England produced their best display of the tournament to beat Scotland 61-21 at Twickenham and retain the RBS 6 Nations trophy with a game to go. Here's how social media reacted.
The big worry for England was the fitness of Owen Farrell. Luckily he was fit, but if not there was an offer from a former international.
Hey Eddie is Owen Farrell fit for @EnglandRugby? I'm here at Twickenham and have my boots in the car!— Andy Goode (@AndyGoode10) March 11, 2017
The day had begun in spectacular fashion over at Twickenham Stoop as the Red Roses beat Scotland 64-0. Kay Wilson set a new record by scoring an incredible seven tries.
Magnificent 7️⃣— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) March 11, 2017
Kay Wilson scores her seventh try of the match. https://t.co/t9MxOP1G3G
And here's the girls enjoying a post-match refreshment.
Back at Twickenham, these guys were in town.
As was Prince Harry.
Superman took a break to tune in from Canada.
The Rock got in on the pre-game chat.
Hask was pleased to see this man back.
And it was a special day for Joe Marler.
In game intensity
Former England centre Will Greenwood was impressed with the blistering start England made.
Huge Intensity! @EnglandRugby of #2016 have shown up here...— Will Greenwood (@WillGreenwood) March 11, 2017
Jonathan Joseph was at the forefront of England's attack as he scored a hat trick of tries.
James Haskell hit an impressive milestone.
England scored a record number of points in a Calcutta Cup game to secure the RBS 6 Nations trophy.
CHAMPIONS— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) March 11, 2017
It's FT at Twickenham and England have beaten Scotland to win the 2017 RBS 6 Nations pic.twitter.com/BElRBtBAf0
RBS 6 Nations Champions
Captain Dylan Hartley lifted the Calcutta Cup.
And England have now equalled a world record of 18 consecutive wins along with New Zealand.
Good news from the U20s too.
All eyes now turn to Dublin and England's pursuit of a second consecutive Grand Slam.