England need to urge their discipline, captain Dylan Hartley pronounced after his side’s 21-10 win over Ireland during Twickenham in a Six Nations.
The hosts, who are dominant in a championship and sojourn on march for a Grand Slam, had James Haskell and Danny Care sin-binned in a second half.
“The trainer believes we left some opportunities out there and we entirely agree,” harlot Hartley said.
“I’m certain there’s copiousness to work on, fortify being tip of a list.”
England conduct manager Eddie Jones pronounced a feat over a fortifying Six Nations champions showed his side are an improving force, however.
“Our performances have stepped up,” a Australian pronounced after his initial compare in assign of England during Twickenham.
“We substantially left 10 to 15 points out there as we couldn’t always modify a aggressive pressure.”
England totally dominated a visitors in a initial half though went into a mangle with a slim 6-3 advantage before violation lax in a second half.
Two tries in 5 mins from Anthony Watson and Mike Brown put a hosts on march for feat opposite an Ireland group shorn of pivotal players by injury.
With Wales subsequent to revisit Twickenham in a fortnight, speak will spin to a probable Grand Slam for a group in white and a possibility to finish 4 unbroken years of finishing as runners-up.
Holders Ireland, on a other hand, have now unsuccessful to win any of their opening 3 matches and are second from bottom of a list with a singular point.
Jones threatens media ban
The former Australia and Japan trainer had riled Ireland in a rave by suggesting a relatives of fly-half Jonathan Sexton, who has a story of concussion problems, should be endangered for his welfare.
But with England’s subsequent opponents Wales, whose manager Warren Gatland is eminent for pre-match mind games, Jones said: “I’m putting a self-imposed media anathema on myself before a Wales game.
“I will leave that to Warren Gatland, he’s flattering good during it.”
When asked if he regretted mentioning Sexton’s parents, Jones replied: “I don’t bewail anything. Why would we bewail it? Ireland pronounced he had whiplash injuries, not me.
“It’s a sideshow – it’s finished. The categorical eventuality is over.”
‘Vunipola could be special’
Number 8 Billy Vunipola was a mortal force, his barnstorming bursts punching holes in Ireland’s counterclaim and formulating space for his team-mates.
Of a Saracens player, Jones said: “Vunipola was great. He only loves personification rugby. He loves a group sourroundings and loves personification for England.”
Former England captain Chris Robshaw also praised Vunipola’s impact.
“Over a final year he has unequivocally stepped his diversion up,” pronounced Robshaw. “Before that he was a good player. Now he has left to another level.
“If he keeps personification like that he is going to be flattering special.”