Must be one of the worst displays of any French team after England humiliated them on Sunday with 44-8.
It could have been even worst if England kept the intensity of the first forty minutes in the second half.
From the first minute of the test England were in control and never really let it slipped. Johnny May scored a hat-trick of tries inside the first half-an-hour.
The French team never looked like they had any plan on attack, they failed in defence and they had no leader that led throughout the test.
To be honest it looked like boys against men for most of the test match.
England duly secured their second bonus-point victory in the Six Nations to move to the top of the table and set up a mouth-watering clash against Wales.
Tries: May 3, Slade, penalty try, Farrell
Cons: Farrell 3
Pens: Farrell 2
Yellow Card: Fickou