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By Tom Fordyce
Chief sports author at Oita Stadium
As they dispatched old rivals Australia england are into the World Cup semi-finals for first time in 12 years.
2 first-half tries in four minutes from Jonny May on his 50th cap assisted establish a 17-9 half-time lead in front of a dramatic score from Marika Koroibete brought the Wallabies to within a point.
But prop Kyle Sinckler smashed through from Owen Farrells flat pass as England regained control, the fly-half landing 20 points along with his boot to crush Australian hopes until Anthony Watson applied the coup de grace with a late interception try.
It had been the greatest functionality of a World Cup of England if they have seldom been analyzed, the decision of coach Eddie Jones to start Farrell set up of George Ford vindicated by a seventh successive win over his home nation.
Four years back England were sent packing in the set stage from the tournament that they had been hosting with Michael Cheikas side.
But with the young back-row blend of Tom Curry along with Sam Underhill exceptional, this really was sweet bliss, a last-four meeting with New Zealand or Ireland at a weeks time the wealthy reward.
Australia came out quickly and battered away in the England defence, the men in white forced to 30 tackles in the first 3 minutes, Christian Lealiifanos penalty reflecting the premature balance of power.
However, after England had wasted overlaps from the resistance 22, they fell to stun the Wallabies.
First Farrell went with the defence extended before putting May Curry dedicated the previous guy, and left after Watson had made inroads down the best.
Farrell curled above the conversion and with English parties ringing across the scene Australia handed over a second priceless present.
David Pocock threw a naturally loose pass in midfield, Henry Slade accumulated, charged into area and kicked cleverly forward and May accumulated the bouncing ball to dive into the exact same little patch beyond the try-line.
After Slade strayed offside however Farrell surfaced one of his very own to reestablish the guide about the half-hour lealiifano brought it back to.
And there was real relief one of the support when a scrum penalty after a generally bullocking run from Samu Kerevi enabled Lealiifano to make it 17-9 at the period.
Australia had been down nine points to Fiji and then 15 into Wales in the group phase before charging again, and in minutes of the restart they had closed the gap to one point.
Winger Reece Hodge spotted space outside Slade and threw a pass to Jordan Petaia, also Koroibete came accelerating up on his interior before departing Elliot Daly for lifeless.
It was a try but England struck back in similar fashion.
Following a bad kick against the fighting Would Genia, England battered to over 25 metres prior to Farrells sweet apartment pass found Sinckler hammering like a runaway dumper-truck for his first international try.
Farrell created it 27-16 following the scrum splintered of Australia and then the defence held firm on their very own line despite Wallaby charges before Farrell twisted with two penalties.
With Australia 17 points down and time exercising, Watson picked off Beales desperate long pass in pursuit of Hooper, and England will celebrate a first win in knock-out rugby since 2007.
England head coach Eddie Jones:They came back in the second half and that we needed to locate ourselves. It was one of thosebring it on moments. We had to decide if go person or we were going to stick at it and I thought it was fantastic.
We are really enthusiastic about the semi-final. We havent been at our best yet and thats the struggle to determine how we can reach our very best.
England captain Owen Farrell:Australia created that a fantastic game. They attacked throughout however, that our boys did well in defence and was able to get some field position off the rear of it. When weve field place we can be dangerous, we know
We did exactly that which was needed. We had the direct and Australia threw everything at us. We wanted to play the match at our speed and we did this in the second half.
England scrum-half Ben Youngs:We trapped in there, the vital point was midway in the second half on our line when we pushed them back, pushed down them.
Were probably going in second gear in these first few matches, but we went through the gears today.
England: Daly; Watson, Slade, Tuilagi, May; Farrell (capt), Youngs; M Vunipola, George, Sinckler; Itoje, Lawes; Curry, Underhill, B Vunipola.
Replacements: Cowan-Dickie, Marler, Cole, Kruis, Ludlam, Heinz, Ford, Joseph.
Australia: Beale; Hodge, Petaia, Kerevi, Koroibete; Lealiifano, Genia; Alaalatoa, Latu, Sio; Arnold, Rodda; Naisarani, Hooper (capt), Pocock.
Replacements: Uelese, Slipper, Tupou Salakaia-Loto, White, Toomua, OConnor.
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