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England beat Australia to Achieve Rugby World Cup semi-finals

Last updated on November 2, 2019

England beat Australia to win the semi-finals of This Rugby World Cup for the first time in 12 Decades.

Even though Australia held up fairly well at the start, they capitulated later England captured control of the game in just four minutes of the restart.

It is the first time in Rugby World Cup history which a trainer has directed another nation to success against his homeland’s group: Eddie Jones, England’s coach, was born from the island of Tasmania and took Australia’s national team to the 2003 Rugby World Cup final.

Since New Zealand demolished Namibia 71-9, England will face the All Blacks to get a place in the last game in a week. Both teams will meet in Yokohama for a few of their most anticipated games of the Planet Cup, hosted by Japan.

France is another specific semi-finalist, and they’ll need to confront whoever wins between Japan and South Africa in Saturday afternoon’s match.