Steward (6), Blamire (79)
Farrell (7), Smith (80)
Farrell (10,17,30,30,49), Smith (72)
England vs Australia International
5:30 p.m. Saturday, November 13th
Owen Farrell returned 17 points to give England a persistent 32:15 win over Australia in the Autumn Nations Series clash at Twickenham on Saturday night.
Man-of-the-match Freddie Steward’s first attempt for England and the kick of Captain Farrell gave the hosts the lead at halftime, but James O’Connor’s four penalties kept the lead only 16:12 despite the Wallabies Tom. put Wright in the box.
Fly-half O’Connor added another shortly after the restart, but Farrell and Marcus Smith kept the home side’s scoreboard going before substitute whore Jamie Blamire sped off to the final game of the game as they extended their winning streak to eight games against Australia.
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Eddie Jones will certainly have enjoyed his homeland too, but ahead of next week’s game against world champions South Africa there were some concerns for the head coach as both Jamie George and Farrell were injured Place had to.
In the second week in a row, England had to make a change to its announced starting number XV, forced by Covid-19, as Ellis Genges positive test saw Bevan Rodd – who was only at the beginning of the Wo che joined the squad after Joe Marler was disfellowshipped for the same reason – handed his first test start.
Jones surprised with the addition of Manu Tuilagi to the wing, despite Farrell’s return after missing a 69-3 win over Tonga due to a false positive Covid-19 test meant the head coach was finally able to try the captain’s 12-10 combination and fly-half Marcus Smith at the start of a game.
Like it Newbie Rodd’s first move of the game saw him pinging an obstacle, allowing James O’Connor to take the Wallabies ahead within the first five minutes, but barely two minutes later, two more England’s new generations combined to bringing the hosts into play front.
The great work of Courtney Lawes and Sam Underhill in setting them up put them in a good position, and then full-back Steward ran an excellent line around to take a patient pass from Harlequin man Smith and cut a gap in defense to drive away for his first international attempt, which was also converted.
Farrell and O’Connor then exchanged two penalties each but Australia saw A man behind in the 28th minute when winger Wright was booked for a dangerous tackle against Jamie George after a strong run by the English hooker.
Farrell took the resulting penalty again, and then it took a fantastic one Defending Nic White to prevent George from scoring a try after the hosts kicked after another offense to knock the ball out of the Saracen man’s grip as it went over the line.
Indeed The home side could not use the time when they had the man advantage, and O’Connor’s fourth penalty of the game just before half-time provided for Australia being just four points behind when the teams went back to the dressing room.
George was then pushed off the pitch at halftime and replaced by Jamie Blamire, and further indiscipline from England allowed the guests to close the gap only one point down after O’Connor scored five out of five with the shoe three minutes into the second half. The Australian defense then had to come to the fore after they hit the ball on a line on the edge of the 22 and tried to prevent Jonny Hill from getting the ball over the line after the second row took possession and went on a rampaging run.
A second yellow card, this time to Angus Bell in propping up the 48th minute after a dangerous duel with Lawes, the Wallabies dropped another 10-minute period to 14 men and Farrell kicked the resulting penalty to Eng country to give some air to breathe.
The captain then looked past the gate in the 54th minute, but when England drew a penalty in the crowd after Australia was full again, the 30-year-old made no mistake – just He hobbled with a left ankle injury from the field 12 minutes before the end, replaced by Max Malins.
Smith took over the kicker task in his absence and made no mistake from 35 meters, eight minutes before the end, to bring England closer to victory Then, just as the clock was ticking after 80 minutes, substitutes Sam Simmonds and Blamire combined to improve the result when the former sent off the later race for his fourth try in as many games – and a little Made history by becoming the first England forward to accomplish such a feat.
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