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Six Nations 2020 Round Four | Five biggest underperformers

This weekly “Biggest Underperformers” piece is dedicated to calling out players who didn’t play as well as they can in the fourth round of the 2020 Six Nations.

As a rule, we avoid putting players on the list if they were injured during the game.

1. Jamie George (England)

Lost both of his boots in the opening minutes and saw his first throw stolen by Alun Wyn Jones. He didn’t carry or tackle like his regular self before his departure just before the hour. The 29-year-old wasn’t poor by any stretch of the imagination but was the most anonymous of the England pack.

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