Head coach of England, Eddie Jones, is defeated by world champions New Zealand

& # 39; It was a fantastic rugby game and we are clearly destroyed & # 39 ;: head coach Eddie Jones in England is defeated by world champions New Zealand

Jonathan Spencer for mailonline

Eddie Jones admits he & # 39; destroyed & # 39; is after the painful defeat of England by world champion New Zealand on Saturday.

England after 30 minutes on an impressive 15-0 lead at Twickenham, but the formidable All Blacks back brilliantly to win closely international autumn.

There was excruciating pain for the hosts at the end when Sam Underhill had ruled out a late attempt by the television contestant because Courtney Lawes was sidelined in the build-up.

England narrowly lost to world champion New Zealand in Twickenham on Saturday afternoon

England narrowly lost to world champion New Zealand in Twickenham on Saturday afternoon

Eddie Jones is & # 39; destroyed & # 39; left behind after the defeat of England by New Zealand

Eddie Jones is & # 39; destroyed & # 39; left behind after the defeat of England by New Zealand

Eddie Jones is & # 39; destroyed & # 39; left behind after the defeat of England by New Zealand

And after the fascinating meeting, the English head coach Jones had ruined the defeat badly before claiming that it was a good learning curve for his team.

& # 39; It was a fantastic rugby game and we are clearly destroyed, & # 39; said Jones.

& # 39; You take the good with the bad and you learn a lot and today we had chances to win the game, but we did not take them, they did, so they deserve to win the game.

"All the credit to New Zealand, it was a good fight for the test race that we will learn and improve."

Underhill & # 39; s unacceptable try-up leaves a bitter taste in the English team's mouth, but Jones refused to comment on the decision.

Sam Underhill thought he had won the game late for England, but his attempt was ruled out

Sam Underhill thought he had won the game late for England, but his attempt was ruled out

Sam Underhill thought he had won the game late for England, but his attempt was ruled out

After the match, Jones said: "I leave it to the match official who is responsible because he has the advantage of multiple cameras & corners & # 39 ;.

England had made a perfect start thanks to an attempt by Chris Ashton before Dylan Hartley added a second, which Owen Farrell easily turned around.

But the All Blacks Damian McKenzie scored their first attempt when the visitors reduced their deficit to five points in the break.

The backlog was further reduced when Beauden Barrett made a dropgoal and he became the hero of the visitors, bypassing a penalty of 20 minutes.

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