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27 October 2019 00:31

Wales v England August 2019 England Rugby World Cup

If there was one moment that summed up this glorious England performance – and there were many choose from – it was arguably when George Ford, England's diminutive fly-half, ripped the ball off New Zealand tighthead Nepo Laulala in the fourth minute. The selection of Ford for this match had raised questions, just as his demotion had ahead of the Australia quarter-final last weekend. On both occasions, Eddie Jones's selection proved to be absolutely spot on. The Australian may know what he is doing after all.​ The 10-12-13 axis has been the biggest area of debate for England in this World Cup. Ford and Owen Farrell had worked all right in the pool stages but Farrell's body language was not the...

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George Ford quick to stamp authority on rearranged England midfield at centre of famous victory over New Zealand