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CONTENTSWe look back at how England got on in the Investec Internationalsengland mascotsCould you support England in the upcoming RBS 6 Nations?investec internATIONALSEngland's full back talks to Game On!ben fodentwickenstein's monsterWe make the perfect England player from some of the nation's bestHeaven in DubaiEngland 7s

Lewis Moody's men went 14-0 down in the first 20 minutes, with Hosea Gear and Kieran Read scoring tries for New Zealand, leaving themselves too much to do to catch the world's top side. However, after the disappointing start, England finished very strongly, with replacement hooker Dylan Hartley's try and Toby Flood's third penalty getting them to within seven points of the All Blacks on 65 minutes.England could not quite take advantage of having an extra man after Jerome Kaino was sin-binned, though Shontayne Hape came within inches of scoring in the final minutes as he was bundled into touch by Isaia Tovea. It was an encouraging display, but England left Twickenham disappointed they had let slip a chance to topple the All Blacks for the first time since 2003.England 16 New Zealand 26 Scorers:England: Try: Hartley; Con: Flood; Pens: Flood (3)New Zealand: Tries: Gear, Read; Cons: Carter (2); Pens: Carter (4)Attendance: 80,350Click here FOR MATCH HIGHLIGHTS