Rugby LIVE: Rugby World Cup quarterfinal Australia vs. England

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81′ The double from Jonny May within two minutes really was where the game was taken out of the Wallabies hands. They hit back right after the break, but England knew exactly what to do to get back ahead and build their momentum and lead. That’s all from us here tonight, but make sure to stick around for our live blogging of the All Blacks vs. Ireland in the next hour. 81′

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81′ England the deserved winner tonight. They had the smarter game plan and they played it to perfection. Eddie Jones makes it 7-0 since 2015 and England score the most points they’ve ever scored at a Rugby World Cup playoff. The Wallabies were completely outplayed in the end and had no answer for England. 81’+1 40-16End of second half 80′ It’s one final crack for the Wallabies and it’s all over after they clean drop the ball. 78′ And Garcais calls it a forward pass. No try to the Wallabies! It was an amazing run for Koroibete but it all goes to nothing. 77′ TRY! Koroibete goes from one side of the field to the other as he charges from the halfway to the try line. But first they’re going to go upstairs to have a look at the pass to the edge to Tupou. 77′ 40-16Conversion – Owen Farrell , England 76′ Beale trying to create something, but it was a bridge to far sending that wide ball and it’s a complete blow out. 76′ 38-16Try – Anthony Watson , England 75′ TRY! Watson collects the floating pass from Beale to Hooper in their own 22 and that’s the salt in the wounds. 74′ It’s now or never for the Wallabies here to get something out of this match. 74′ Player substituted – Manu Tuilagi , England 74′ Substitute on – Jonathan Joseph , England 74′ Player substituted – Jordan Petaia , Australia 74′ Substitute on – James O’Connor , Australia 73′ Player substituted – Ben Youngs , England 73′ Substitute on – Willi Heinz , England 73′ 33-16Penalty goal – Owen Farrell , England 72′ Farrell adds the extras, and it’s surely all over for the Wallabies here. 70′ And it’s a penalty at the scrum against the Wallabies for boaring in. England just in complete control now, while the Wallabies are just trying anything. 69′ That’s a shocker from Jordan Uelese at the lineout. It’s a knock on at the back of the lineout and England are cheering as they get the put in at the scrum again. 69′ Substitute on – Luke Cowan-Dickie , England 69′ Player substituted – Jamie George , England 69′ Player substituted – Sam Underhill , England 69′ Substitute on – Lewis Ludlam , England 69′ Player substituted – Scott Sio , Australia 69′ Substitute on – James Slipper , Australia 69′ Substitute on – Joe Marler , England 69′ Player substituted – Mako Vunipola , England 69′ Player substituted – Isi Naisarani , Australia 69′ Substitute on – Lukhan Salakaia-Loto , Australia 68′ Wallabies struggle to find any ground through the middle and look stuck on the halfway line before Kerevi decides to put it up for Hodge. Kerevi no the best kicker on the park, but he’ll be happy with the result with Jonny May touching it before it goes into touch. 67′ England collect the restart and they just rumble it through the middle for a few phases before they kick it downfield. Hodge collects it high in the air and the Wallabies look to keep it in hand and go down field. 66′ Substitute on – Adam Coleman , Australia 66′ Player substituted – Rory Arnold , Australia 66′ Player substituted – Silatolu Latu , Australia 66′ Substitute on – Jordan Uelese , Australia 66′ 30-16Penalty goal – Owen Farrell , England 65′ Farrell converts and he pushes it to two converted tries ahead of the Wallabies. 30-16 64′ Player substituted – Courtney Lawes , England 64′ Substitute on – George Kruis , England 64′ Substitute on – Dan Cole , England 64′ Player substituted – Kyle Sinckler , England 63′ England rumbling to the line and Youngs looks to dot it down in the corner, but he’s dropped it! England with the advantage though, and they’re going to send it to touch again. 63′ A bit sloppy from the Wallabies, they’re definitely feeling the scoreboard pressure. Beale unable to put the ball into touch, before Tolu Latu throws the long ball that’s picked off by Youngs. Youngs chips it ahead, Beale cleans up and sends it into touch, but they’re just 8m out. 61′ Player substituted – Allan Alaalatoa , Australia 61′ Substitute on – Taniela Tupou , Australia 61′ Substitute on – Nic White , Australia 61′ Player substituted – Will Genia , Australia 61′ Substitute on – George Ford , England 61′ Player substituted – Henry Slade , England 60′ Huge ask for the Wallabies here, you’d think. That’s got to be a confidence killer for the Aussies. Just metres from the line and now they’re all the way back at the halfway. England rightly patting themselves on the back after that defensive effort. 