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England 38... , New Zealand 21

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England end their autumn campaign with a record-breaking win against world champions New Zealand at Twickenham

The All Blacks had been unbeaten in 20 matches but were completely outplayed as second-half tries from Brad Barritt, Chris Ashton and Manu Tuilagi snuffed out a brief comeback. But there was no denying a hugely impressive England, who secured their first win over the All Blacks in nine years - only their seventh in history. Stuart Lancaster's men were superior in every department; their scrum excellent, their breakdown immense and their defence relentless.

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Ashton is a good player but a numpty when it comes to touching the ball down.



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