Rugby World Cup 2019: England sound warning with massive win over Ireland

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Manu Tuilagi crashes through the Ireland defence for England's third try in a 57-15 win at Twickenham.

Adam Davy

Manu Tuilagi crashes through the Ireland defence for England’s third try in a 57-15 win at Twickenham.

England issued a powerful statement ahead of the Rugby World Cup when they overwhelmed Ireland by a record 57-15 margin at Twickenham on Saturday.

At the heart of England’s second triumph in three warmup tests was man of the match Manu Tuilagi, who bristled with power and intent to torment an Irish defense that fell to pieces in the second half.

Ireland scored first through a Jordan Larmour try, but their hopes of the win that would lift it to No. 1 in the world rankings at the expense of Wales quickly disintegrated.

The greatest danger England faced was not from Ireland but sunburn, as Twickenham roasted in temperatures that peaked at 30 degrees. Yet, England was well equipped for broiling conditions having spent 10 days in a heat camp in Treviso, Italy.

England's Manu Tuilagi celebrates his try.k

Adam Davy

England’s Manu Tuilagi celebrates his try.k

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Maro Itoje and Billy Vunipola were magnificent up front, while George Ford argued a strong case to reclaim the flyhalf duties

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