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Jack Willis deserves it, he has fought hard and is playing well. He put in a great shift and we are happy to play with him. ”1676224841Ollie Lawrence reaction“It is important for us to take a big step. It was my job to make sure we got over the gainline, ” he told ITV. “I thought we took a massive stride forward after last week.
Live updates1676225285The final word from Standard Sport’s rugby correspondent Nick Purewal at Twickenham... 1676225009Steve Borthwick reaction“I think we took some steps forward today, it’s an important thing to recognise, ” England’s head coach said after his first win in charge. “Ultimately we left some chances out there, our ball speed could have been quicker and we conceded a few we didn’t want to. “Ideally we would want our ruck speed to be a bit quicker. The nature of the game tactically, when you watch what Italy do they are a real dangerous threat.
REUTERSOwen Farrell (c) 7Back in his rightful and most comfortable position and even if somewhat within himself, this was a fine showing. Jack van Poortvliet 7Keeps England ticking over and is definitely the man to capitalise on the side’s new-found quick ball. 1676224193Nick Purewal’s match reportSteve Borthwick is cuter than he looks, on the strength of the kidology before this 31-14 win over Italy that kick-started England’s new era, writes Nick Purewal at Twickenham. The new England head coach insisted the Red Rose side he inherited from the sacked Eddie Jones were also-rans in both the scrum and maul. And yet, here England were, getting back to winning ways – and scoring four of their five tries from tight-five dominance.
Alex Dombrandt 7Still looks slightly short of full zip, but some nice touches. 1676224289England player ratingsBacksFreddie Steward 7Solid enough at the back without ever having the chance to cut loose. Max Malins 7Denied an assist through a stunning dummy after infringement elsewhere, but was composed throughout. Henry Slade 8The Exeter centre just oozes confidence and offers comfort to any backline with his ability to man the playmaking tiller. Ollie Lawrence 9A blockbusting showing from the Bath centre who has proved himself the man in the middle for the 12 shirt for England. Ollie Hassell-Collins 6Struggled to impose himself and has yet to show what he can do at Test level.
A resurgent Italy put the scrum and maul squeeze on defending Six Nations champions France last weekend, with Les Bleus boasting one of the meanest packs in the tournament. Borthwick’s new-look England were in no mood to mess around at Twickenham after last weekend’s 29-23 reverse to Scotland. Click here to read the report in fullGetty Images1676226899Full-timeEngland 31-14 ItalyThe first win of the Steve Borthwick era! Improved second half from the Azzurri, but England were mostly dominant and absolutely bossed the first half.
1676224351England player ratingsForwardsEllis Genge 8Another big showing from the vice-captain who squeezed Italy in all the most painful places. Jamie George 8Capped a smart showing with a try as England dominated up front. Kyle Sinckler 8Big scrummaging effort from Bristol’s ex-Harlequins tighthead. Maro Itoje 7Still not quite at his own best, but that admittedly is a ridiculously high ceiling. Action Images via ReutersOllie Chessum 8The tighthead lock England have craved for years. The Lincolnshire lad has a major Test future ahead. Lewis Ludlam 8Relentless showing from the Northampton man who is growing back into the blindside role. Jack Willis 9A peerless display of openside flank power, and England’s No 7 for some time to come.
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England vs Italy: Six Nations 2023 - LIVE! The Six Nations continued at Twickenham this afternoon as Steve Borthwick got his first win in the final match of an electric round two. Eddie Jones’ successor as England head coach endured a disappointing debut on home soil last weekend, with the Calcutta Cup lost for the third year in a row thanks to Duhan van der Merwe’s heroics in a thrilling 29-23 triumph for Scotland.
We’re rebuilding as a team. We’re nowhere near the finished product but we believe in where we’re going as a team. “I try to carry hard and keep my head down. I relaxed and did what I had to do. Steve’s pushed me to get better. ”1676224489England player ratingsReplacementsJack Walker (for George, 73’) 7Kept things tidy in a short cameo for his Test debut. Mako Vunipola (for Genge, 54’) 7Put himself about and clung on through a wobbly stint in the second half.
Dan Cole (for Sinckler, 49’) 7Kept up the scrum power but looked slightly leggy around the field. Nick Isiekwe (for Dombrandt, 65’) 7Solid enough effort at the death. Ben Earl (for Willis, 52’) 7Showed up well but still has not been able to transfer Saracens form to the England side. Getty ImagesAlex Mitchell (for Van Poortvliet, 59’) 8A good cameo from the Northampton scrum-half. Marcus Smith (for Slade, 72) 7Saw the game out well for England. Henry Arundell (for Hassell-Collins, 54’) 8Took his try with total calm amid an effortless finish.
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“I think you saw some players off the bench play well, Alex Mitchell and Henry Arundell combined, that was a positive. We pick a team for how we want to play against specific opposition. ”PA1676224907Owen Farrell reaction“I think in terms of the performance it felt better than last week, ” the England captain told ITV. “A step forward as it would be a week on in our new journey. It is a step in the right direction. “We are trying to learn how the new journey wants us to play. We are starting off fighting for 80 minutes, fighting for each other and building relationships between each other. “It’s testament to those players coming back but it’s only because they deserve it.