WALES were crowned Six Nations champions after France collapsed to a late defeat against Scotland on Friday night.
Warren Gatland’s men were left heartbroken last week when a late collapse of their own in Paris cost them the Grand Slam.
And France’s dramatic late win over Wales opened the door for them to steal the Six Nations crown.
Les Bleus needed to beat Scotland by at least 21 points and score a bonus point to win the Six Nations title.
But they fell to a dramatic late 27-23 loss in Scotland’s first win in Paris for two decades.
That meant Gatland’s side wrestled back the Six Nations from last year’s winners England.
Friday night’s finale was supposed to be played in February but later cancelled and rearranged due to a Covid outbreak in the French camp.
FRANCE 23 SCOTLAND 20
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