- Final score: France 13-15 Ireland
- Johnny Sexton clinches victory with monster drop-goal
- Full-time score: Wales 34-7 Scotland
- Leigh Halfpenny scores two tries in a 24-point haul
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41 phases Ireland put together before that magnificent Sexton drop-goal. Probably more than Scotland managed in 80mins against Wales!
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What an endgame in Paris. Nerves of steel from Ireland.
Here it is again.
Johnny Sexton catches it as clean as a whistle to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.
France scored the only try of the game, but in the end it counted for nothing.
Teddy Thomas' second-half score looked to have won it for the hosts, but it was cancelled out by a moment of magic from one Johnny Sexton.
Let's relive that that roller-coaster, twisting, turning final 10 minutes.
First, France's sucker-punch that seemed to be a knockout...
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One thing that today reminded us was how hard it is to win on the road in the Six Nations.
In last year's tournament, if you exclude Wooden Spooners Italy, England's victory over Wales was the only time an away team won.
Former Ireland captain on BBC Two
In some ways it's better for Ireland to come through with a victory like this.
It'll do wonders for their self-belief.
Former Lions and England centre on BBC One
It was a miracle kick, but they need to do more as they are predictable. They are going to struggle if they don't move on.
Paul Hawkins: Final seconds, pouring down, shades of Jonny Wilkinson in the world cup final. Amazing drop goal from another Johnny.
Rachel McCann: Get in! What a finish...
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Ireland's Johnny Sexton on BBC One:
"All our goals would've crumbled if we'd lost.
"To be honest, my mind was going back to a couple of years ago in a game against Treviso, in almost an identical situation.
"I don't think we could've gone on another couple phases, but we got there in the end.
"It says a lot about the management and that we've got some good characters in the team because it looked like it might be deja vu. This year we had a chance and we took it thankfully."
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Ireland full-back Rob Kearney, speaking on BBC One: "It is quite incredible, we probably got out of jail a bit. It is massive for Johnny Sexton, he puts a huge amount of work in. He would have been feeling bad about the missed penalty.
"France have had a poor year, but when you play them here you know they are going to be special."
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Daniel Chapman: What a tale of two very different matches.
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There were two titanium-nerved moments from Johnny Sexton in that final long-range drive for the France line remember.
Before the drop-goal, but with the clock in the red, he had the belief and trust in his skills to put a cross-field kick across to Keith Earls.
A clutch player for the crunch moments.
One failed drop-goal in the first half from Johnny Sexton, but his second sailed through the sticks.
IT WAS HUGE.
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Anna: What an ending
Fraser Yorston: INCREDIBLE GAME!!!! Dull 1st half and a mediocre performance by both sides! Oh how that match came alive!
Dai Trembath: Talk about coolness under pressure, take a bow Sexton