Daly urges players to back their tackle technique

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Quill received the first red card of the tournament for a brutal shouldercharge on England's Owen Farrell, which started an all-in melee but luckily did not cause any serious damage to the English flanker.

Professional provocateur Piers Morgan has again enflamed the social media masses by claiming that England's Rugby World Cup win against the US confirms that rugby players are tougher athletes than their National Football League counterparts.

That they failed to add to their score in the second half will be of some concern, however, as the twice World Cup semi-finalists head into their clash with pool leaders England in Tokyo next weekend.

"We wanted to start well but we gifted them some easy tries in the first half which made it hard for us to come back", Piutau said.

So far, the Rugby World Cup has been overshadowed by the issue of high tackles, beginning with Reece Hodge's hit on Peceli Yato during Australia's win over Fiji.

The more fancied Argentina capitalised on some Tongan handling errors in the first half to race to a quick lead and resisted a courageous fight-back from the underdogs in an entertaining match at the Hanazono Rugby Stadium.

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The officials may have missed the incident but United States of America coach Gary Gold called for it to be reviewed while former World Cup victor Lawrence Dallaglio said on ITV: 'He has got away with one there'.

"You're seeing the tier-two countries much better physically prepared", England's head coach said.

With a four-day turnaround after their opening Pool C victory over Tonga, coach Eddie Jones rang the changes with 10 new picks but was rewarded with seven tries in humid conditions at a packed Kobe Misaki Stadium. "We've got to be good enough to execute in those important moments".

"Whatever way it goes, we'll support the decision by World Rugby". "Jack is world class as well, so to get two players of that standard, raising the standard of everyone around them, having those options available is brilliant at this stage".

'But we'll be focusing on ourselves mostly just to try to get our game up to where we want it to be'.

"Some of us have never played against Tier 1 teams before, so what we need to do in this game is maintain our level and, if possible, improve on it".

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