England has won the Autumn Nations Cup after edging France 22-19 in sudden death extra time at Twickenham Stadium this morning
England was the favourite and had 10 times the experience, and home advantage.
But a young France team of second and third stringers led for 65 minutes until the last minute of regulation time when England pulled out a converted try from a line-out drive to tie the score at 19-19.
That forced the final into 20 extra minutes of sudden death, with the first to score the winner.
Prop Luke Cowan-Dickie scored the only for England while other points came from the boots of Owen Farrel and Elliot Daly.
Brice Duly scored a try for France with Matthieu Jalibert and Louis Carbonel converting two penalties each.
England won all the Autumn Nations Cup match.
In other results, Fiji beat Georgia 38-24, Wales defeated Italy and Ireland beat Scotland 31-18.
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