France blown away by England's first-half display - Guirado

England 44 - 8 France: Jones’ men sets sights on ‘greatest’ Welsh side

The Duke of Sussex watched England triumph over France in the Six Nations tournament on Sunday at Twickenham Stadium in London.

Jones, who highlighted the astute tactical kicking of England captain Owen Farrell and full-back Elliot Daly, added: "Your kicks are only as good as your chases".

"Trying to raise the bar after last week was the challenge, but we came out and definitely played some good rugby today", he told ITV. "Preparation starts on Wednesday". We let France in during the second half but that only shows what a world-class side they are.

"You know you're playing against a Warren Gatland side".

"He's been at the top of the tree in European rugby for the last 15 years, through his club and country and the (British and Irish) Lions", the Australian added.

"It's tough but we need to work very hard to come back". They contest hard at the breakdown. But if you're [sic] only following someone on here just to criticise them maybe you should have a long look in the mirror and start criticising yourself. 'Hopefully we'll go under the radar.

England beat France 44-8 following a dominant performance which saw the home side lead 30-8 at the end of the first half. Even though we didn't score as many points, our focus and our discipline to keep France scoreless was outstanding. Two rounds in, we have had something rather different: probably the most one-sided Six Nations Championship opening of all time. "There's always space, because you've only got 15 players", Jones added.

"I'm very disappointed of course, especially in our first half" said Brunel following France's 10th loss in 13 Tests.

It did not take for long for England to break the deadlock however, Jess Breach touching down in the 11th minute after collecting a pinpoint cross-field kick from fly-half Katy Daley-Mclean, whose conversion made her the first English woman to pass the landmark of 500 global points.

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