England 35 Australia 18 - The 2010 Cook Cup

Release Date: 21 February 2011 | Certificate: Exempt
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Relive every minute of England’s stunning victory against Australia which included one of Twickenham’s greatest ever tries.

‘That is what you work for, for days like this’ MARTIN JOHNSON

This was a truly great performance from England who shone from beginning to end in front of over 80,000 Twickenham fans. It was supposed to be a battle royal between England’s powerful pack and the mesmerising Australian backs but instead it was the English who showed all the flair, led by their super-impressive scrum-half, Ben Youngs. Chris Ashton scored a brace of tries, including a 90-metre sprint to touch down after England ran the ball from their own tryline. England dominated against their Southern Hemisphere opponents and sealed a 35-18 victory, with fly-half Toby Flood kicking 25 points.

• England’s 35-18 victory over Australia last November will be remembered as the finest performance since the 2003 World Cup Final.
• Chris Ashton scored one of the greatest tries ever witnessed at Twickenham.
• Scrum-half Ben Youngs was the inspiration behind much of England’s enterprising play as England triumphed over their old adversaries.
• Fly-half Toby Flood excelled in the absence of Jonny Wilkinson and scored 25 points - a record haul for an Englishman against the Wallabies.
Release Date: 21 February 2011
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