England boss Jones ready for 'greatest Welsh side ever' after France rout

England boss Jones ready for 'greatest Welsh side ever' after France rout

England boss Jones ready for 'greatest Welsh side ever' after France rout

And they meet next.

France's preparation for their Six Nations clash against England failed to include the most basic elements of high level rugby, complained scrumhalf Morgan Parra following his side's 44-8 thrashing at Twickenham on Sunday.

Vunipola was man of the match against Ireland on the opening weekend, delivering an impressive performance in England's comprehensive win.

"We are playing the greatest Welsh side ever".

But tries from substitute Botterman and O'Donnell effectively put the result beyond doubt and late scores from Bourdon and Menager were little consolation for the well-beaten visitors.

Jones has spectacularly arrested the decline in England's fortunes, which saw them surrender their Six Nations title limply past year and then lose a Test series in South Africa.

France head coach Jacques Brunel said: "Obviously I'm very, very disappointed".

"We were under pressure throughout the game".

England were not done before half-time, when McKenna's superb line break set up Breach for her second as she dived over in the corner as the bonus-point was secured before the break.

May's hat-trick, started by a score after 67 seconds, took his hot streak to a remarkable 12 tries in 12 games over the last 12 months.

May scored England's first try after just 64 seconds, the third straight match he's scored in the first two minutes.

Jones added: "Jonny May's like when you go to the park and you see someone with a tennis ball and they throw it, the dog runs 100mph and chases it and brings it back. He does that pretty well".

Lawes' eye-catching stop of Mathieu Bastareaud certainly shook up the crowd but he also made a tackle break on a carry, only Kyle Sinckler with two managed more for England. "France being torn apart by England". England bashed at the defense and Farrell passed out left to May, who stepped opposite Damian Penaud and was over.

As the half hour mark was approaching England stepped up the accelerator with May diving over in the 24th minute and five minutes later May grabbed a grubber kick from Chris Ashton to complete a hat-trick as Eddie Jones' side stretched their lead to 23-3. Starting with U8s tag rugby!

England's Owen Farrell celebrates scoring their sixth try against France at Twickenham Stadium, London February 10, 2019.

They stretched that with a penalty try after Gael Fickou dragged down Ashton as he bore down on another kick through by Slade and Farrell added the sixth, chasing his own kick after he took a quick tap and go on the halfway line.

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