59′ Naisarni takes it from the back of the scrum and charges to the line but he’s taken down just a metre short. They sent it to Kerevi who is also chopped down. The frowards look to rumble it in. Amazing defence by England and the loose carry is costly. England fire it down field and suddenly we’re on the half way and England get the feed into the scrum after a knock on. 58′ A couple restarts and we’re yet to get the ball into the scrum. That’s about two or three minutes wasted at the scrum now. 56′ Wallabies with the advantage so they send it wide to Petaia but they can’t find a way around the defence so they send it back in and try Koroibete. England kill the ball and we’re back centre field, seven metres out and the Wallabies choose to have a scrum. Big call here! 55′ They go to the line and despite the messy lineout they retain the ball. Hooper makes a great carry to push England’s line back and they creep to within five metres. 54′ Wallabies win the turnover at the lineout and they make some ground in England’s territory. They win the penalty and have the perfect opportunity to hit back. 53′ Substitute on – Matt Toomua , Australia 53′ Player substituted – Christian Lealiifano , Australia 52′ Another Wallabies mistake – Lealiifano doesn’t send it 10 at the kickoff but England choose to play on. The Wallabies decide to join the kicking game and it goes back and forth before Beale finally sends it into touch. 51′ England’s game plan going off without a hitch here, while the Wallabies are clearly struggling with their own. 51′ 27-16Penalty goal – Owen Farrell , England 50′ No doubts from Farrell here, he slots it easily and the difference is now 27-16. 49′ England are right back in the Wallabies half. They win the scrum after holding Alaalatoa up in the tackle and then they demolish the Wallabies at scrum time to get the penalty directly in front. 47′ 24-16Conversion – Owen Farrell , England 46′ TRY! There’s the hit back, England make easy work and Kyle Sinckler gets his first ever Test try! Farrell sends the perfect ball flat across his runners to Sinckler who has a massive hole in front of him and he charges in for the score. Farrell kicks it quickly and it’s back out 24-16. 46′ 22-16Try – Kyle Sinckler , England 44′ Farrell restarts quickly and a poor clearing kick from Genia sees England with the ball back in the Wallabies’ halff. 44′ 17-16Conversion – Christian Lealiifano , Australia 43′ Lealiifano slots it and just like that the scores are 17-16. 43′ 17-14Try – Marika Koroibete , Australia 42′ TRY! Marika Koroibete gets Australia right back in it! The Wallabies get a little bit of quick ball and Reece Hodge sends an absolute peach to Petaia who sends it back in to Koroibete who just puts the gas on and makes easy work of England’s defence. 41′ And we’re back underway with Farrell sending it deep into the Wallabies 22 with Lealiifano kicking an up and under to Hodge on the sideline. Not a great plan, Hodge pushed straight into touch and England are in the Wallabies half. 41′ I hope you’re all comfortable because we’re just moments away from the second half. England look like they should win this comfortably, but the Wallabies have a chance to turn things around in the first minutes back to get themselves back in this game. 41′ England in complete control of this match. Wallabies have had plenty of opportunity but it’s been sloppy while England are happy to disrupt the ball within their own 22m if it means the Wallabies go for the three. England’s defence has been magnificent, but Petaia and Kerevi are finding the gaps, they just need the runners to follow them for the offload. England with the ball are looking great and are unlucky sloppy hands from Slade saw them lose what should have been a third try. 41′ Farrell goes long and the Wallabies send it straight into the crowd. 41′ 17-9Penalty goal – Christian Lealiifano , Australia 41’+1 17-9End of first half 40′ Lealiifano kicks it straight down the middle and England must restart. 40′ 17-9Start of second half 39′ Penalty to the Wallabies. Garcais losing patience at the scrum, penalising Kyle Sinkler. But there’s only really one option for the Wallabies, and they go for the points knowing there will be a restart. 38′ Second restart at the scrum. The turf is getting completely torn up here and ref has a

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