The dimensions of being an international winger are, indeed, not as simple as many percieve. Not only do wingers need to create opportunities themselves and do more than simply wait for play to open for them on the wing they also need to tackle. To be an international player a winger needs to, like anybody, have a good technique and be able to take down bigger men. The suggestion that a great attacker can hide on the wing and have his teammates do the tackling for him continues to exist but like there always comes a moment when a winger is tested to see if he can or cannot actually deliver a good tackler when required. Such a moment came to Gonzalo Camacho in the World Cup Quarter Final in Auckland with the All Blacks captain, Richie McCaw. Camacho is a lightweight at 82KG while McCaw is a big player, weighing 106KG. Such a weight difference would, stereotypically, see the winger ran over with the attacking side likely to gain plenty of ground and possibly score a try. It did not work out this way however as not only did Camacho deliver the tackle but he forced the All Blacks captain five metres backwards.