The hosts used defensive errors by Ireland to establish an impressive 17-0 lead in the breakthrough in the first half by George Ford and Elliot Daly, embellished by two conversions and a penalty from Owen Farrell
Sportsmail rules each player on both sides after a brutal encounter that gives England a chance of glory.
Elliot Daly – 7.5 Has his opportunistic attempted skillfully and also kicked well. Much more stable than Furbank with full back.
Jonny May – 7 Mazy ran into the open space and had no chance to be taken in by a take-out from Henshaw.
Manu Tuilagi – 8 (Slade, 74 – 6) Ireland must be fed up with the sight of him – everything changes for England. Grinned too.
Owen Farrell – 6.5 Can still be calmer if we talk to referees. A good victory as a captain – and also bragging about his father.
Jonathan Joseph – 7 First start on the wing in 50th cap. Looked lively and fast in the unnatural position.
George Ford – 8 Clever stairs behind unlocked Ireland; Ford is the quiet head and brain of England.
Ben Youngs – 7 (Heinz, 57 – 6) 100th international and he was much better than his last start in Paris .
Joe Marler – 7 (Genge, 57 – 7) Now shaved Marler was mean in the scrum and kept the Irish at bay.
Jamie George – 6.5 (Cowan-Dickie, 52 – 7.5) Missed one line-out. Less striking than before and replaced fairly early.
Kyle Sinckler – 7.5 (Stuart, 70 – 7) Scrummaging super on the tight headline. Also lasted 70 minutes and could have completed the game.
Maro Itoje – 8 First class irritating and flew Irish in defense. A constant threat without little skill.
George Cross – 7 (Launchbury, 61 – 7) Lineout functioned well under his stewardship. Always a good foil for Itoje.
Courtney Lawes – 7.5 (Ewels, 57 – 7) Big leads England on the road in the first half and strong in the lineout.
Sam Underhill – 7 Top of the tackle count with 21 hits in defense. So & # 39; n exocet if he lists an opponent.
Tom Curry – 7.5 (Earl, 66 – 6) A better day in the back of the scrum. However, it should still be flanker where it is best.
Jordan Larmour – 5.5 (Earls, 64 – 6.5) Couldn't get his way out of trouble ; he was not allowed by England.
Andrew Conway – 5 (Byrne, 65 – 5) Usually, the target for Sexton's wide staircases was largely absent until he took a headbutter.
Robbie Henshaw – 6 Scored an attempt but very lucky that he was not submerged for May's cynical take-out in the second half.
Bundee Aki – 5 A few busy runs but hardly made any ground. Physically surpassed by Tuilagi.
Jacob Stockdale – 5 Horrible fall under pressure, Daly gifted his attempt. Looked rusty everywhere.
Johnny Sexton – 4 Moaning at the referee, dropping for the first attempt and sloppy kicking – even once lost a boat to summarize a bad day.
Conor Murray – 5 (Cooney, 55 – 7) The oldest Cooney replaced him and looked livelier. Once charged by Itoje and service a bit slow.
Cian Healy – 5 (Kilcoyne, 25 – 6) It seemed that he had hurt his shoulder for England's second attempt and had to go off.
Rob Herring – 5.5 (Kelleher, 61 – 6) Set piece was not the worst problem in Ireland, but two missed lineouts didn't help.
Tadhg Furlong – 6 (Porter, 58 – 6.5) Scrum tricks marked by Welsh – the tight head had a mixed afternoon in the scrum.
Devin Toner – 5 (Dillane 61) Ireland was outbunned in the physical battle and Toner made little impact.
James Ryan – 7 Best Irishman on the field who is not a tricky competition to win.
Peter O & # 39; Mahony – 6.5 One lineout steel was the best of his afternoon.
Josh van der Flier – 6 (Doris, 61 – 6) England has properly castrated its breakdown threat and the openingide did not get a look.
CJ Stander – 5 Had the Six Nations off to a strong start but did not win sales or meters across the gainline.
The move from Chris Smalling to Roma & # 39; can hit the rocks if the team does not qualify for the Champions League & # 39; with the Serie A side in bad shape after three defeats in their last four
The loaned-out Manchester United center back has admirers in the club after a series of impressive displays at the back since joining last summer, and officials are keen to offer him a contract.
But Roma results ensure a top four finish in the race after three defeats in their last four league games – they struggle for form and now follow Atalanta with six points. The club could not fund a movement for Smalling without the revenues from Champions League football, claims the Italian outlet Corriere Dello Sport .
