Owen Farrell Red alert: US player sent off as England win 45-7

Owen Farrell Red alert: US player sent off as England win 45-7

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KOBE, Japan (AP) — England pummeled the United States 45-7 Thursday in a rude welcome to the Rugby World Cup for the Americans, who had a man red-carded late to add to the second-heaviest loss at the tournament so far.

England scored seven tries in Kobe and nearly made the U.S. the first team to be kept scoreless after 12 games at Rugby World Cup 2019.

The Americans scored their only try nearly two minutes after the final hooter when replacement Bryce Campbell dived over near the posts following a wild passage of play filled with errors by both sides.

Campbell’s try was still zero consolation for the Americans.

“It was a bit of a calamity in Kobe tonight,” U.S. head coach Gary Gold said. “We were taught a lesson. We lost every single aspect of the game.”

The U.S., the last team to make its debut in this World Cup, was also the first to have a man sent off and Gold’s pre-match prediction that his team was facing a severe test against the 2003 World Cup winner proved correct.

Flanker John Quill flattened England’s Owen Farrell in a high, no-arms tackle in

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