England’s Jonathan Joseph produced a 360 dummy to break the USA defence and set up a try for Joe Cokanasiga.
Jonathan Joseph’s dummy:
@Jonathanjoseph0 with the dummy of the #RWC2019 so far, three players fooled and a pirouette to finish.— Rucked Over (@RuckedOver) September 26, 2019
If I tried that I’d break my leg. #ENGvUSA
PS Mark Wilson is in some shape. Absolute Spartan. pic.twitter.com/CNPL8d9MR5
England ran out 45-7 winners with the USA team unable to make an impact on the scoreboard until the dying moments of the game.
George Ford, who captained the side against the USA, Billy Vunipola, and Luke Cowan-Dickie all crossed the try-line in the first half, while Ruairidh McConnochie and Lewis Ludlam added to England’s tally late on. Cokanasiga ran through for his second try of the match to complete the rout in the closing minutes.
A last-minute converted try from Bryce Campbell added made the final score respectable but this was as one-sided an affair as this World Cup is likely to witness.