Anthony Watson Full-back Set the tone for a ragged team performance by spilling Sexton’s early bomb that led to Ringrose’s score before suffering an injury.
Mako Vunipola Prop Took over the mantle as go-to ball-carrier with 15 carries without really breaking through. Completely emptied the tank.
Jonny May Wing Snatched a try but that was too little too late. Always struggles to involve himself when the ball does not come to his wing.
Dylan Hartley Hooker Never established a rapport with Angus Gardner and must take responsibility for collective brain fade at the end of the first half.
Jonathan Joseph Centre Made next to no impact. Partly a result of England’s back-foot ball but would expect a better return than one metre gained off seven carries.
Kyle Sinckler Prop Brought the energy that Jones wanted but not the discipline, conceding three costly penalties. Worth persevering with.
Ben Te’o Centre Abandoning the twin playmaker system was a failure. Te’o could not provide the go-forward desperately needed.
Maro Itoje Lock A disappointing tournament finished on a miserable note. Trying to do too much and ends up making too many errors.
Elliot Daly Wing By far England’s most dangerous weapon and snaffled his tries well. Suspicion still remains that his talents are wasted on wing.
George Kruis Lock Brought in to lock down the line-out, which he more or less did, but less effective elsewhere, coughing up two turnovers.
Owen Farrell Fly-half Grew into the game after enduring a poor, wild start. Attacked the line well and cute grubber for Daly’s first try.
Chris Robshaw Flanker Proper tussle versus O’Mahony and you could say that it finished honours even. Guarantees work rate, but does Jones need more?
Richard Wigglesworth Scrum-half Did the best that he could off the back foot. Made a couple of nice box kicks, although he was not in the same class as Murray.
James Haskell Flanker Most conspicuous involvement was when Owen Farrell booted a clearance into his head, which pretty much sums up England’s day.
Sam Simmonds No 8 Huge talent and effort, but simply not his game. The return of Billy Vunipola will be like the second coming for England.