WATCH | England arrive home to applause, but with 'nothing to declare' ...

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Eddie Jones (Getty Images)
Eddie Jones (Getty Images)

Cape Town - The England rugby team have arrived home to applause at Heathrow following their runner-up finish at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.

Eddie Jones' men touched down in London having lost 32-12 in the final to the Springboks last Saturday.

Despite having 'nothing to declare' at customs, supporters flocked to the airport to give their heroes a warm welcome.

READ | Jacques Nienaber to take over from Rassie Erasmus as Springbok coach?

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