England player ratings against Uruguay
ALEX GOODE: Did little to show that he will put serious pressure on Mike Brown for the permanent full-back spot. 6 (out of 10).
ANTHONY WATSON: Once again showed that with his speed and footwork he is England's best wing. Two tries. 7.
HENRY SLADE: Impressive stuff from the Exeter centre, with a range of skills that make it baffling this was his only appearance of the tournament. 8
OWEN FARRELL: Steady performance at inside centre - but finally missed a kick. 6
JACK NOWELL: Looked fairly sharp - especially when Uruguay were tiring and grabbed a hat-trick of tries. 7.
GEORGE FORD: Is he better than Farrell at fly-half? The jury is still out after this game. 6
DANNY CARE: His sniping runs and timing of the pass caused plenty of problems. 7
MAKO VUNIPOLA: Uruguay struggled to cope with his sheer bulk and he made serious in-roads. 7
TOM YOUNGS: Suffered an injury in the first half and had to be substituted. 6
DAN COLE: Comfortable evening for the prop, never put under pressure. 6
JOE LAUNCHBURY: One of the few England players to emerge from the tournament with his reputation enhanced. 7.
GEOFF PARLING: Dominant in the line-out - in fact virtually unchallenged. 6.
JAMES HASKELL: A pretty miserable evening for the flanker who seemed to be trying too hard. Knocked on twice. 5.
CHRIS ROBSHAW: His last match as England captain? Probably, and will not keep this one in his video scrapbook. 6.
NICK EASTER: A remarkable hat-trick of tries for the 37-year-old. Who would have imagined that? Named man of the match. 8