England’s world record streak of 18 wins ended today with a 13-9 loss in 2017. Ireland.
This Dublin defeat ends England’s second consecutive bid Grand Slam at Six Nations.
Ireland is overwhelmed England With their intensity and physicality, as Iain Henderson’s halftime try was decisive.
England head coach Eddie Jones “Everything was wrong in preparation because that’s how we played.
“I take full responsibility, I did not prepare the team well and we will respond in the future.
“It was a tight old game. A thing or two goes well and the game turns upside down, they didn’t go the way we wanted today.
“We didn’t work hard enough to get these opportunities and that’s what happened.”
Henderson’s try and eight points from Johnny Sexton’s shoe commanded Ireland in front of a noisy crowd of hosts.
Owen Farrell scores three penalties for an England team that had the consolation of defending the Six Nations title.
Ireland’s victory finished them second by points, ahead of France and Scotland.
England’s 18 Test victories matched the world record held by New Zealand.