HENRY ARUNDELL’s record five-try haul led England to ELEVEN touch-downs to send a huge signal to their World Cup rivals.
Chile battled impressively but crumbled once the Red Rose notched the first of five first-half tries.
GettyMakeshift full-back Marcus Smith can’t resist a broad smile as he dives over for England fifth try against battling Chile[/caption]
GettyHenry Arundell notched a hat-trick in England’s easy win[/caption]
PATeam-mates help Marcus Smith rejoice as he leads England’s romp[/caption]
Steve Borthwick’s men shrugged off a slow start as Arundell went over twice, with Theo Dan and Ben Rodd adding one apiece before the break.
Marcus Smith then crossed for the fifth and best as the Red Rose began to dominate through their kicking.
Makeshift full-back Smith burst down the left, grubber–kicked the ball forward, picked up the bouncing ball and raced over.
Chile prop Matias Dittus was sin-binned soon after the break, with Dan soon touching down, before the ball was kicked through to give Arundell a simple task for his hat-trick on 49 minutes.
He then blitzed clear for a fourth try – aided by a helpful bounce.
And a fifth arrived on 69 minutes after England wrestled the ball free from Chile and fed the overlapping hero.
Smith underlined the Red Rose hot streak when he crossed on 77 minutes following a brilliant exchange of quick, slick passing through the middle.
And with Chile out on their feet Jack Willis got England’s 11th try.