England qualifies for quarter-finals

After a failed World Cup in 2015, the English are the first qualiies for the quarter thanks to its success (39-10) with a bonus point against Argentina, Tokyo.

Four years after an ineffectual elimination of " his " World, England is back in the quarterfinals of the World Cup, thanks to its success on Argentina (39-10), Saturday, October 5 in Tokyo.

The English, who scored six tries against the Argentineans reduced to 14 following the expulsion of the second line Lavanini, are guaranteed to finish in one of the first two places in pool C, even before their last match against the France on October 12th.

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In this pool C, the second ticket will return to France if successful or even a draw against Tonga on Sunday. For Argentina, semi-finalist in 2015, a possible qualification would go through two defeats of the French – against Tonga and England.

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England signed a good return to the World Cup finals, including the XV of the Rose, who had been the big absentee in 2015.

After this fiasco, the English Federation entrusted the national team to the Australian Eddie Jones, who reached the final of the 2003 edition with the Wallabies, before winning the trophy in 2007 with South Africa, as joined by coach Jake White.

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