In a defining match to determine the winner of the Six Nations 2021 edition, France received Welsh and he beat him on the last play to snatch the Grand Slam from the Dragon and continue with chances in the European tournament. It was a 32-30 win at the Stade de France and have a chance to fight for the title against Scotland.
The first half started in an electrifying way. By the 20th minute, there had already been two tries per side, Romain Taofifenua and Antoine Dupont for the French side and Dan Biggar and Josh Navidi for Wales. High-flying rugby slowed down towards the end of the first 40 minutes and the score at halftime ended tied at 17.
The final stage was equally entertaining and entertaining, but the main protagonist was the TMO. At first, the referee upheld a dubious try by Josh Adams after reviewing the decision with the video judge. In the second instance, France had managed to reach the Wales ingoal, but after reviewing the play, it was determined the annulment of the conquest and the red to Paul Willemse for foul play. However, the French team attacked in the end and thanks to the tries of Charles Ollivon at 777 ‘and Brice Dulin at 81’ he took away the Grand Slam from the Dragon and remains with chances.
Now, France will need to defeat Scotland with a bonus point next Friday and with a difference of 21 points to become champion.