Lancaster happy with England Rugby Team’s progress

Stuart Lancaster, the head coach of the England Rugby Team has hailed the progression of his star studded team after they won all of their last four matches. His side overcame the challenge of the Barbarians as well as beating a South American Select XI before going on to record a 2-0 test series win over the Argentina Rugby Team. According to Lancaster, one of his major objectives was to win all of the four matches on the tour and he is pleased to have achieved that objective.

He went on to add that the second objective he had for the England Rugby Team was to look at developing options for the team and increase his selection headache and according to Lancaster, that objective has been achieved as well. England overcame the challenge of Argentina 51-26 in the second test of the series to record their first series win against the Pumas in as many as 32 years away from home.

The England head coach also mentioned that in terms of the evolution of the team, the tour has been extremely critical. He mentioned that the objective of brining in so many young players on the tour was for them to get some experience and according to him, they have developed a lot on the tour and the England team can now boast of having a lot many leaders on the pitch, which will hold the team in great stead in the future as they prepare for the Rugby World Cup 2015 at home.

Lancaster stated that he is now looking forward to the autumn internationals after his England Rugby Team achieved seven wins out of eight in the last few months and the clean sweep against the Pumas has also added a lot of confidence to the players in the team.