England made it 16 victories on the bounce, putting them three short of overtaking New Zealand's world-record figure, as wing Elliot Daly's 75th-minute try broke Welsh hearts.
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"Saturday night at the Principality Stadium was the performance and win that convinced me that England under Eddie Jones have it in them to kick on and arrive in Japan in 2019 as the world's No 1 ranked team and favourites to win rugby's biggest prize", Woodward wrote for the Daily Mail. That Davies and Cuthbert, who was drafted in on the day of the match when George North was ruled out, were at fault appeared to play on Jones's mind afterwards, but he wasn't going to call out his own teammates for their errors.
"We have used up all of our get out of jail cards and against Italy we don't want to be in that position again", Jones added.
"The feeling was good".
"We'll look at playing a different sort of side".
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'We were there for 67-68 minutes, and the last 10 minutes, maybe we lost our composure, ' Wales scrum-half Webb said.
"I don't think it was early". That's a converted try. With the type of players we have and the quality of coaches, we always back ourselves.
"Intensity, physicality, flashes of brilliance and late drama - it had everything you could want", he said.
"Watson ran at 95 per cent on Friday so we are confident he will be able to play against Italy". If it was a weaker group we potentially could have crumbled at half time at 13-8 behind.
"I like the atmosphere, it spurs me on and gets me going and I think that it does that to a lot of the other boys too", Joseph said.
"There is a reason we have these finishers who come on and do their job for the team, as much as I do mine".
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However, following Lopez's two penalties, a converted try in the last four minutes proved too much of a task for Scotland . "We chucked it away". "It's an ankle injury, we'll see tomorrow how bad it is", said the New Zealander.
"Courtney Lawes is like a human ice-pack". Itoje did not have his usual impact against France in his first global back-row appearance, deputising for the injured Robshaw, but he improved against Wales and showed his knack of raising his performance as the stakes get higher.
"I've played second row and I've played No6".
"There is so much science in the game now I understand that".
The heavy artillery is not likely to be needed in England's next game, against an Italian side, who shipped 63 points to Ireland at the weekend, and arrive at Twickenham on 26 February.
Dan Biggar was in inspired form in Cardiff (Picture: Getty) Dan Biggar's interception in the dying moments, as England were camped on Wales' line, looked certain to have ended the visitors' Grand Slam hopes.
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The contest had been a cagey affair with little in the way of goalmouth action before Mawson gave Swansea the lead with his third goal in six games.