Another easy win for England at World Cup

Another easy win for England at World Cup

Another easy win for England at World Cup

It was a tough afternoon for the United States of America as England ran in six tries before they were reduced to 14 men.

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England winger McConnochie was having a quiet night but the Olympic rugby sevens silver medallist showed his sense of timing just before the hour mark, taking a pass at full pelt and bundling over for his first worldwide try in the 15-aside game.

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Along with South Africa, Eddie Jones' men are the bookmakers' favorites to topple New Zealand and did their prospects no harm at all by beating Tonga 35-3 in their opening game on Sunday.

The personnel will seemingly be supplied early this week so return then to search out out who has made the XV.

While it was a positive start to the tournament, it extended an unwanted record for Namibia, which has now played 20 games at the Rugby World Cup without a win.

Manu Tuilagi scored two tries and Jamie George and Luke Cowan-Dickie had one each, the latter securing a bonus point.

Bigger challenges await in Pool C against Argentina and France but England go into them with maximum points and momentum. A defensively resolute first-half showing from the Eagles meant that England had to wait until the second half to get the bonus point, but once they had it, it was mostly one-way traffic. "Our reaction is going to define us".

In a tournament where officials have been criticised for failing to implement World Rugby's directive on unsafe tackles, Australian referee Nic Berry, after consulting the television match official, dismissed Quill for a late hit on Farrell. "We're not better than England but we're a better rugby team than that".

"You need to match fire with fire. Not as good as England but we're better than that". "We've got massive respect for them-they're not World Cup contenders for nothing".

Eddie Jones insists England are ready to be dragged out of their comfort zone when they seek to build World Cup momentum against the US on Thursday. "The percentage of time you need to be in the yellow jersey is the time that it counts, not when it doesn't count".

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Live streams will also be available via Apple and Android devices, as well as Amazon Fire TV and Roku. "It's been a tough (past) four years". "The older guys can probably put a cap on the excitement and be a bit more level-headed, and you can use the youth to be exuberant and just play without fear".

England initially suffered from the reduced training program by trailing 15-10 at half-time at Twickenham before coming alive in the second half and Jones understands the pitfalls of a frantic schedule.

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