1. Joe Marler - 6
Made 6/6 in his tackles and was stable in the scrum.
2. Jamie George - 7
Carried well and was on the end of a try for England.
3. Kyle Sinckler - 6
Bit static going forward but stable in scrum.
4. Courtney Lawes - 6
Strong in defence with some big hits.
5. Maro Itoje - 6
Was a nuisance to the Tongan's, with 4 turnovers.
6. Tom Curry - 6
Work rate in defence admirable with 15 tackles. Few dropped balls but a good effort from the 21 year old.
7. Sam Underhill - 6
Made a nice break down the left wing in the first half but failed to convert. Work rate in his 54 minute stint was good.
8. Billy Vunipola - 7
Will be happy to get 80 minutes in the bank against a strong and physical team in Tonga. Matched up with his counterparts well going forward.
9. Ben Youngs - 6
Did his job controlling the game well.
10. George Ford - 7
England created chances with Ford at 10 and also controlled the game with his kicking to pin Tonga back.
11. Jonny May - 6
Didn't see too much ball in his 52 minute stint but got an assist and beat a few defenders.
12. Owen Farrell - 7
Kicked well from the tee.
13. Manu Tuilagi - 9
Great to see Tuilagi back to his best, took his 2 tries well and going forward showing great power. Some great running lines too.
14. Anthony Watson - 7
A couple dropped balls but made a superb break deep from inside his own half into the Tongan 22. Did look dangerous when on the ball.
15. Elliot Daly - 6
Assured performance from the back, denied a certain try due to a sloppy hands from Slade.
🏴 England 35-3 Tonga 🇹🇴— Ultimate Rugby (@ultimaterugby) September 22, 2019
Today’s match was in Sapporo which locates in the north of Japan.
The city is famous for sightseeing, you can enjoy gourmet like seafood and Ramen. Eddie Jones introduces the city in the video. Check it out!#TRYJAPAN #VisitJapan #RWC2019 #Sapporo pic.twitter.com/uiLONORJxo
16. Luke Cowan-Dickie - 6
17. Ellis Genge - 5
18. Dan Cole - 6
19. George Kruis - 7
20. Lewis Ludlam - 6
21. Will Heinz - 6
22. Henrry Slade - 5
23. Jonathan Joseph - 7