England 45-7 USA: England run in seven tries against USA

England vs USA
World Cup
11:45am Thursday 26th September

England claimed their second triumph of their Rugby World Cup from Kobe Misaki Stadium’s sweltering humidity.
England’s forwards totally dominated their USA counterparts, however, it was an underwhelming initial half from Eddie Jones’ side, despite scoring three tries using George Ford, Billy Vunipola along with Luke Cowan-Dickie moving over.
While Lewis Ludlam and Ruaridh McConnochie went over in the second half, joe Cokanasiga claimed their fourth attempt.
The USA were down to 14 men after John Quill was red-carded for a shoulder barge into Owen Farrell’s head at the 69th minute.
With Cokanasiga asserting his moment Regardless of the advantage, England could only afford one more attempt, however it was the USA who had the last say with Bryce Campbell going over.
England so were ahead after just five minutes, and powered out the cubes using Piers Francis placing the scene using a big hit. Ford went under the posts after a big Billy Vunipola carry started several phases, with space launching for England’s captain to canter over.
England were accountable for rushing on, although ford had said that patience has been the key to grinding down the USA and, despite 70 percent ownership and 80 per cent territory, were let done by ailing area and unforced mistakes.
Their second try arrived on the 25th minute when Billy Vunipola went over from a lineout drive that was converted by Ford for a 14-0 lead.
USA’s scrum was under pressure that is massive when they lost loosehead prop David Ainu’u early to injury, and their third was claimed by England later yet another scrum penalty. Ford picked for the corner and the USA had no response to England’s driving maul with hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie coming up with the ball.
England ought to have had their fourth with the half coming to an end, just with the line to knock-on for Cokanasiga.
As England added rhythm and precision to their power game the high tempo materialised at the next.
Cokanasiga did get the bonus-point try in the 47th minute following palms from Kyle Sinckler and then some magical feet to shoot him inches from the line. At 24-0, England were in control although ford could not add the conversion.
With humidity and the warmth draining the legs, more distance were opening up and Ruaridh McConnochie went for his first England try after some large carries.
Ludlam was the beneficiary of a Farrell-Ford mix to create the overlap from wide, giving the flanker reward for a good screen.
Quill became the first player to be shipped off following a cheap shot, led in Farrell’s head, but England could just add their tally and one more attempt.
The USA grabbed a late consolation score to return 45-7 although cokanasiga went over for his second try to complete the rout.

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