Liverpool vs Bayern Munich: Dietmar Hamann anxious for ‘fragile’ outfit
Emiliano Sala's funeral to take place
Ferrari launch new SF90 looking to end F1 title drought
Nadal’s Spain to face champions Croatia in Davis Cup finals
Diallo incredibly dunks over Shaq to win NBA All-Star contest
French media slam France after emphatic loss to England in Six Nations
13 February 2019, 05:44 | Anna Jefferson
Mathieu Bastareaud will bring size and power to the France back line
The former Lions winger also believes the quality of coaching in France is "miles behind" the levels on display across their Six Nations counterparts.
Under Brunel's stewardship, France have lost nine of their last 10 tests, which have included a first-ever loss to Fiji, their biggest defeat to England in more than a century, a second half capitulation which led to defeat against Wales, and a three-match series pummelling at the hands of New Zealand previous year.
Farrell and Morgan Parra traded penalties, and France appeared settled until the start of the second quarter when England forced a lineout in the French 22.
But England had a bonus point try on the stroke of half-time.
And prop forward Mako Vunipola, who was Man of the Match in England's impressive 32-20 victory against Ireland in Dublin last week, wants his teammates to stay focused on their own performances rather than that of the referee.
Wales rugby coach Warren Gatland is being urged to put his faith in Kiwi Gareth Anscombe as his first-choice first-five for the looming Six Nations clash with England.
May scored England's first try after just 64 seconds, the third straight match he's scored in the first two minutes. May scored two more tries before Penaud reduced the deficit to 23-8.
Jones added: "Jonny May's like when you go to the park and you see someone with a tennis ball and they throw it, the dog runs 100mph and chases it and brings it back".
"The interviewer said to him, "can you be as good as you were?' and he said, 'the reason I have taken time off is to be better".
Jones' side were awarded a 49th-minute penalty try when Gael Fickou was yellow carded for hauling down Ashton before he looked to collect Slade's kick through, while Farrell got in on the act after following in his kick when Antoine Dupont nudged the ball away from a diving May.
His third was a far easier finish after Chris Ashton joined the kicking gang, nudging a flawless grubber into the same left corner to send Twickenham wild as England led 23-8 with less than half an hour gone.
"We took a lot of pressure in the kick-chase - 30-8 in the first half.it's very hard to come back".
England's women celebrate after Kelly Smith's try against France at Doncaster. "He'll do the best to keep the game moving I think".
England World Cup-winning goalkeeper Banks dies
We are devastated to lose him but we have so many happy memories and could not have been more proud of him . It said: "It is with great sadness that we announce that Gordon passed away peacefully overnight".
Trump to call for investment in artificial intelligence
Create resources: It will seek to make federal data, computer models, and computing resources available to AI researchers. The U.S.is the global leader in AI technology right now, but other countries are catching up fast.