Smalling's performance in the Italian capital convinced United Supreme Ed Woodward for his asking price for the star to around £ 16 million, and the deal in total could reduce Roma £ £ 33 million when wages are taken into account.
Roma would not be able to sanction such a movement if they play in the Europa League next season, the report claims, with Smalling set to accept a wage cut his current United wages, but enthusiastic about a longer deal.
The English international is said to have established himself well in life in Rome and can be forced to return to the Premier League if he cannot inspire his new side for a top-four finish. There should be a lot of interest from England for the 30-year-old, with both Tottenham and Everton considering that they would prepare bids.
Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne & # 39; could lose £ 3 million salary bonus & # 39; if his party is unable to successfully invoke a two-year ban on the Champions League
- Kevin De Bruyne may suffer a huge financial crisis if the ban is not destroyed
- Manchester City has appealed against their Champions League ban of UEFA
- But if the ban continues, the Belgian could lose 10 % of his guaranteed wages
- City continues to trust that important players such as De Bruyne and Raheem remain Sterling
- Sterling has become the first player to commit publicly its future in the Etihad
- Emery was fired at the end of November after a winless run with seven games
- He claimed that some players in the club did not have the right attitude
- Wright hit the Spaniard because he tried to blame for his shortcomings
- Sportsmail may reveal the couple recently attended a training camp in Mallorca
- Andy Madley and David Coote did not meet the required standard to continue
- The English top flight referees now have the chance to retake the test
- It does not reflect well on PGMOL, who had no referee at the last World Cup
- Victor Wanyama has dropped favor with Spurs since arrival of Jose Mourinho
- The midfielder has only made two Premier League appearances this season
- Wanyama's £ 65,000 per week wages seem scanned loan to have moved
- Genk has an attempt by Sheffield United to sign Sander Berge
- The Norwegian midfielder is also one of the different targets for West Ham
- Berge joined Genk in 2017 and continued with 113 appearances
- Fulham missed the opportunity to put more pressure on the top two in Charlton
- The odds were small and far between because Fulham couldn't break down the hosts
- Lee Bowyer's side was hounded after their boss had signed a three-year deal
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City's hierarchy is confident that Pep Guardiola and key players such as De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling will remain at Etihad Stadium, even if their profession is unsuccessful.
But according to the Belgian newspaper HLN the 28-year-old Belgium internationally could suffer a significant financial blow if City were to be banned from the European elite competition for the next two seasons.
According to football leaks, De Bruyne earns £ 1.25 million and £ 1.5 million a year from City & # 39; s qualification for the Champions League, which is a bonus on top of his basic wage.
If the Premier League champions of last season claim Europe & # 39; s top prize this season in Istanbul, the Belgian would also put £ 1 million in his pocket.
If City & # 39; s European ban on violating Financial Fair Play rules is strengthened by UEFA between 2012 and 2016, De Bruyne may miss out on at least 10% of its guaranteed wages, including loyalty costs and image rights .
The appeal of the club will be heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sport and rival clubs want this process to be speeded up to provide clarity.
Raheem Sterling has become the first City star to publicly commit his future to the club. Real Madrid is already associated with a mega-money move to England this summer. Sterling, however, does not want the uncertainty about the European future of City to affect its business end of the season.
Aidy Ward, who represents Sterling since the player was in school, told Sportsmail: & Raheem is focused solely on Manchester City and will not be distracted by any transfer at this time. & # 39;
Guardiola is supposed to be ready to honor his deal until the end of next year, despite the fact that there is a pause clause in his contract at the end of this season.
& # 39; If you hear the quotes from Unai Emery … delusion & # 39 ;: Ian Wright SLAMS former Arsenal boss after the Spaniard suggested he was destined to fail after succeeding Arsene Wenger
Ian Wright has Unai Emery & # 39; delusion & # 39; named and claimed Arsenal went nowhere under the Spanish coach.
Emery claimed that he was destined to fail with the Gunners because the club was trapped in a rut and some players did not have the right attitude.
Emery was fired at the end of November after a winless run with seven games, with the club drifting eight points in the top four in the Premier League with Mikel Arteta appointed as his successor the following month.
Wright hit the former Arsenal boss because he tried to transfer the blame for his shortcomings to the club and their players.
He said at the Kelly & Wrighty Show: & # 39; Under the old manager it was like a regime, it wasn't very pleasant, they didn't know where they were going, there wasn't much direction in what they were doing.
