That was....frustrating.— JackieMc (@Jackiem23) November 21, 2020
We lost by less and conceded less than last time 😬 But it doesn’t feel like any progress has been made. #ENGvIRE
I am still left clueless at how England can be stopped by anybody who can’t compete physically.— All Things Oval (@rugbyreview18) November 21, 2020
A team that do so little other than world class defence and capitalise on the mistakes you make, are probably the best team in the world. And I’ve no idea how that changes. #ENGvIRE
#ENGvIRE— Catherine Kavanagh (@KavanaghCk) November 21, 2020
Yes, he might be a racist old manipulator but he's done a wondrous job with England and for that he must be rightly applauded. That England Team is something else 👏
Congratulations, England.— The Loose Head (@TheLooseH) November 21, 2020
Pretty much dominant throughout.
Some good moments from Ireland, as brief as they were, but nowhere near enough to trouble England.
John Mitchell the most important factor today for me; England's defense was incredible.
Full time... two views— Liam Toland (@LiamToland7) November 21, 2020
1) Eng; huge credit; line speed, width of 'D' shape, breakdown, scrum but sensational lineout defence
2) Irl; pre KO, to beat Eng power, Irl require insane skills, equal accuracy (e.g. L/O) to build a rhythm full of pace & clever kicking
A very tough watch that. Baffled that the scoreline was as close as it was to be honest. #ENGvIRE— Aisling O'Connor (@aisling7) November 21, 2020
England were neck rolling all game— james henderson (@jameshen68) November 21, 2020
England performance predictable, Ireland performance predictable, result predictable. #ENGvIRE— David Cahill (@docathail) November 21, 2020
That was a much, much better 2nd half from Ireland. Overall we actually did well in areas we thought we'd be pummelled but couldn't bring the accuracy in others and got punished. Eng a much more settled outfit and it showed. Disappointed but still positive. #ENGvIRE— Harpin' On Rugby 🏉 (@HarpinOnRugby) November 21, 2020