England secured a thrilling 16-14 victory over Wales in the Six Nations, and here are the key takeaways from the match. The game was scrappy and lacked fluency, but it didn't disappoint in terms of drama. Ben Earl and Fraser Dingwall scored tries for England, while Alex Mann, Tommy Reffell, and Adam Beard showed Welsh resilience. England's bench and defense made a significant impact, while the Welsh midfield and back three lacked penetration. The match also highlighted Welsh pragmatism, English errors, Wales' excellence at the breakdown, and the effectiveness of England's defense and bench.