But teams nowadays really are using that 23 match-day squad mentality, particularly at the World Cup. You are probably talking 20 or 30 minutes now, which is a good chunk of the game, and the game is often in the balance at that time. I think that was after 30 minutes. Toomua jokingly lifted the lid on his time at Leicester and being around so many of the current England squad. He is a strong runner, passer, kicker and he has the left foot as well.
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England demolish Australia but All Blacks await in Rugby World Cup semi-finals - BBC Sport
Follow our live Rugby World Cup services for the duration of the tournament as we bring you the latest breaking news, views, injury updates and teams. Eddie Jones has braced England to face the most dominant team in the history of sport but is convinced New Zealand can still be dethroned in Saturday's World Cup semi-final. Jones points to the All Blacks' win percentage of 86 since lifting the Webb Ellis Trophy four years ago to support his view that they occupy a unique position despite competing in the Rugby Championship each year. A demolition of Ireland has set up a seismic showdown in Yokohama but Jones insists his quarter-final conquerors of Australia have the potential to seize greatness for themselves.
England beat Australia 40-16 to make Rugby World Cup semi-finals
You win a World Cup quarter-final by sticking 40 points on a team and people start talking - of what might be, of where all this might end. People look forward and people start to dream. Which is why the most important stuff that was said in the aftermath of England's win over Australia came from captain Owen Farrell, as he held his team in a huddle out on the Oita pitch long after the end of it all. It's 40 points - 40 points!
By James Dutton For Mailonline. And with that, we bid you good day. Stick with us, we'll be bringing you New Zealand against Ireland very shortly.