England, after their initial defeat against Scotland (17–20), escaped any false note against an Italian XV unable to respond to the English physical challenge (33–0), at the end of the second day in Rome on Sunday. Resurrected. Six Nations Tournament.
With this bonus win (five attempts), XV la Rose ensured the minimum against defeating Azzurri for the 34th time in a row in the tournament.
England, with their young opener Marcus Smith (10th) on track in the tournament’s second attempt in two games, relied on their pack to pick up quickly (21–0 at the break).
Jamie George, installed as hooker in place of Luke Cowan-Dickie, convicted during the fault in Scotland, notably distinguished himself with two attempts: the first (20th) at the conclusion of a charge from forward under positions. , winger by flattening into a corner after an action produced by the ball introduced by Italian scrum half Stephen Varney (40th) like the second one.
The Italian Under-20s victory against their English counterparts on Friday was not enough to give wings to the young Azzurri, who won in front of his line apart from a scandal which was almost celebrated as an attempt by the Stadia Olimpio, during which The victim spent half far away from the goal of the English.
It was not until the British, with their bonus in their pocket, gained from the restart with a fourth attempt signed on Elliot Daly (45th), to see Rose lose the momentum in XV. and leaves more space.
Paulo Garbisi and his men will take part in it, but without managing to save the honor, despite several good incursions. This is the first time in two years that the Italians have finished a ‘Fanny’ match.
Without a shine, England bounced back to accelerate their breakthrough in the last ten minutes thanks to Kyle Sinkler (73rd).
Ben Youngs, who entered the second half, took the opportunity to equal England’s cap record by joining Jason Leonard’s 114 caps.
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