An Australian newspaper has come up with a pretty good response to England's 3-0 whitewash victory over the Wallabies.
After England wrapped up the series with a 44-40 win in Sydney, the Courier Mail newspaper decided a well-aimed dig after the Brexit vote would be the best way to try and stomach a series defeat that was masterminded by their own Eddie Jones.
-- Courier Mail Sport (@cmail_sport) June 25, 2016
The Brisbane newspaper has previous for this kind of thing.
Before the 2013-14 Ashes series Down Under the paper refused to use England paceman Stuart Broad's name or image in print - an apparent retaliation for him failing to walk in the previous series - and called on fans to ignore the "smug Pommy cheat".
Broad promptly took five wickets on the opening day of the Ashes series in Brisbane and walked into the press conference afterwards with a copy of the paper... we forget what happened in the rest of that series.