England’s globe record 18-match winning streak ended on this day in 2017 with a 13-9 defeat by Ireland.

Defeat in Dublin ended England’s bid for a second successive Six Nations Grand Slam.

Ireland overwhelmed England with their intensity and physicality as Iain Henderson’s initial-half attempt proved decisive.

England coach Eddie Jones mentioned he had not ready his group effectively immediately after their globe-record winning streak came to an finish in Ireland (Lorraine O’Sullivan/PA)

England coach Eddie Jones mentioned: “Anything was undesirable in the create-up for the reason that that is how we played.

“I take complete duty, I did not prepare the group effectively and we will react in the future.”

“It was a hard old game. One particular or two factors go your way and the game turns, it did not go our way currently.

“We did not operate tough adequate to get these possibilities and that takes place.”

Ireland v England - RBS 6 Nations - Aviva Stadium

England crowned 2017 Six Nations champions regardless of defeat to Ireland in Dublin (Lorraine O’Sullivan/PA)

Henderson’s attempt and eight points from the boot of Jonny Sexton place Ireland in command in front of a raucous dwelling crowd.

Owen Farrell kicked 3 penalties for an England side who had the consolation of retaining the Six Nations title.

With the win, Ireland completed in second location in the table, ahead of France and Scotland with a point distinction.

England’s 18-Test winning streak matched the globe record held by New Zealand.

By Editor