England center Piers Francis has been cited for a unsafe tackle on Will Hooley in his side's 45-7 victory over the United States in a Rugby World Cup match on Thursday. John Quill reacts after being sent off for a high tackle on Owen Farrell.
England could incur the wrath of the disciplinary process themselves after Piers Francis was cited for clattering into Will Hooley in Thursday's 45-7 victory over the USA.
They next play France, in Kumamoto on October 6, with Kefu's men looking to emulate the Tonga team that stunned "Les Bleus" 19-14 at the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand - a tournament where the French reached the final before losing to the All Blacks.
However, the governing body also criticised refereeing standards after the opening weekend of the tournament, following complaints over a number of incidents.
"We leave that up to the referee", Jones said.
Daly, who started the Pool C wins against the US and Tonga, insists the motivation when attempting a tackle must be always be to ensure they are legal regardless of the game's quest to reduce concussion.
"I guess we were fortunate enough to get one on the scoreboard and I'm proud of the effort", said United States of America captain Blaine Scully.
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Argentina's lock Matias Alemano (L) reacts in a scrum during the Japan 2019 Rugby World Cup Pool C match between Argentina and Tonga at the Hanazono Rugby Stadium in Higashiosaka on 28 September 2019. "You don't mean to hit people there if you do hit them there", Daly said.
'But we'll be focusing on ourselves mostly just to try to get our game up to where we want it to be'.
Argentina's other playoff rivals, France, next face the U.S. on Wednesday, a game they should win comfortably.
"They're fitter than they ever have been and that's a great thing for the World Cup, because we've got these tier-two countries fighting hard and it's producing some great rugby".
Unsafe tackles have been a major talking point at this World Cup, while there has always been a perception that Tier Two nations such as Tonga rarely have refereeing decisions go their way.
"We've had 10 weeks together before this World Cup and we had about six games".
"Some of us have never played against Tier 1 teams before, so what we need to do in this game is maintain our level and, if possible, improve on it".