OSAKA, 24 Sep - Tonga flanker Zane Kapeli will celebrate his 27th birthday on Saturday - the day they take on Argentina in Hanazono - sure in the knowledge that a lot more people are aware of him now than they were a week ago.
That is thanks to one shuddering moment in England's 35-3 victory over the Pacific Islanders in their opening Rugby World Cup 2019 match on Sunday.
It came after 12 minutes when England number eight Billy Vunipola, so often an inflicter of pain on opponents, received the ball and looked to make one of his trademark powerful bursts against the team once captained by his father and uncle.
Instead, he was flattened by the on-rushing Zapeli. The hit was such that it caused gasps all around the stadium and has already led to the player being given a new nickname, 'Zane the Train'.
It was the first thing Kapeli - one of those told by head coach Toutai Kefu (AUS) to "get into Billy’s face and smash him" - was asked about by reporters after the game.
"I just saw him running at me, put my head down and hoped," he said. "I've not seen the footage yet, but the boys gave me a pat on the back and I was just trying to ice my shoulder.
"What’s Newton’s Law? Every action has an equal and opposite reaction?
"He is a massive ball-carrier, but I don't think there were many arms in my tackle. It was marginal, I would say."
But Tonga were the side awarded a penalty from which Sonatane Takulua kicked what would prove to be their only points.
Kapeli, at 1.89m and 130kg, marginally taller and heavier than Vunipola, plays for Bay of Plenty in New Zealand, but has also worked as a builder and is a former rugby league player. He was making his Rugby World Cup debut.
"I have been looking forward to this for a long time," he added. "It's the biggest stage we have and I'm pinching myself that I got the chance to put the jersey on."