& # 39; And if you hear the quotes from Unai Emery … delusions if you ask me.
& Yes [they got to Europa League final] but it was the worst performance of an Arsenal team in a final.
& # 39; Because again, whatever he said, the players were not happy, there was no vision or direction, communication was poor.
& # 39; He can say what he wants about how well he has done because he has the & # 39; facts & # 39; there, but that team didn't go anywhere.
REVEALED: Premier League referees Andy Madley and David Coote fail FIFA fitness test in shameful episode for PGMOL chief Mike Riley after being nominated for European and international list
In an embarrassing episode for the PGMOL and head of referee Mike Riley, Sportsmail can reveal that the couple recently attended a training camp in Mallorca, but did not meet the physical standard to to go on.
Madley and Coote now have the chance to retake the test and sources have indicated that they have suffered from symptoms of & # 39; colds and flu & # 39; and & # 39; not working optimally & # 39; during the exam
The duo were the only male referees brought forward by PGMOL to represent England in the intake from this year.
But their induction was aborted after they failed to complete the equivalent of a strenuous & # 39; blink test & # 39 ;. It is understood that Coote came within a few sprints of the test, but had received several warnings and was withdrawn. Madley was somehow short
It does not reflect well on the PGMOL, which had no representative at the last World Cup. As a member of the FIFA list, officials can preside over the Champions League and Europa League games, as well as international competitions.
England has six referees on the list, with Michael Oliver by far the best. Riley hopes that his latest recommendations can prove their suitability when he gets a second chance from FIFA.
Coote took charge of his first Premier League match in 2018, which started at the Notts FA. In the same year, Madley began to become the referee of top flying competitions after starting in the local West Yorkshire competitions.
He is the older brother of former Premier League referee Bobby, who was fired in 2018 after recording a video with a joke about a disabled person.
The point that Fulham won here could still taste the difference in a promotion race that no one seems to want to win.
On the positive side for Scott Parker, they came second with Leeds United, a scenario that seemed highly unlikely when the Yorkshire club had a double-digit points advantage over them before Christmas.
They also used a typical Millwall that refused to nod after Jon Dadi Bodvarsson controversially canceled the early opener of Aleksandar Mitrovic.
The side of Andy Farrell led the way, then defended themselves for their lives and snapped for scores like Wales lost in this championship for the first time in nine games.
It was their last trip here in the Six Nations when Wales was defeated earlier – this was not the 37-27 seesaw competition of 2018, but was all grit, determination, and determination.
It was Jordan Larmour who sprinkled the star dust with an attempt from the first half, after which Tadhg Furlong broke a second between Tomos Williams & arrow for Wales.
Josh van der Flier fumbled for an attempt and Andrew Conway achieved the bonus point score with five minutes to go.
Ireland: Lamour, Conway, Henshaw, Aki, Stockdale, Sexton, Murray, Healy, Herring, Furlong, Henderson, Ryan, O & # 39; Mahony, van der Flier, Stander
Tries: Lamour, Furlong, van der Flier, Conway Disadvantages: Sexton (2)
Wales: Halfpenny, North, Tompkins, Parkes, Adams, Biggar, Williams, Jones, Owens, Lewis, Ball, Jones, Wainwright, Tipuric, Faletau
Tries: Williams, Tipuric Cons: Biggar, Halfpenny
And aside from Justin Tipruic's consolation score, Wales was wasteful when they besieged the Irish line and the green machine kept strong and then undefeated with England.
Alun Wyn Jones hoped that the predictors who had said that Storm Ciara would collapse would have a Michael Fish moment and they had it.
Windy, at least at pitch level – with Wales initially fighting against it – but there was not a single drop of rain that fell on this green strip in Dublin.
Wales played with early intention, but little accuracy to their attempt, and Ireland largely held it in the narrow stages with a few trips wide to show that they were trying to evolve under Andy Farrell.
When they used their broad men that it had paid off. Trapped in a stalemate after 20 minutes, with Justin Tipuric and CJ Stander fighting for the impulses to spoil the others' momentum, Ireland slowly went through their short punches in the Welsh 22.
They almost crawled with it to a standstill until Conor Murray bubbled a ball to the hot Larmour kick that lit the Aviva Stadium.
Victor Wanyama wants to stay in Tottenham because Amiens and Leganes do not agree a loan agreement with Premier League club, while Celtic precludes return due to wage demands
Victor Wanyama is looking forward to staying in Tottenham for the remainder of the season after Amiens and Leganes failed to bid for the midfielder.
