Powerhouse number 8 Billy Vunipola left the field at half-time against Argentina and did not return, much to the worry of England supporters.
England ran in six tries against the 14 men of Argentina to make it three bonus-point wins from three and guarantee themselves a place in the World Cup quarter-finals.
Jones commented on the injury after the match.
Billy Vunipola injury leaves England anxious for World Cpu knockout stages https://t.co/xw97eC4UjT— Grauniad Newspepar (@grauniad_news) October 5, 2019
“We’ll have a look at in the morning and see what it’s like,” said England boss Eddie Jones.
”He’s twisted his ankle but we don’t think it’s too serious.”
“Yeah i think he had too much Kobe Beef mate”@EnglandRugby head coach Eddie Jones on his sides performance against Argentina and light hearted response to Billy Vunipola question #ENGvARG #RWC2019 pic.twitter.com/MwC8DHHFnh— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) October 5, 2019
Vunipola appeared to suffer the injury to his left ankle during the first half. He received attention from the England medical staff and played on until half-time with his ankle heavily strapped.
He did not re-emerge, however, and was conspicuous by his absence after full-time when the rest of the squad were conducting their post-match celebrations on the pitch.