Imperious Ireland showcased clinical brilliance as they dismantled Scotland, securing their spot in the World Cup quarter-finals and eliminating their opponents from the tournament.
In contrast, England, although sluggish, managed to outlast a physically demanding and brilliant performance from Samoa. This victory ensured England’s passage to the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals, having won all their Pool D matches.
Wales, too, maintained a flawless record in World Cup pool matches, securing a bonus-point victory over Georgia.
Below, we look at the best and worst player for all the home nations on Super Saturday.
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Best player: Tommy Reffell
Wales Online wrote: “Finally got his chance and put in a huge shift. Won four turnovers turnovers, put in 19 tackles, and gave Wales a real physical edge at the breakdown. A performance that has given Warren Gatland plenty to think about.”
Rugby Pass wrote: “Tackled like a rabid sheepdog. The Leicester Tiger man was a standout performer, causing problems for Georgia at the breakdown and winning three crucial turnovers. His work rate was exceptional.”
Worst player: Tomos Williams
Wales Online wrote: “Williams didn’t have a great platform at times with Georgia doing their best to put the Cardiff number nine under pressure. Wasn’t as much of a threat with ball in hand as usual but kicked well out of hand. However, Wales lost their shape in attack too often and the half-backs have got to take some responsibility for this.”