Foley destroys England’s World Cup hopes

Bernard Foley scored 28 points to ensure England became the first hosts to exit at the pool stage of the World Cup on Saturday as Australia won 33-13.

The 25-year-old — who eclipsed Matt Burke’s 1998 record for points scored against England by an Australian — scored two tries with the rest coming from his boot.

The win guaranteed Australia and Wales qualify from Pool A for the quarter finals. They play next week to decide top place in the group.

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