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England’s Freddie Stewart scored his team’s first try

Under Eddie Jones, England extended their winning streak to eight games, but had to dig deep for a 32-15 victory at Twickenham. Sky Sports Rugby evaluates the performance of England players

Freddie Steward: 8/10

Only four matches in his international career, but played like an experienced enthusiast.

Petitioner: 7

He started on the wing exposed on the high ball, but often appeared at crosses.

Henry Slate: 7

He appeared frequently in the backfield and influenced a win.

Owen Farrell: 7

England's Owen Farrell successfully shot from the penalty spot

England’s Owen Farrell successfully shot from the penalty spot

He played his best rugby inside the center until he was limping in apparent pain.

Johnny May: 6

On a quiet afternoon for May, he didn’t have much of a chance to show off his talent.

Marcus Smith: 6

The fireworks seen against Tonga were less than an initial cheer, but it will be a major learning game for the rising star.

Ben Young: 7

Facing the battle against fellow veteran Nick White, he freed himself well. Smith took a lot of pressure with precision kicks.

Bevan Rod: 7

Bevan Rod is from England

Bevan Rod is from England

Crazy heads in the UK can be an emergency start to solve the crisis and raise your head.

Jamie George: 7

In the first half a real presence and his determination became clear.

Kyle Sinclair: 7

Took a quick victory, but fought back and England were rewarded with a brutal change.

Maro Idoje: 7

Fifty hats to the Lions Giant, he rolled his arms during a fierce fight in front of him.

Johnny Hill: 8

Johnny Hill did well for England

Johnny Hill did well for England

A pinch of opportunistic alignment almost saw him score when he started a wild run.

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Courtney Laws: 8

Los Nick charges a kick from White

Los Nick charges a kick from White

The high work rate and the impact on security were his calling cards in the aftermath of the war.

Sam Underhill: 7

Is emerging as an increasingly efficient transporter and has been involved in many of the UK’s best times.

Tom Curry: 7

Struggling to make the same impact in the eighth place as it did in the openside.

Alternatives: 8

Jamie Flamir scored for England

Jamie Flamir scored for England

Alex Dombrand creates an eye-catching look from the bench and pushes hard to start in eighth place, while Jamie Flaimir is a final-to-final Test hooker. Sam Simmonds also made an impact when he arrived in the final five minutes.