Red Rose put Wallabies to the sword in late try-fest after Elliot Daly’s kick chase turns the game

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ENGLAND bounced and the Aussies skidded at Twickenham – however the guests have been left cursing their luck.

The Crimson Rose obtained the luck of the bobble and have been lucky the Aussies had a attempt disallowed, however Eddie Jones’ facet have been ruthless when it counted.

Elliot Daly chases a kick from George Ford that looks destined to find touch - but he keeps it in

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Elliot Daly chases a kick from George Ford that appears destined to seek out contact – however he retains it in

Elliot Daly grabbed England’s first in a weird and sensible effort, earlier than Jonathan Joseph crossed over with seven minutes remaining, forward of scores from Jonny Could and Danny Care to proceed their spectacular document over the Aussies.

England have now received their final 5.

With a London deluge working towards each groups, neither facet was capable of put collectively sustained phases within the first-half.

Australia went shut by way of skipper Michael Hooper however the TMO judged him offside after a neat kick by way of from Tevita Kuridrani.

Replays showed how incredibly close the ball was to going into touch

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Replays confirmed how extremely shut the ball was to going into contact
Elliot Daly touches down for England

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Elliot Daly touches down for England

Hooper was sin binned soon after for two offsides in quick succession with England hammering Australia’s line – his eighth yellow in international rugby.

And just before half-time they went down to 13 men after full-back Kurtley Beale joined Hooper in the bin for a deliberate knock on.

England went in at the break 6-0 ahead thanks to two Owen Farrell penalties.

And they looked to make the man advantage count at the beginning of the second-half but were repelled after a thumping tackle from Marika Koroibete on Farrell close to the line.

The home side got their first try 13 minutes into the second-half, Daly latching on to George Ford’s cross-field kick which just stayed in, booting it infield to gather and cross over.

Danny Care runs it in for a late score as England explode into life late on

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Danny Care runs it in for a late score as England explode into life late on
Danny Care gets his air miles with a magnificent try at the end

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Danny Care gets his air miles with a magnificent try at the end
Steam cascades off the players during a first-half scrum

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Steam cascades off the players during a first-half scrum

After a long deliberation, the try was finally awarded and Farrell added the conversion to put England 13-3 ahead.

Australia were nearly back in it with 10 minutes to go – Koroboiete scythed through England’s defence and was hauled down, but the TMO ruled an infringement by Hooper.

The ball was quickly recycled and the winger crashed over but Michael Cheika could not believe it was not awarded – and had a go at a fan as he marched down the stands toward the touchline.

And the Red Rose made them pay straight after through Joseph – he chased down a Danny Care kick to dot down and seal the victory for England.

Then the pace of the home side was put to full effect as May and Care touched down late on to put a huge gap between the two sides.

Jonathan Joseph slides over brilliantly for a try in an almost comical slip and slide score

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Jonathan Joseph slides over brilliantly for a try in an almost comical slip and slide score
Owen Farrell was reliable as ever with the boot in an impressive win for the Red Rose

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Owen Farrell was reliable as ever with the boot in an impressive win for the Red Rose
England and Australia do battle for a line-out

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England and Australia do battle for a line-out
Twickenham looked spectacular as the rain teemed down for the second Autumn international

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Twickenham looked spectacular as the rain teemed down for the second Autumn international
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