1. Joe Marler: 8
Much better performance here than in Salta, scrummaged well again and showed great hands in the loose.
2. Rob Webber: 8
Second half try capped another good game for the Bath man. Threw himself into tackles and is growing in confidence with every game.
3. David Wilson: 6.5
Quiet overall but played his part in England’s dominance at the scrum. Always had the upper hand over his opposite number but a few penalties conceded tainted an otherwise solid performance.
4. Joe Launchbury: 8
Followed up a great performance with another impressive outing. 18 tackles gives you an idea of Launchbury’s contribution. As reliable as ever in the lineout. Fast becoming a key-player for Lancaster.
5. Dave Attwood: 7
A strong 20 metre gain in the first half caught the eye and he replicated his reliability in Salta throughout. Certainly is capable at this level and will provide Staurt Lancaster food for thought come the Autumn.
6. Tom Wood: 7.5
Unspectacular but effective from the captain. Great defensive work, as usual. Staking a strong claim to make the number six shirt his own.
7. Matt Kvesic: 9
The Gloucester man looks very comfortable at this level and has vindicated the anticipation garnered ahead of his international breakthrough. His work at the breakdown was crucial in swinging momentum England’s way. It will be fascinating to see what happens when Robshaw is available again after an eye-catching series.
8. Ben Morgan: 7
Not the same high-quality performance as in Salta but went about his business well. Looks to have adjusted back to international level with ease.
9. Lee Dickson: 7
As England’s dominance grew, Dickson was able to produce a decent supply to Burns which opened up Argentina. Despite doing little, if anything, wrong, his last two starts haven’t particularly enhanced his long-term England chances.
10. Freddie Burns: 7.5
His beautifully weighted kick pressured Argentina’s Martin Bustos Moyano into conceding five metre scrum which led to a penalty try. A nervy start in the absence of Twelvetrees but grew in confidence and guided England to dominance then on.
11. Marland Yarde: 8
Intelligent run on the blindside lead to maiden international try. Flourished against a tired Argentina towards the end and a second try capped a memorable debut.
12. Kyle Eastmond: 8.5
Showed tremendous running power and evasiveness while beating five tacklers on his way to a superb try. His chase to force the five metre scrum which produced the first try proved a pivotal point in the match.
13. Jonathan Joseph: 7
Ran hard lines but came up against stiff opposition in the midfield but he can be pleased with his contribution in the series.
14. Jonny May: 6.5
Showed plenty of enthusiasm after late inclusion in starting lineup but attacking opportunities were very limited. A solid debut.
15. Mike Brown: 6.5
Slightly better than in Salta, showing plenty of attacking intent and gaining a lot of ground but he will feel his full-back rivals breathing down his neck after a quiet tour.
Richard Wigglesworth showed good vision supplying Yarde on the blindside, allowing him to score and seemed to increase the tempo on his introduction. The only replacement to make a real impact.
Stephen Myler had little time to impose himself on the game but he showed some good passes in his brief appearance.
David Paice, Paul Doran-Jones and Henry Thomas once again maintained England’s dominance in the scrum.
Ben Foden, Billy Vunipola and Courteney Lawes made little to no impact on proceedings.
By Rich Elkins