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That's why we need a fit Youngs. Only scrum half in the country with a hint of something about him.
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So many missed penalties could have taken this out of England's reach ages ago. Can't see them handing this back to Argentina now.
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No daft penalties now lads
England will win now - not sure if the Pumas can open it up.
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Let off for England. No way should they get away with those first 70 minutes.
Maybe we wouldn't be so quick to fill buckets with filth if we knew they had a soul. Or maybe that's what they're into. Ain't no way to get inside a bucket's mind.
Wilkinson to kick this one out of reach for Argentina now. Surely.
Something very ballsy about stepping up again when you're kicking 28.5%.
I don't think I've ever heard of so many missed kicks in an international match.
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As Johnson himself said before the game: "First: win".
About the best that could be said tho.
I don't think either team really played open rugby but I thought the Pumas were more determined to play it up front.
Funny thing is when they did run it with 2 minutes to go they looked elusive.
Argentina #14, and the one with half a dozen names (Lobbe?) were superb I thought. Armitage was good for your English.
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