World News – AU – Wales 13-24 England: Player ratings from Autumn Nations Cup


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Sam Underhill is the driving force behind England’s victory as Samson Lee and the Wales scrum are horribly exposed

Leigh Halfpenny dropped the first high kick he got in his way and wasn’t great from the tee, but never shies away from the challenge. 6/10

Josh Adams Fierce competitor in the air but no opportunity to repeat his 2019 performance. I didn’t get a chance to straighten his legs. 5

Nick Tompkins has missed a tackle but by and large brings a reliability to Wales’ defense that has been improved over the years at Saracens. 6

Johnny Williams represented England in the age group and played with a point to be proven. Tried well and thundered in one-offs. 8

Louis Rees-Zammit slid past Watson almost to the left and then challenged the English wing in what looked like an attempt in his corner. 6

Dan Biggar Usually competitive. He stormed towards Slade and stepped forward for William’s attempt. Troops gathered to hold Wales with a touch. 7

Lloyd Williams His first start in four years and a bit off the pace. Caught when the ball was at one point out of the jerk. 5

Wyn Jones voted primarily to add momentum to the crowd, but Wales took a clear second place. A penalty was given for the collapse. 5

Ryan Elias had a lot of meaty tackles and ran a solid lineup. A panic blow coughed out, however. Low impact. 5

Samson Lee fought badly in the crowd and was replaced just minutes after the start of the second half. No loose impact either. 4

Jake Ball carried hard and got through a lot of work. Always rolls up your sleeves, but meets impressive opponents. 6

Alun Wyn Jones (Capt) a 22nd. Play in a row against England for the captain who kept his side in the fight when the visitors possibly got along. 7

Shane Lewis-Hughes part of a new series with Tipuric and Navidi among those absent but got stuck and did his share of tackles. 6

James Botham Beefy named himself some of the goals he scored by nature and by nature – one on Vunipola echoed through the empty stadium. Shining future. 7

Taulupe Faletau Such a classy operator and so often makes the extra court with his footwork. Enjoyed the duel with old friend Billy Vunipola. 7

SPARE PARTS Elliot Dee (for Elias, 48) fought for impact 5; Rhys Carré (for Jones, 70) n / a; Tomas Francis (for Lee, 43) involved in Afters 6; Will Rowlands (for Ball, 48) rolled up his sleeves 6; Aaron Wainwright (for Lewis-Hughes, 55) 5; Rhys Webb (for L Williams, 48) looked safer 6; Callum Sheedy (for Halfpenny, 67) 6; Owen Watkin (for Tompkins, 74) n / a

Elliot Daly jinked a couple of times in midfield but was fired from the air in the second half. Took a bang on his left foot but kept going. 7/10

Jonathan Joseph managed to find a little more leeway with England in the first half but was unable to slip on the leash. 6

Henry Slade was charged with attempted opening but made amends by completing England’s first full score. Well tied up for the main part. 6

Owen Farrell (capt) missed the first two kicks on goal and took some time to get used to playing again at 12. Wasn’t at his best this fall. 7

Jonny May No fireworks, but showed the less glamorous side of his game. Well defended – especially under the high ball – worked hard. 6

George Ford Another suggestion from Fly-Half. Occasionally ran with it and put more width on the ball. Pedaling wasn’t that great though. 6

Ben Young’s a few idiosyncratic kicks, but he offered clubmates Ford decent service and seemed more than sniffing at Ireland. 7

Mako Vunipola responded excellently to losing his place at the beginning of the year. Scored at close range and emptied the tank. 8

Jamie George One of the more audible voices on the field and you can’t fault his lineout throw. Tough tackler who sets the tone. 8

Kyle Sinckler’s opponents did their best to get under their skin, but kept his composure and scratched well. An attempt by Halfpenny was refused. 7

Maro Itoje showed soft hands to reveal Underhill and character during England’s sticky spell in the first half. Has given away a stupid punishment. 7

Joe Launchbury A hard work. I enjoyed pulling Alun Wyn Jones back a few feet, not so much the patronizing knock on the head. 6

Tom Curry had important sales and a willing freight forwarder just before halftime. Came for an HIA and didn’t come back. . 7

Sam Underhill is an impressive feat that comes in with both the ball in hand and his usual defensive feat. 9

Billy Vunipola England’s best tackler and also made the most meters. Looks in great shape and improves the more regularly he plays. 8

SPARE PARTS Luke Cowan-Dickie (for George, 67) 6; Ellis Genge (for M Vunipola, 67) Embroiled in Flare with Francis 6; Will Stuart (for Sinckler, 73) n / a; Jonny Hill (for Launchbury, 67) 6; Ben Earl (for Underhill, 74) n / a; Jack Willis (for Curry, 61) Brand sales 7; Dan Robson (for Youngs, 77) n / a; Anthony Watson (for Joseph, 52) scored almost 7

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