England scored six tries in a 44-8 win over France at Twickenham in the Guinness Six Nations to secure a second consecutive bonus point win. Here's the best of how social media reacted.
The day got off to a great start for England with the Red Roses securing a 41-26 win over France for their second win in the Six Nations. Wing Jess Breach scored two and was named Sky Sports' player-of-the-match.
Pride of North Tyneside, Sarah Hunter, proudly leading England’s Red Roses onto the field, hand in hand with her niece and one of today’s mascots, Isabella. Good luck England! pic.twitter.com/E2C9Lzr8bk— Mary Glindon (@GlindonMary) February 10, 2019
England scrum half Leanne Riley had someone special to dedicate the game to.
England fans were looking forward to Le Crunch.
As was actor Neil Stuke.
Maro Itoje was ruled out of the game with injury but was behind his team mates all the way.
Let’s go @EnglandRugby !!— Maro Itoje (@maroitoje) February 10, 2019
HRH Prince Harry also took his seat ahead of the action to cheer England on
Go Jonny, go, go go
England were once again quick out of the blocks with Jonny May scoring in the opening moments of the game and completing his hat trick before half-time.
TRY! 66 seconds and May finishes off a great break from Daly pic.twitter.com/L7bKlewdGX— ITV Rugby (@ITVRugby) February 10, 2019
And May was also voted man-of-the-match by England rugby fans after an impressive performance as England scored six tries to secure the win.
In amongst the tries, there was also a debut for this man.
There was plenty of praise from fans, the media and the rugby community for England's impressive display.
Jonny May again. Tom Curry again. Mark Wilson again. England again. Biggest win against France for over 100 years. They need a Joe Schmidt. pic.twitter.com/vGeSpKs3VG— Nick Mullins (@andNickMullins) February 10, 2019
Praise came from two former Welsh legends, as attention now turns to the clash with Wales in Cardiff on 23 February.
Well I’m going to say it. With 20 minutes to go @EnglandRugby have been brilliant again today.— Scott Quinnell (@ScottQuinnell) February 10, 2019
Tom Curry 20yr old... looks some player....— Martyn Williams (@martynewilliams) February 10, 2019
It was a good weekend for all the England teams in action against France.
A hat-trick of #LeCrunch wins for England...— BBC 5 Live Sport (@5liveSport) February 10, 2019
England U20s 31-19 France U20s
England Women 41-26 France Women
England 44-8 France
What a weekend for @EnglandRugby! #ENGvFRA #SixNations #WomensSixNations pic.twitter.com/R0ciLejXMV
Steady on Joe. Let's take it one game at a time.
“it’s still coming home.........” @EnglandRugby— Joe Marler (@JoeMarler) February 10, 2019
The table after round two looks good for England.
As always your support means so much to the players and the team.