France earned their second win of the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations with winger Rémy Grosso the standout performer for Les Bleus.
Despite some late nerves, the French held on for a deserved 22-16 win over England, scoring a penalty try as well as 12 points from the boot of Maxime Machenaud.
And it was Grosso who was a constant thorn in the English side, making ground at regular intervals down the left wing and putting France in position to score.
Handed only his second cap last time out against Italy, Grosso produced another fine outing at Test level against England as France made it two wins on the trot.
His 110 metres with ball in hand were the most of any player on the pitch, and he also chipped in with two clean breaks, six defenders beaten and a couple of offloads.
Add in four tackles and none missed, and it was an impressive display from the Clermont winger, who has carried his domestic form onto the international stage.