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‘Two best, two worst’ from Wales’ win against England

Wales continues their incredible winning as they overcame England in Cardiff – but who stood out for both sides for the right and wrong reasons?

BEST PLAYERS:

England: TOM CURRY – This lad is just 20-year-old. A fantastic try, 23 tackles and seven carries made this a memorable performance for the best England number 7 we’ve seen in a long, long time. Kyle Sinckler also impressed before he lost his head.

George North of Wales Rugby is tackled by Tom Curry of England Rugby during the Guinness Six Nations Championship match between Wales and England at Principality Stadium on February 23, 2018 in Cardiff, Wales. Photo: Phil Mingo/PPAUK

Wales: ALUN WYN JONES – The experienced Wales captain oozes class in everything he does. Led his team superbly and kept them going right to the very end. Liam Williams was rock solid at fullback and Dan Biggar off the bench was also class, making a massive impact with his kicking game.

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