England ended the Six Nations Grand Slam of Ireland, maintaining their own championship ambitions, with a stunning 24-5 victory at Twickenham, giving their most energetic performances so far in the tournament.
Eddie Jones described England’s Thursday training session as a sign that they are not only coming back to the levels they had reached in the Rugby World Cup but are ready to overcome them, which compared a smile in the Irish Sea Increased more.
But Australian terms were more obscure than first-half performances of the highest calibre, with England crying from a 17–0 lead, enabling them to control a three-round encounter.
In the first half tries, George Ford and Elliot Daly punished the crooked Irish errors. They gave the hosts a comfortable half-time advantage, with Ireland scoring a terrific 40 minutes in which head coach Andy Farrell would not be impressed – back In the stadium where he graces both the pitch and the coach’s box as one of his own.
But Ireland managed to make a comeback at the start of the second half with an effort from centre Robbie Henshaw, giving them the impression that they could not meet in the opening verse. In the end, the competition came to life, and with only 12 points between the teams, the next score would prove crucial.
It was precise as he sucked the Irish comeback sail into the air, with replacement Luke Cowan-Dickey guaranteeing a 13-man driving maul to a home win for all but halfway through The remaining 18 minutes will be guaranteed. Essentially decide by how many.
In the end, it was proved by 12 points as replacement eighth-placed Andrew Porter picked up a deserved consolation from close range in the final minute, with the chances of bonus points evaporating long after the visitors lost.
And while the victory marked England’s second consecutive win, to keep alive their six-nation championship hopes, perhaps the most significant thing was that their third consecutive win over the Irish would show that they could find their number in this rivalry Can.
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