By the last date of the Six Nations, France beat Ireland 35-27 in what was a real game and, in this way, none of those selected met the requirements they needed to meet. So, England got the title.
In ParisIt was a very attractive duel, which featured 7 tries. The first to hit would be the local team through a spectacular maneuver of Gaele fickou, who stopped her with a lot of football, threw magic at sheer speed and gave the try to the scrum half Antoine Dupont.
The answer, however, would come quickly, more precisely 12 minutes later. In his 100th match with the Ireland jersey, the pillar Cyan Healy He was going to take advantage of his power to support and give hope to his team, which needed to win by more than 6 points of difference to become champion.
And after an opening penalty Johnny sexton, again, the Gauls were going to get ahead on the scoreboard with two blows: first, a penalty try, and then, a spectacular conquest of the opening Romain Ntamack, who received from Dupont a masterful assistance.
The tries of Robbie Henshaw and Jacob StockdaleAt 60 ‘and 81’ respectively, they were only going to be anecdotal, since nothing would be enough for the Irish to win the Six Nations crown.
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