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‘Two best, two worst’ from France’s win against Scotland

Scotland’s 20-year wait for a victory in Paris goes on after France showed glimpses of their old flair to record a first win in this year’s Six Nations.

BEST PLAYERS:

France: ANTOINE DUPONT: The electric scrum-half seriously impressed in his first Six Nations start. A try assist combined with his general distribution and making 58 metres with the ball in hand made him our man of the match. He’s box office.


Scotland: BLAIR KINGHORN: Stepping in for the injured Stuart Hogg, the fullback made 106 metres from his 13 carries. He also made some great kicks out of hand.

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