How social media reacted to the fourth round of the Six Nations
Another exciting round of Six Nations matches took place this weekend with a whole host of Aviva Premiership Rugby stars coming to the fore.
Saracens’ Liam Williams, Northampton Saints’ George North, Exeter Chiefs’ Tomas Francis and Bath Rugby’s Taulupe Faletau all helped Wales to overcome Italy in Cardiff
Leicester Tigers’ Jonny May got England’s only try in the 22-16 defeat to France on Saturday while a Scottish trio of Aviva Premiership Rugby fell to in defeat in Dublin.
Here’s all the best social media reaction from the weekend.
Wasps’ Elliot Daly and Owen Farrell gave their reactions post-match.
— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) March 11, 2018
London Irish’s Gordon Reid looked for the silver lining after Scotland lost to Ireland.
— Gordon Reid (@GGreid87) March 10, 2018
Exeter Chiefs remain extremely proud of their international heroes.
— Exeter Chiefs (@ExeterChiefs) March 10, 2018
Saracens’ Owen Farrell captained England with club-mate Mako Vunipola as vice-captain.
— Saracens Rugby Club (@Saracens) March 10, 2018
And Leicester Tigers celebrated one of their winger’s grabbing England’s only try in Paris.
England close the gap to 3️⃣ with just 5️⃣ minutes remaining in Paris❗️ pic.twitter.com/VmGzkDUQRq
— Leicester Tigers (@LeicesterTigers) March 10, 2018
Bath’s Nathan Charles was looking forward to seeing Taulupe Faletau lead Wales out.
Excited for my first live 6 nations game today!! Looking forward to seeing @taulupe lead out Wales for the first time!! Heard Cardiff is epic on game day
— Nathan Charles (@NathanCharles2) March 11, 2018
And a famous Wallaby praised England’s attitude in defeat.
The way the @EnglandRugby handled defeat at the after party/dinner was outstanding .. Posed for pics & autographs with a smile.. Sincerely congratulated the french & vowed to get better collectively.. 👏🏼 👏🏼 #HugeRespect 🏴
— Matt Giteau 🇦🇺 (@giteau_rugby) March 11, 2018
Meanwhile, Saracens took huge pride in Welsh winger Liam Williams’ performance in Cardiff.
— Saracens Rugby Club (@Saracens) March 11, 2018