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Reporting from Twickenham in England, Ben Coles rounds up the latest news and looks at the weekend’s action at the Rugby World Cup…
England became the first host nation to exit the Rugby World Cup at the group stage because they tried to copy the All Blacks’ style of play.
Romania head coach Lynn Howells has made seven changes to his starting line-up for Tuesday’s Pool D clash with Canada in Leicester.
Stuart Lancaster faces an anxious wait after England’s catastrophic failure in their own Rugby World Cup.
Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw feels Springbok wing JP Pietersen should have received a yellow card for a dangerous tackle on Tim Swinson in Saturday’s Pool B clash in Newcastle.
RFU Chief Executive Ian Ritchie has confirmed there will be no hasty reaction to England’s exit from the Rugby World Cup.
England flanker Tom Wood apologised to their rugby public after the host nation were knocked out of the World Cup following defeat to Australia.
Australia hero Bernard Foley praised his team after they stunned England 33-13 at Twickenham to knock the hosts out of the World Cup.
Michael Cheika spoke about Australia’s determination to win at Twickenham after their resounding victory over England.
England head coach Stuart Lancaster and captain Chris Robshaw apologised to the nation after they were knocked out of the Rugby World Cup.