AUSTRALIA has secured a Rugby World Cup quarter-final berth, while stopping hosts England in their tracks with a tough 33-13 win at Twickenham this morning.
The Wallabies led from the opening minutes thanks to a Bernard Foley try. The goal kicker also crossed the line a second time while converting each try and penalty kick throughout the game to come away with a personal haul of 28 points.
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The result, in front of a 81,010-strong crowd, including event ambassador Prince Harry, sees Australia move to the top of Pool A, ahead of Wales on points difference.
While England becomes the first World Cup hosts to fail to reach the knock-out stages.