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Where do you consider England's traditional strengths lie? That's right, the set-piece, the less than glamorous areas on which success is founded. Where did it go wrong for England yesterday when the outcome hung in the balance, midway through the second half? That's right, the set-piece or, with regard to the scrum, the lack of it.
His eye an egg, Chris Robshaw convinced as the vanquished captain, but looking around the pitch at the close, having briefly led the best team in the world, there was vindication as well as the scars.
England coach Stuart Lancaster hails young team's progress towards next World Cup
Hosts fought back from a 14 point deficit to lead but wing Savea bagged two tries to earn gruelling victory
The Northampton Saints player had already been ruled out of this weekend's clash with New Zealand
A look at the side which will line-up against the 2011 World Cup winners at Twickenham on Saturday
England's young fly-half will have to nail his kicks and cramp the style of his opposite number Dan Carter
The humbling turn of events played out for the men in black before a disbelieving Twickenham a year ago will play no part in their preparations
The current World Cup holders are out for revenge after losing this fixture a year ago but Robshaw wants to turn home stadium into a place to fear for opposition
Who stepped up and who underachieved against Argentina at Twickenham
England's coach needs a settled spine to his team for the coming challenge but questions remain over the No 9
Argentina are exploring the four corners of the earth. Since late summer the Pumas have roamed the southern hemisphere, to South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. Now it is time for the northern hemisphere, the air miles ticking ever upwards.
The good and bad was served up in 19-19 draw at Welford Road
Lead changed hands on multiple occasion before the Kiwis put their foot down to clinch Rugby Championship glory
The Rugby Football Union have confirmed that New Zealand would be the team launching next year's autumn series at Twickenham – the last round of cross-hemisphere matches before the home World Cup in 2015 – and presented it as headline news.
Springbok hooker is sent-off for a second yellow card after high tackle on Carter could rule him out for the rest of the tournament