Mike Brown may have got the plaudits for his role in a 20-13 victory over Australia on Saturday, but one-part of England's brother act Billy Vunipola shone on his first England start.
The London Wasps number eight was at his destructive best as the Red Rose came from behind to beat the Wallabies and win the Cook Cup at Twickenham.
The 20-year-old, who weighs in at 20 stone, was everywhere in the first half at the home of rugby as he dished out some devastating tackles on his opponents.
After impressing during England's tour of Argentina in the summer, the Wasps forward backed up his Red Rose credentials before being replaced in the 64th minute.
His best moments? Well in particular, the number eight's burst past three attempted Australian tackles in the first half brought the England supporters to their feet at Twickenham.
He produced two big carries to allow Owen Farrell to keep the scoreboard ticking over to 6-3, and generally looked solid as England dominated the ruck against the Wallabies.
And Billy was understandably thrilled to star alongside his brother.
"It was pretty emotional, I shed a tear," Vunipola told the England RFU website.
"Starting with my brother certainly added to it. Having him standing next to me singing the national anthem, I tried to hold it in but I couldn't. I'm really proud of both of us.
"The summer was a good experience but this topped it - being at home and finally realising the dream has come true. But I don't want to focus on that, I want this to be the start not the end."
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