Rugby World Cup: England player ratings vs Argentina

England eventually become the first team to progress to the World Cup.
You will find six tries scored in the 39-10 success, but which players stood out? Read our participant evaluations below and vote for the man of the game…
15. Elliot Daly: Enormous threat from the channels that are wide where Argentina struggled to contain his speed and ambition. 8 (out of 10)
14. Anthony Watson: Launched explosively with a set of conveys but the game progressively drifted far from him. 8
13. Manu Tuilagi: A run which demonstrated why he is important to England and sucked in a number of defenders set George Fords try up. 8
12. Owen Farrell: Looked to make things happen but it was Ford who took centre stage. Poor from the tee. 6
11. Jonny May a few because he slithered via half-gaps and chased every kick down. Deserved his try. 8
10. George Ford: that he had been the architect-in-chief of the downfall of Argentina and the fly-half of Leicester has hit a rich vein of form. 8
9. Ben Youngs Englands most restricted rear, Youngs produced a change that was clean and grabbed a well-taken try. 7
1. Joe Marler: A actual force in close quarters by which his power in the tackle and ruck clearing are a feature. 7
2. Jamie George: Always at the eye of this storm as England sought to subdue Argentina. 7
3. Kyle Sinckler: Yet to place the World Cup ablaze has been outstanding. 8
4. Maro Itoje: A thorn in the side of Argentina was never far from the thick of the activity and during. 8
5. George Kruis Tomas Lavanini had been disregarded, his occupation became easier. Strong change. 7
6. Tom Curry: Put in a quality look free of 8 after Billy Vunipola had limped away and is such a few. Man of the game. 8
7. Sam Underhill: Created for Test rugby and will surely continue to operate with Curry in accordance. 8
8. Billy Vunipola: Englands star is a concerns sight. 7
20. Lewis Ludlam: continues to reveal what a find hes as he attracted power into England, and there have been long awaited comebacks for Jack Nowell along with Mako Vunipola. 8

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