New Zealand media raised doubts that England will be able to stem the black tide when they meet next weekend in the semi-finals, and suggested the Irish defence must have been organised over pints of beer.
Rugby Australia chief executive Raelene Castle penned an open letter to Australian rugby fans the day after the quarter-final loss, saying "one of the main positions to resolve ... is the head coach".
'There is definitely more in us, ' England scrum-half Youngs said.
"And we have seen some improvements because of that processes in place, with our 18s winning and our 20's winning - or almost winning but performing really well".
"We have been doing a lot of work to make sure we understood from a market perspective who we think the right coaches could be for Rugby Australia and who might be available, and so that work has been done and continues to be done and so that will be part of the review process".
'That is the key - we have to keep improving.
Asked whether he will seek a return to top-level coaching, Cheika said: "I don't know, I haven't thought about it to be honest". So I found that a little bit hard at times, yeah. We will tidy up some of those areas.
But while Barrett, wings Sevu Reece and George Bridge were irresistible, the Irish squandered several chances to score with mistimed passes and were not clinical enough when they did get chances in the New Zealand 22.
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"For all the passion he brought to the Wallabies coaching job, he brought no real order to their game, no tight framework they could fall back onto when England began to apply the screws", added Smith. Look back at South Africa in 2018, Scotland in the Six Nations, there have been times when we've been under the cosh and allowed cheap points.
"We knew if they got away there, they're a front-running team".
As England move firmly into the tournament's business end, Youngs says that a summer spent together is reaping benefits.
"You can go out there and have an awesome backline and win games through them, or you can punt the ball up the tight five's jumper and play that way".
'So that when it gets tough, you can trust your mates. "There is always a better samurai around the corner". It was a tremendous defensive effort.
Writing for the New Zealand Herald, Gregor Paul said there was nothing quite like the All Blacks when they "find their sweet spot and mix beauty and brawn in a heady concoction that probably gets somewhere close to being how the gods want the game to be played".
'No-one tried to solve it on their own.
Youngs, meanwhile, paid tribute to dynamic England flankers Tom Curry and Sam Underhill, who dominated Australia's revered back-row double act of David Pocock and Michael Hooper.