Wales comeback to beat France

Wales cameback to defeat France 24-18 at Stade de France, Paris on Saturday. Wales are on track to record their first 6 Nations grand slam since 1978.

France lead 15-6 going into half-time after tries through scrumhalf Dimitri Yachvili and winger Aurelien Rougerie.

Welsh flanker Martyn Williams scored two tries in 6 minutes after the break. This gave Wales an 18-15 lead.

A dropped goal from Frederic Michalak brought the teams level at 18 all. With a penalty and a drop goal Wales were able to retain the lead and hang on to win the match.

Wales: Tries: Martyn Williams (2); Conversion: Jones; Penalties: Jones (3); Drop Goal: Jones

France: Tries: Dimitri Yachvili, Rougerie; Conversion: Dimitri Yachvili; Penalties: Dimitri Yachvili; Drop Goal: Michalak

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