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England head coach Eddie Jones says after they powered to achieve a World Cup semi-final in 12 years, his side havent hit their best.
Following a strong start from the Wallabies, England stormed into a win using a functionality which prompted his new own players to be compared by Jones samurai.
The very best samurai needed a strategy they could accommodate, he said. They had a calm head but were full of aggression.
We were pretty similar to that today.
Jones added:However, the question is how can we get better because there is always a much better samurai round the corner. We have not played our best
Thegreater samurai round the corner may be three-time champions New Zealand, who will be Englands semi-final opponents after the All Blacks 46-14 victory against Ireland after on Saturday.
England appeared threatened when faced by the Wallabies, but recovered to lead 17-9 at half-time thanks .
Their edge was cut down to one after a brilliant solo score from Marika Koroibete, however, tries from Anthony Watson along with Kyle Sinckler and the win was sealed by 20 points from the boot of Owen Farrell.
The only stressing sight for England fans was May pulling up just before full-time, seemingly because of pain in his leg, but Jones said it had been atwinge and the wingshould be nice.
England dealt well so much documenting their biggest winning margin in a World Cup knockout game.
There were stand-out performances in the forwards pack of England, together with Jones particularly praising the row.
After teaming up to carry on David Pocock and Wallabies Michael Hooper, tom Curry was named man of the game.
But Jones spared his plaudits later not participate in training last week due to an ankle injury for number eight Billy Vunipola, who performed 80 minutes.
The campaign from Billy, given he has only done a few coaching sessions, was outstanding, Jones stated.
Maybe it is helped him having his wife here, so were definitely going to make certain his wife remains next week.
The lack of George Ford in the starting XV was the talking point after the group statement on Thursday, with all the.
Rather, captain Owen Farrell began together with Henry Slade and Manu Tuilagi the centers, at 10.
The option to include Slade, who had not played more than a half of rugby in five weeks due to a knee injury, appeared to be warranted when the Exeter ago placed a kick to install Mays next attempt.
Ford came off the bench from the 61st minute and the Australian stated his performance wasspectacular.
Were delighted with the choice, Jones added. Slade did a wonderful job and Ford arrived and filled his job beautifully.
I didnt fall Ford, I changed his role and it was brilliant. Are we currently vindicated? Were glad he played his job well. Modern rugby is a match that is 23-man.
Whether he plays with 10 next week, then we are not sure.
England captain Owen Farrell:I believed Australia made that a fantastic game. They assaulted throughout but that our boys did well in defence and managed to find any field position off the rear of it. We know when we have field place we can be quite dangerous.
We did what was wanted. We had the lead and Australia threw everything at us . We wanted to play the game and we did that in the second half.
England scrum-half Ben Youngs:Australia play how that they play, you know theyll throw it about and they brought us difficulties.
We stuck in there, the first vital point was in the second half on the lineup when we pushed them back, pushed them back. We were likely cruising in 2nd gear in these first few matches, but we went through the gears now.
England centre Henry Slade:There have been just a couple of sticky periods either side of the half-time however the heart the boys showed then was enormous. The way we dug our heels and then proceeded on is a sign for the boys.
It was a really good performance and result, we could rest up today, watch the other three games and prepare for the semi-finals.
Former England centre Mike Tindall: Well played England, been asking for a performance which renders the fanswe could win this! Believe that was close!
Former England hooker Brian Moore: Really good performance by England. Aspects of this triumph were that the decision-making and sport direction – spot on.
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