It is the want of the British media and public to indulge in hyperbole following an outstanding sporting success, so it was no surprise that there was a sense of anti-climax about England's victory over Samoa at Twickenham last weekend.
England were good against Australia - actually, they were very good. But the fact they failed to reach the same heights in the 26-13 win over Samoa should not detract from the significance of the result.
It was, after all, the first time in six years that they have managed back-to-back wins in an autumn series. Furthermore, to belittle the victory would beRead More »from England remain on course