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Scotland vs France Six Nations result

In a match that kept fans on their toes until the very last second, Scotland narrowly missed out on victory against France in a gripping Six Nations contest that ended 20-16 in favor of the visitors. The game, described by Finn Russell as an "arm wrestle," saw Scotland and France exchanging blows in a tight encounter that could have swung either way.

Tactical battle

Scotland's performance was a testament to their resilience and team spirit, rallying from four points down with less than three minutes on the clock. The Scots were on the cusp of snatching a late victory, only for the TMO and on-field referee to decide against awarding a try that had the Murrayfield crowd holding its breath.

Stand out performances

The match was a tactical battle, with both teams showcasing their defensive prowess and attacking ambitions. Thomas Ramos played a pivotal role for France, his penalty kicks keeping the visitors narrowly ahead in a tightly contested second half. The game's turning point came from France's Louis Bielle-Biarrey, who scored a brilliant try, showcasing speed and agility to chase down his kick and score, putting France in the lead and ultimately securing the win.

Scotland's efforts

Scotland's efforts were highlighted by their strong defensive work and the ability to create scoring opportunities. Ben White's try for Scotland, a result of quick thinking and a fast-paced attack, briefly gave the home side the lead. However, France's strategic play and timely scoring, including a critical try by Gael Fickou, allowed the visitors to regain control and maintain their lead until the final whistle.

The match leaves Scotland with lessons to learn and positives to take as they prepare for their upcoming encounter against England. Finn Russell's closing thoughts emphasized the need for improvement and learning from the match's outcome, highlighting the team's belief in their ability to compete at the highest level.

Controversial try decision

Despite a contentious decision in the dying moments of the game that saw Scotland's potential winning try ruled out by the referee, the Scottish team displayed immense character and determination. Russell, reflecting on the match's conclusion, expressed his belief that Scotland had indeed scored a try in the final minutes. However, he acknowledged the referee's call, emphasizing the importance of focusing on securing victories without leaving decisions in the hands of officials.