England cruise past Scotland to retain Six Nations crown and equal New Zealand's record unbeaten run

Jonathan Joseph’s hat-trick of tries helped a rampant England retain the Six Nations title with one match to spare, and Dylan Hartley’s men now go to Ireland next Saturday aiming to complete a first back-to-back Grand Slam since Will Carling’s side of 1991 and 1992 

It is the first time England have captured the Championship in successive seasons since 2000 and 2001, and in doing so they equalled New Zealand’s world record of 18 winning Test matches on the spin, with 17 of them under Australian head coach Eddie Jones.

It may not yet be the sustained pomp  of 1991 to

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