The Wallabies Rugby World Cup dream came to an end with a disappointing loss to old rivals England, which will see the end of some of Australian players careers.
England captain, Owen Farrell controlled England's game from the five-eight position by setting up and contributing to three of England's tries. His impeccable kicking added 20 individual points and at full time had a perfect sis from six goals.
David Pocock and Michael Hooper attempted to hold out the strong British attack from the two Kamikaze Kids, but they were determined to hold their own against two of the favorites of the game.
The Wallabies held the majority of possession but were out classed with a 4-1 try count, with Australia not embracing enough opportunities at the beginning of the second half right on their line.
England led 17-9 at half time and Australia conceding 18 turnovers and making many handling errors, resulted in a 40-16 loss.
Australia's limited framework contributed no real order to the their game and England's kicking game eventually unraveled the Wallabies ball in hand approach.
Australian captain Michael Hooper was clearly disappointed at the post match interview stating "We emptied everything into this and we didn’t get it. So that’s pretty gutting… because we have a lot of guys who are leaving."
England now progress to the first semi-final and will play the winner of New Zealand and Ireland.