The two clubs were negotiating with Spurs on a temporary move, but both withdrew their interest after the discussions on the terms of the loan agreement were terminated.
Wanyama meets the requirements at Spurs with only two Premier League appearances this season and wanted to leave the club on loan in January.
His £ 65,000 a week, however, seems to be a stumbling block with the player who did not want to lower his salary to go somewhere else.
Celtic was interested but could not pay his wages, so the chance that the Kenyan returned to his former club.
Wanyama joined Spurs from Southampton in July 2016 after spending the last two years in Celtic Park, where he scored 13 goals in 91 games.
The 28-year-old scored seven goals in 97 games for Tottenham and still has 18 months to go on his contract.
Sheffield United fails with offer for Genk & # 39; s Norwegian international midfielder and West Ham target Sander Berge
Sheffield United have been rejected in an attempt to sign Sander Berge from Genk.
The Norwegian midfielder is also one of the different targets for West Ham .
Berge joined Genk in 2017 and played 113 games in all competitions.
During that time, he scored six goals and contributed four assists.
The youngster played a key role when Genk won the Belgian first division title last season.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder also wants a loan for Bayer Leverkusen to defend Pangiotis Retsos.
Charlton 0-0 Fulham: Cottagers fail to put pressure on Leeds and West Brom marking while Scott Parker & # 39; s side draws blank in Charlton
The side of Scott Parker has found a consistent shape just like Championship tempo setters West Bromwich Albion and Leeds have stumbled in recent weeks.
But when Fulham had the opportunity to move into second place, he lacked humor and creativity to surpass Charlton's massive ranks of defense.
CONTEST STATES AND LEAGUE TABLE
Charlton Athletic (4-2-3-) 1): Phillips; Matthews, Lockyer, Pearce (c), Purrington; Pratley, Cullen; Doughty, Oztumer (Green 82), Morgan (Williams 63); Hemed (Taylor 70)
Unused substitutes: Maynard-Brewer (GK); Oshilaja, Sarr, Dempsey
Manager: Lee Bowyer
Fulham (4-3 -3): Rodak; Odoi, Hector, Ream, Bryan; Arter (Christie 72), McDonald, Onomah (Stansfield 88); Knight, Decordova-Reid, Cairney (c) (Johansen 77)
Unused substitutes: Bettinelli (GK); Kongolo, De La Torre, Sessegnon
Manager: Scott Parker
Referee: Stephen Martin (Staffordshire)
Attendance: 16,424 (2,337 road)
The chances for the promotion hopeful, which were not characteristic, were small and far away toothless in the future and Leeds will be relieved by the stalemate.
The news that Charlton manager Lee Bowyer had signed a new three-year contract, binding him to the Addicks until the summer of 2023, was canceled the vote before the game.
Charlton has won only one of their last 16 league matches in a scorching run dating back to October, but the support for Bowyer remains steadfast both in the new ownership and in the stands.
& # 39; Lee Bowyer & # 39; s red and white army & # 39; they sang when the boss came out of the tunnel for the kick-off and Bowyer applauded when they sang his name during the game.
The news also seemed to give his players a boost and they went full throttle on Fulham in the first 10 minutes and forced a number of turns that needed to be tackled and were.
Gradually, Scott Parker & # 39; s side settled in the passing and possession game that has proven so effective for them.
But faced with a wall of red shirts that sometimes consisted of eight or nine staff, they missed incision in the first half. Most passes were square or backward for Charlton's rear guard.
Fulham's chances did not flow precisely, so Bobby Decordova-Reid forced home keeper Dillon Phillips twice in a rescue within two minutes.
The first was a 20-meter pop shot that turned Phillips and the second followed a smart pass from Tom Cairney and was beaten to safety.
Cairney was also the architect of Fulham & # 39; s clearest opening of the opening 45, teeing up the left rear Joe Bryan for a low shot that flew past the far post.
But they really should have led five minutes after the restart when Michael Hector was left completely unmarked to meet each other The corner of Ivan Cavaleiro but led his header wide.
That brought Charlton to life, with Alfie Doughty, who looked threatening when he pushed forward and forced Marek Rodak into action for the first time.
Jonny Williams came on and then Lyle Taylor while Charlton felt the chance to grab a surprising victory.
And Taylor & # 39; s inviting ball over the Fulham box in the last few minutes almost reached his fellow substitute in a scoring position before Cyrus knew Christie.