BBC Sport - Six Nations 2014: France 26-24 England - reaction

Lancaster rues 'French flair'

Head coach Stuart Lancaster says England lost to "French flair" and his side "should have closed the game out" after a last-gasp try gives France a 26-24 victory in their opening Six Nations match in Paris.

The visitors were 16-3 down in the first-half but fought back to lead 24-19 with just four minutes left, until a late try from Gael Fickou gave the hosts victory.

Luther Burrell says scoring a try on his England try was "a fantastic moment", but admits he feels "hugely disappointed" with the result.

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