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England were not good enough says Brian Moore on Twitter

Published 03/10/2015

Anthony Watson briefly gave England hope, but they crashed out of the World Cup
Anthony Watson briefly gave England hope, but they crashed out of the World Cup

" England RWC - no excuses from me. In the end, we simply were not good enough. Good Night, and Good Luck" - former England hooker Brian Moore.

"Gutted for the boys, absolutely gutted - well played Australia... Favourites after this performance" - Danny Cipriani backs the Wallabies for the title.

"Lancaster should be given more time. Very young squad, continuity is vital. Patience needed" - Former England international Andy Goode says Stuart Lancaster should continue as coach.

"What a game! #ENGvAUS Well done @Wallabies #StrongerAsOne" - Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is quick to congratulate his side.

"Hats off to Australia, England very disappointing. #ENGVAUS #RWC2015" - World Cup winner Lewis Moody laments defeat.

"Landed and turned my phone on to endless abuse from French friends and not friends. So surprise has been spoilt. Watch it tomorrow" - former England centre Jamie Noon reveals France are revelling in England's misery.

"#AUS have been clinical. Foley having an absolute stormer! #ENGvAUS" - Former Wales star Shane Williams salutes Bernard Foley's 28-point haul.

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