It was a game for the ages that came down to the wire – and as the final whistle blew France’s 2021 Guinness Six Nations title hopes were still alive with Wales’s Grand Slam dreams dashed.
Brice Dulin crossed with the clock in the red to snatch a 32-30 victory for Les Bleus that means they can win the trophy when they play Scotland next Friday and we’ve run through the specific scenarios here.
By the time Dulin scored, France were down to 14 men after Paul Willemse’s sending off and Wales were reduced to 13 following two sin-binnings.
Romain Taofifenua, Antoine Dupont, Dan Biggar and Josh Navidi all crossed in a first half where there was nothing between the sides before Josh Adams and the boot of Biggar put Wales in control after the break.
But Charles Ollivon dotted down on 76 minutes and Dulin completed the turnaround with the final play of an all-time Championship classic. Here are the highlights.