Lock: Alun Wyn Jones (Wales)
A towering display by the Wales captain, who was outstanding in every aspect of the game for his team.
“Hopefully people can see the positive way we’re trying to play”
Alun Wyn Jones on Wales’ loss to Australia
— BBC Sport Wales (@BBCSportWales) November 11, 2017
Lock: Adam Coleman (Australia)
Scored a try but it was his tireless work on either side of the ball that caught the eye. Led all bar Michael Hooper and Sean McMahon with 10 tackles and put his hand up for seven carries.
Flanker: Peter O’Mahony (Ireland)
Once again a blood (literally in the first half) and guts display and always alert at the breakdown. A number of carries had the South African line creaking before he left the field shortly into the second half.
Flanker: Sam Underhill (England)
Did everything asked of him on his first appearance at Twickenham and it was the quality just as much as the quantity of his tackles that impresses. One of the defensive leaders, so takes credit for how blunt the Pumas were in attack.
— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) November 11, 2017
Number 8: Nathan Hughes (England)
Outrageous bit of juggling for the try which proved one of few occasions the crowd rose to their feet. Was outstanding in Argentina over the summer and continues to grow into the jersey.