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The 3 best and 3 worst England players against the Springboks

#1. Freddie Steward

Telegraph 9/10: “What an autumn. A couple of spills right at the end could not mar another sensational performance. Carried three Boks over the line for his try.”

Evening Standard 9/10: “Utterly rock solid under the high ball, Steward continues to look totally at ease at international level. An appropriately punchy carry for his try having sashayed into space to make the initial break.”

JOE 8/10: “Dominated the skies, early on, and the trend continued all day. Superb leg drive to get England’s second try. Mad a couple of line breaks.”

WORST PLAYERS:

#3. Kyle SInckler

Telegraph 5/10: “Ledger shows he coughed up four penalties. Certainly preferred scrumming against Nche than he did against Kitshoff.”

Evening Standard 6/10: “Struggled at times at the set-piece after, though, and not quite as forceful in the carry as he might have liked.”

Kyle Sinckler of England looks to offload during the Autumn Nations Match between England and South Africa at Twickenham Stadium on 20 November 2021. Photo: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK

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