New Zealand coach Steve Hansen said England, as well as his own reigning champions, could win the 2015 World Cup after seeing Stuart Lancaster's men inflict a record-breaking 38-21 defeat on the All Blacks.
England's Chris Ashton (C) scores a try during their match against New Zealand at Twickenham Stadium. England inflicted a record-breaking 38-21 defeat on the All Blacks.
Three tries in eight second-half minutes from backs Brad Barritt, Chris Ashton and Manu Tuilagi at Twickenham on Saturday saw England, who had been 15-0 up only for New Zealand to close to 15-14, pull away to their biggest winning margin over the All Blacks, surpassing a 13-0 triumph in 1936.
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