Elliot Daly scored England's winning try against Wales
Wing Daly dodged a tackle to cross over in the left corner after England’s pressure on the Welsh finally paid off.
Ben Youngs and Scott Williams each scored for their respective sides, with Wales seemingly set to edge it due to superior goal kicking.
But Daly popped up with the winning score to take Eddie Jones’ unbeaten streak as head coach to 16 games.
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England were first to cross the line midway through the first half minute when Ben Youngs finished off a barrage of pressure to score on the left.
But failure with the boot cost the visitors early on as both Owen Farrell and Daly both missed kicks.
And they were made to pay before the break as Wales cranked up the intensity with Williams collecting from Scott Williams to saunter through a gaping hole in the England line.
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Wales led in Cardiff for much of the game
Daly (right) scored with just five minutes left on the board
Farrell brought the scores to within two points when slotting through his second penalty of the day just before the hour mark, only for Leigh Halfpenny to restore the advantage.
Farrell booted through another three points but England’s chance looked to have gone up in smoke moments later when Dan Biggar intercepted a pass on his own try line to clear the danger.
But Daly popped up with the winning try, careering forward on the left and collecting a Farrell pass to cross over in the corner.