England head coach Simon Middleton said that his side had to wear a show for their fans inside their 12-try win over Scotland.

The Red Roses won 80-0 to seal a ninth Six Nations Grand Slam in front of 13,278 supporters – a listing for a women’s game at Twickenham.

“It shows exactly the way the game is going in and that is why we felt our performance has been so important because winning is just not enough,” he explained.

“We’ve got to win in a certain manner and reveal how we’re progressing being a drack “

The maximum attendance previously was 10,545 at England’s round four game against Italy at Exeter.

“to develop the crowd on top of what we achieved at Exeter was fantastic,” added Middleton after the 80-0 victory.

England – the only full time professional team in the Six Nations – controlled across the championship, scoring over 50 points in each of these five matches.

The Red Roses have currently won 16 of their past 17 Tests, with their only defeat coming against France in Grenoble this past year.

England are ranked 2nd in the world supporting world champions New Zealand and captain Sarah Hunter hopes they are able to challenge for the title when the Black Ferns sponsor the World Cup at 2021.

“The camaraderie between everyone in the club – it’s certainly one of the better teams I’ve been part of.

“The spirit that we have off this field is why we’re enjoying being together and how we’re putting together quite good performances”

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