England batter France 6 Nations!
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England simply battered France at Twickenham on Sunday to make it two Six Nations wins from as many matches, boosting their chances of regaining the crown in the process.
Eddie Jones’ side raced out of the blocks when Jonny May scored the first try of the game inside the second minute.
And May soon had a hat-trick before half-time as the Lions blew the opposition away.
It was simply sublime from England and, with the World Cup creeping closer, another warning to their rivals that this year could be their year.
Ireland and New Zealand are the two favourites to lift the trophy in Japan when the tournament kicks off in September.
But England should now be right up there with them.
Last Saturday, Jones’ men were at their blockbuster best when they put Ireland to the sword at the Arriva in Dublin.
May and Slade were again on target. And Farrell was deadly with his boot, racking up 12 points on his own.