Another week and a second win for England.

Their display against France wasn’t as striking because inside their opening-round success in Dublin but, given how abject the people were, it did not have to become.

England were not required to be creative as they were contrary to Ireland. The France defence was chaotic and readily manipulated than Joe Schmidt’s side.

Nevertheless, the planning was just as clever.

England exploit Huget’s shortcomings

Some one in Eddie Jones’ brains trust of trainers exercised again and there would be space in behind the team and the France defence, together with three of their four attempts created by a kick ahead.

Despite nearly 60 percent of this match being played in the France half, the ball was kicked by England from hand more compared to people – 49 days to 38.

It helped that for its next week in succession, England came up against a fullback that was non-specialist.

Robbie Henshaw stood in at 15 for Ireland The other day. Yoann Huget – whose last start at fullback was back in June 2013 contrary to the All Blacks – filled in for France.

Huget’s devotion to situations is not but crucially he also failed in his function.

From this deeper role, it had been his job to make sure that the wings move up and down the flanks in tandem to provide cover for either touchline, depending on where England attacked.

It requires time to become accustomed to this role and Huget was exposed by England.

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