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Bastareaud has scored five tries in 50 appearances for France
And they meet next.
Having started at first-five in Wales'Six Nations opening win over France in Paris, Anscombe was benched for his side's second round clash against Italy in Rome, coming off the bench in a tight 26-15 victory.
That advantage was increased to 36 points by the hour mark as England's kicking game continued to expose French frailties.
"All I know is that we are playing against the greatest Welsh side ever", he said.
But tries from substitute Botterman and O'Donnell effectively put the result beyond doubt and late scores from Bourdon and Menager were little consolation for the well-beaten visitors. We let France in during the second half but that only shows what a world-class side they are.
He lost possession which set England up for their first try inside the opening three minutes, the last thing a team thin on confidence and in a stadium they rarely win at required. "To score a try for your country is awesome and especially at Twickenham so I am very grateful and very lucky", he said. "The pressure was constant and we never managed to get out of that".
Winger Jonny May had a hat trick in the first half-hour.
That number was more than any England player totalled in the game and his two tackle breaks and four offloads were also top of the charts. "He does that pretty well". His dropped catch started the counterattack in which fullback Elliot Daly weaved into French territory and kicked ahead for May, who easily overtook the defense and pounced on the ball just 64 seconds in.
The home side thought they had opened the scoring in the fifth minute when full-back Sarah McKenna breezed past two opponents to touch down under the posts, but following an intervention from the TMO the try was ruled out after Poppy Leitch was penalised for blocking Menager in the scrum.
Farrell's conversion hit the post but England were 16-3 up. England bashed at the defense and Farrell passed out left to May, who stepped opposite Damian Penaud and was over.
His third was a far easier finish after Chris Ashton joined the kicking gang, nudging a ideal grubber into the same left corner to send Twickenham wild as England led 23-8 with less than half an hour gone. Starting with U8s tag rugby!
The irrepressible May bagged the first three and Henry Slade the fourth as England forged a remarkable 30-8 halftime lead. 'The Blues took a real lesson in rugby, cold and humiliating.
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