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How social media reacted to England 39-10 Argentina

How social media reacted to England 39-10 Argentina

Job done for England as they convincingly beat 14-man Argentina to seal a spot in the World Cup quarter-finals.

England led 15-3 at the break through scores from Jonny May, Elliot Daly and Ben Youngs, while Argentina lost Tomas Lavanini to a red card midway through the half.

A second-half score from George Ford sealed the bonus point and although Argentina crossed via Matias Moroni, late tries from Exeter Chiefs duo Jack Nowell and Luke Cowan-Dickie settled a comfortable victory.

And the rugby world reacted to the Red Rose’s triumph on social media, so we’ve collated the best bits.

Jack Nowell had a very special fan in attendance to watch his try-scoring exploits on return from injury:

Nowell’s Exeter team-mate Luke Cowan-Dickie has something of a knack for scoring international tries, rarely seen in a hooker:

Leicester Tigers salute their stars’ role in the Red Rose victory:

Owen Farrell seemed to enjoy England’s triumph:

Former England women’s star Maggie Alphonsi gave her assessment of the game:

In a different timeline, England cricket star Stuart Broad was starting at No.10 instead of George Ford against Argentina:

Andy Goode is revelling in England’s turnaround over the past four years:

Lewis Ludlam was a bolter to Eddie Jones’s squad but has become a key cog in the England machine – something the Northampton Saints flanker is relishing:

 

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Love being part of this team #rugby

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And Kyle Sinckler is also revelling in the Japanese experience:

 

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The boys and fans showed their class today! Felt like a home match. On to the next one 🌹👊🏾 #RWC2019

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