By Michael Cantillon at Twickenham
Last Updated: 10/02/19 5:02pm
Jonny May notched the first England hat-trick against France since 1924 in a comprehensive victory
A Jonny May hat-trick, along with scores from Henry Slade, Owen Farrell and a penalty try, saw England annihilate France 44-8 in front of 82,000 at a damp and bitterly cold Twickenham on Sunday.
Damian Penaud notched France’s only try on a miserable Six Nations day for Les Blues as they were well and truly put to the sword.
England next face Wales in Cardiff in two weeks’ time aware that victory there would hand them a monumental chance at a Grand Slam in 2019.
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