Who won England v Wales today?
Wales secured the Triple Crown with a remarkable 40-24 win over England in Cardiff. Tries from Josh Adams, Liam Williams, Kieran Hardy and Cory Hill set Wales on their way to a bonus point victory that was as contentious as it was comprehensive.
Did England win the Six Nations today?
Six Nations Table 2020. England pipped France to last season’s title, which concluded at a delayed date in October. Both teams finished on 18 points after five games, but England’s superior points difference crowned them champions.
Did England beat Wales in rugby?
Wales won the Triple Crown with victory over England in a dramatic Six Nations match at the Principality Stadium.
What happens if Wales win today?
If Wales win: They are Grand Slam champions. If it’s a draw: Wales are Six Nations champions. If France only get three more Championship points than Wales: Wales are Six Nations champions. So, if France win without a bonus point and Wales get a bonus point in defeat, that’s enough for Wales.
How many times have Wales won the Six Nations?
Wales have won the Championship outright 28 times (counting the initial Home Nations Championship, the Five Nations Championship and the Six Nations Championship together) and shared the title a further 11 times making it 38 achievements overall.
Who won the Euros 2021?
When did Wales last beat England in rugby?
|Away||44 (3 February 2001)||30 (7 March 2020)|
|Largest winning margin|
|Home||57 (4 August 2007)||27 (16 March 2013)|
|Away||34 (23 August 2003)||13 (13 January 1906 & 8 June 1987)|
When was the last time England beat Wales in Cardiff?
The last time Cardiff hosted England in a Six Nations tournament was on February 23, 2019, when the world felt like a very different place. On that occasion, Warren Gatland’s Wales squad stunned England with a 21-13 win which carried them forward to Grand Slam victory.
How many penalties did England give away against Wales today?
England gave away a mammoth 14 penalties in their 40-24 loss to Wales in the third round of the Six Nations.