The try has been awarded!
England have the bonus point and the crowd erupt. They know this is a fortunate result for England, they didn't play great but they got the result they were after.
Farrell has the final kick of the match and slots the conversion from right in front.
FINAL SCORE: ENGLAND 35 FIJI 11
Herald rugby expert Wynne Gray says:
Red jerseys, drizzle, hosting pressure of the World Cup; whatever it was England did not impress with their opening performance. Fiji as well will rue a lost chance.
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Herald rugby report Gregor Paul at Twickenham:
If England can progress, they have a huge advantage: the volume was probably only at half on opening night and that was almost deafening as it was.
Fijian captain Akapusi Qera: We still believe we can do it. It was a good England side, they had the home advantage and they played well today. We will look at our mistakes, pick up some positives from this game and prepare for Australia.
Stuart Lancaster: It was a nervy performance wasn't it? I thought Fiji were excellent. They really made it hard work for us. They got to the ball and made it difficult for us in the contact areas. We wanted to get the win but were delighted to get the bonus with the late try, a really big moment in the game.
Lancaster: We know we need to be better than that against Wales next week. We made some changes in the second half and I think the bench made a big difference for us and we did really well to get that last try.
Lancaster: We have to improve on that performance, but credit to Fiji too, they were excellent.
From Patrick McKendry at Wembley: One of the themes of an impressive and touching opening ceremony was “giants of the game“and maybe the officials need to a quiet reminder said giants should be the players.
PM: Fiji, though, with elements of the big crowd beginning to chant for them, refused to give up. The constant stoppages after the break probably helped them, although England didn’t help themselves with an inability to spot space when it was available.
Wynne Gray: England wanted to strangle and stifle Fiji, choke them into the manicured turf with the supposed technical advantage from their pack. A bonus point 35-11 England victory looked impressive but it was a massively deceptive result.
Gray: While we had been warned there would be extra vigilance from referees, the sideline intervention from Jaco Peyper’s assistants often seemed irrelevant. Even he seemed to be looking for all sorts of illegalities in a sport which demands physical supremacy.
From Gregor Paul at Wembley: Opening night didn't suggest England are on track as a serious contender, but it did confirm they are going to put on an extraordinarily good World Cup.
GP: It's the size and energy that's going to make this one special: it's shaping as a tsunami tournament, a big wave of humanity determined to celebrate rugby from now until November 1.
Twickenham is going to be the perfect centrepiece: it's towering stands, immaculate pitch and it's rightful place as the home of rugby making it a theatre like no other.
GP: The opening ceremony hit the right tone: short, lively and not in any way extravagant. Homage was paid to a handful of legends, there was a reminder that this is where the game started and a well delivered, thoughtful speech from Prince Harry. Sadly for England, that's where things peaked.
Thanks for joining is this morning, I hope you enjoyed our live coverage. Make sure you tune in again on Monday morning as we cover the All Blacks taking on Argentina from 3.15am. Following the match we will also be hosting a Live Chat with Herald rugby expert Wynne Gray, where he will field your questions. See you all then.