By Nik Simon For The Mail On Sunday
Published: 18:41 GMT, 2 February 2019 | Updated: 18:45 GMT, 2 February 2019
England made their mark in their opening match of the Six Nations with a brilliant win at Ireland on Saturday evening.
Jonny May, Elliot Daly and a Henry Slade brace of tries saw the visitors secure their first Six Nations away win in Ireland since 2013.
The defeat at the Aviva Stadium was Ireland's first in the competition under head coach Joe Schmidt.
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England got off to a dream start after just two minutes when Jonny May (right) dived over to score in the corner
May turned on the after-burners after being released in the corner after quick ball from England
The wing fends off the challenge of Ireland centre Garry Ringrose to score during Saturday's Six Nations clash
The 28-year-old was quickly mobbed by his team-mates as the packed Aviva Stadium was silenced
Ireland soon responded when mercurial fly-half Jonathan Sexton scored a penalty