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England 57-14 - PLAYER RATINGS: Manu Tuilagi looks lean and mean while Joe Cokanasiga provides the power in convincing Six Nations win England hammered 57-14 thanks to tries from Manu Tuilagi and Brad Shields England kept their Six Nations title hopes alive, moving within one point of Wales Joe Cokanasiga and Manu Tuilagi were the star performers as England ran riot

By Simon Mills for MailOnline

Published: 20:05 GMT, 9 March 2019 | Updated: 20:07 GMT, 9 March 2019

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England recorded a comprehensive 57-14 Six Nations victory over on Saturday afternoon.

England kept their title hopes alive thanks to braces from Manu Tuilagi and Brad Shields.

Sportsmail's SIMON MILLS runs the rule over the star performers after England cruised to victory at Twickenham. 

Manu Tuilagi was rampaging around to telling effect as England defeated Italy 57-14

Manu Tuilagi was rampaging around to telling effect as England defeated 57-14

ENGLAND RATINGS

Elliot Daly 7Sizzling break to set up May's try and untroubled by in defence. One misplaced kick but classy throughout.

Joe Cokanasiga 8: Too much power for and offloading threat could add an extra dimension as England build towards World Cup. Question marks about his defensive reads though.

Manu Tuilagi 8: Quiet in Cardiff. Looked lean and mean here beating three men for first-half try, setting up the Shields score and powering over in second half.

Ben Te'o 7: Solid return after injury-strewn season. A favourite of Jones's but still questions about the side's midfield balance no matter how many tackles he makes.

Jonny May 7: A 13th try in 14 games and overtook Josh Lewsey to go seventh on England's all-time list.

Owen Farrell 7: An easy ride behind a dominant pack. Near faultless kicking and made some solid hits in defence.

Joe Cokanasiga is a freakish asset and Jonny May was right to say he had 'the world at his feet'

Joe Cokanasiga is a freakish asset and Jonny May was right to say he had 'the world at his feet'

Ben Youngs 7: Will become England's most capped scrum half against Scotland and his 84th Test appearance was a lively one. Couldn't halt Allan for 's try.

Ellis Genge 7: Faces a straight shoot-out with Ben Moon for one

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