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Hape’s scores came in the first half but Georgia No.8 Dimitri Basilaia touched down just before the break and had fly-half Merab Kvirikashvili brought his kicking boots, the Lelos may have been ahead at the interval.
England’s superior fitness told in the second half with Ashton helping himself to his first career World Cup tries but Johnson was not a happy man at the final whistle.
“It wasn't good enough. If we're happy with those standards we'll go home early,” said Johnson.
“The guys need to be a bit more patient and trust our defence.
“I'm just a bit annoyed. There were lots of chances for us to do better. When we executed simply we made it easy but we just over-complicated it and the higher level you go the simpler it is.”
Captain Lewis Moody was less damning of his side’s performance – but also acknowledged that England must raise their game in the coming weeks.
“We made it hard for ourselves,” he said. "We gave away a lot of penalties, a lot of mistakes at the breakdown.
"Fair play to Georgia. They were physical as we knew they would be. We have some things to work on. But six tries – that's fair enough."