England 21-52 Barbarians: Eddie Jones’ team suffered a crushing defeat before the tour of Australia as the boss of 14 men caused a commotion.


England performed alarmingly before their tour of Australia as they lost to the Barbarians 52-21 in Twickenham.

Eddie Jones’ team played 44 minutes with an extra man after Will Skeleton was shown a red card, but the boss, who numbered France’s winning Six Nations squad, spent most of the second half. Of commotion.

A penalty attempt forced Barberine to run up and down, followed by seven more, Damien Penad twice and Charles Owen, Baptist Coilwood, Louis Carbonell, Max Spring and Anton Histoy. On his last professional appearance, George Cross, who won England’s 45 caps, knocked out three conversions, including a provocative back heel attempt.

There were moments of excitement for England between those efforts, which passed three times through Joe Cocanasiga, Johnny May and Marcus Smith, but overall it was a forgotten afternoon.

Jones will announce his squad for the tour of Australia on Monday, ahead of a three-Test tour starting July 2.

It was a relatively low-key start to the fixtures that traditionally bring rugby, a bit of fun, and a bit of chaos. The scoreboard was not disturbed for the first 17 minutes, when Smith again sent a penalty over.

This made things worse, and the barbarians got up and ran in the middle of the half, as Johnny May was deliberately sent to Sean Bin to knock out and the boss was fined for trying. ۔

Another gift came four minutes later when Barbarian captain Olivia stopped a loose pass and had enough speed in the tank to run the length of England’s half and ground the ball under the pressure of Harry Randall. 3 done.

The home side reduced the deficit when Coca-Cola Sega extended the line after Tommy Freeman’s good work and it got worse for the boss as a replay of a construction incident resulted in Skeleton being in a build-up. Looked red for a high hit. .

Just before halftime England were once again in a wide mood, as Mark Atkinson took it straight to the pinnacle at 22 and the Frenchman stepped forward for an easy effort.

Damien Penad performed brilliantly and made two attempts.

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After the break, Yuan Tanga’s brilliant performance saw him stop just before the tryline, but Coilwood was ready and waiting for the boss’s fourth attempt to move forward.

May took some steps to fulfill her earlier journey of becoming a sinner as it was widely found by Smith and then went inside to go to a relatively easy completion, reducing the deficit to 26-16. Gave

But the lead was taken back to 15 points when Pennad extended a brilliant finish, keeping his boot in contact under pressure, according to a TMO review.

The man’s advantage was reported at the hour mark when the boss defended on his trail, leaving wide room for Smith to wake up, although another poor kick from the flyhoff meant he added extra. Failed

Marcus Smith left but had little effect on the score line.

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Overall, it was a very professional performance by the Barbarians, but a glimpse of the traditional mood was seen when Nolan Le Gerek kicked from above and Louis Carbonell finished.

The style turned on right when Spring was over after another great kick by Le Garek, although it was clearly made to look average when Cross left a change in front of the posts. ۔

Hastoy limited a thrilling last-minute Baa Baas display as Kruis paved the way for a hat-trick of changes through his inspiring teammates, the six points he has managed the most in a match so far. Are

The atmosphere of a party in the sun for the Barbarians, whose 80 minutes of enjoyment was certainly shared with Australia who got their crack against England in a span of two weeks.