As Rugby’s Greatest Championship always does, Round Four of the 2019 Guinness Six Nations produced no end of talking points.
Wales kept their Grand Slam dreams alive by overcoming Scotland in Edinburgh, England put on a show at Twickenham as they defeated Italy and defending champions Ireland bested France in Dublin on Sunday.
Here’s the best of social media as the world reacts to Round Four.
Things got under way with Wales’ 18-11 win over Scotland and Wales hero Martyn Williams is already full of anticipation ahead of Round Five
Despite the result, Scotland’s still paid tribute to the BT Murrayfield faithful
Saturday’s showdown in Edinburgh helped support the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation to raise funds for research into a cure for Motor Neurone Disease – and the legendary Scotland and British & Irish Lions second row was thrilled with the support garnered at BT Murrayfield
It seems like Wales fans made the most of the opportunity to dress for the occasion as their side visited BT Murrayfield
And Wales head coach Warren Gatland has a message for his side’s supporters
On Saturday, England impressed as they ran out 54-14 winners over Italy.
Having racked up eight tries, Eddie Jones’ troops were watched on by one supporter who knows a thing or two about big numbers, having sold more than 45 million albums worldwide – none other than Ed Sheeran
The stars of the Guinness Six Nations all have causes close to their heart and England captain Owen Farrell took a moment to show respect to charity Joining Jack:
The table is finely-poised and Joe Marler, capped 59 times by England, still believes
And SAS: Who Dares Wins star Jason Fox raised a glass to England’s third win of the 2019 Championship
And Round Four was rounded off on Sunday afternoon as Joe Schmidt’s Ireland recorded a 26-14 triumph over France.
Former England star Jason Robinson was chuffed to see that his crystal ball is seemingly in working order
After a hard-fought success at the Aviva Stadium, Ireland’s stars were able to celebrate with loved ones
And singer Niall Horan has his fingers crossed that Ireland are heading in the direction of another Guinness Six Nations title