England beat France in sudden death of Autumn Nations Cup final

Twickenham, United Kingdom, Dec 6 (AFP/APP): England beat France 22-19 in sudden death of a dramatic Autumn Nations Cup final at Twickenham on Sunday. France, who saw full-back Brice Dulin score a fine first-half try, were leading 19-12 when, in the final minute of normal time, England replacement Luke Cowan-Dickie forced his way over their line from close range.

That sent the match into two extra-time periods of 10 minutes each, with the side scoring first the winners, and England captain Owen Farrell landed the crucial penalty five minutes into the second half.

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