- England defeat Samoa 48-14 at Twickenham
- Jones urges England to create history
- Slade believes hard work is paying off
England defeated Samoa 48-14 at Twickenham to seal a clean sweep in the 2017 Old Mutual Wealth Series.
Here's how social media reacted to England's ninth win out of 10 in 2017:
Referee Nigel Owen's supported Stonewall's rainbow laces campaign on the touchline at Twickenham.
Got my rainbow laces ready to run touch for #EngvSam. All one should expect is to be treated the same. No better no worse, just the same no matter who you are. Inclusivity in rugby. @stonewalluk’s #RainbowLaces campaign! @UnderArmourUK pic.twitter.com/f3YkCrlHcq— Nigel Owens MBE (@Nigelrefowens) November 25, 2017
Red Roses full back Danielle Waterman showed her support ahead of the double header at Twickenham.
A fan had their first Twickenham experience.
Joe Sugg was in attendance at HQ.
David Flatman had his feet up behind the scenes during the match.
The Twickenham experience x pic.twitter.com/aUhSrbXLAF— David Flatman (@davidflatman) November 25, 2017
Former England centre Will Greenwood reflected on a great year for England.
Formerly of Made in Chelsea, Spencer Matthews was impressed with England's performance all the way from Phuket.
Just watched the game here in a tiny bar in Phuket... What a special England side we have at the moment.. @EnglandRugby Hats off boys!!— Spencer Matthews (@SpencerMatthews) November 25, 2017
Both sets of players showed great sportsmanship after the game.
Charlie Ewels was happy to cross the whitewash along with his Bath teammate Semesa Rokoduguni.
While Jack Whitehall practised lineouts with his mates outside the stadium.
Here's how the action unfolded:
England took the lead in the second minute thanks to Mike Brown's 11th Test try.
Saracens back Alex Lozowski went over seven minutes later for his first international try following good work from Elliot Daly and Jamie George.
After Ewels also crossed in the 29th minute, England went in at the break 22-7 ahead.
Daly extended his side's lead in the 61st minute with a clinical finish.
And Slade sliced through the Samoan defence nine minutes later for his second international try.
Daly went over for his second of the day with a marvellous 50m run from the halfway line.
Rokoduguni also went over the closing stages to give England a 48-14 win and a clean sweep of the Old Mutual Wealth Series.
Both players showed a huge amount of respect for each other after the game.