Undisciplined, punished by numerous penalties (10), England were never able to take the upper hand on Sunday at Twickenham against Argentina, despite a 16-12 lead at halftime. She ended up losing (29-30) on Sunday. In a press conference, Eddie Jones, the coach of the XV of the Rose, however, defended the game proposed by his men.
“It was a frustrating game. We played very well, but we made elementary errors and individual errors which helped them get back into the game. We did good things, but also stupid things […]. We need to clarify a bit (our game) but we made enough inroads to win maybe two games.Jones said after the game.
“I think that if we replayed this match 100 times, the result would not be the same”
“I think if we replayed this match 100 times, the result would not be the same. In my opinion, the team came out and played the way they wanted to play. But even if we made stupid mistakes, we can change those things quite easily. I’m not sitting here thinking we have really big problems, most of the time we dominated the game.”