Leicester Tigers winger Jonny May was the star of the show as England claimed a narrow win against Wales to preserve their unbeaten start to the Six Nations.
May scored two first-half tries, the first set up by the excellent Owen Farrell and the second from Joe Launchbury, while Bath Rugby’s Sam Underhill made a tackle for the ages to deny Wales a try.
Elsewhere, Saracens winger Sean Maitland scored a try as Scotland got back to winning ways with a thrilling 32-26 win against France.
Here’s the best of social media:
Danny Care became England’s most capped scrum-half and Harlequins teammate Chris Robshaw was the first to congratulate him
— Chris Robshaw (@ChrisRobshaw) February 10, 2018
Bath Rugby winger Anthony Watson was also quick to pass on his congratulations
Leicester Tigers’ Ben Youngs was impressed by Underhill’s last-ditch defending…
Amazing effort from Sam Underhill 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
— Ben Youngs (@benyoungs09) February 10, 2018
….And so was Alex Corbisiero
World class defence that! 🌹 #6NationsNBC
— Alex Corbisiero (@AlexCorbs) February 10, 2018
Some great respect shown at full-time by opposing hookers
— Welsh Rugby Union 🏉 (@WelshRugbyUnion) February 10, 2018
There was plenty to like about Sean Maitland’s try for Scotland
— Danielle Fahiya (@TheWelshExotic) February 11, 2018
England v Wales was an energy-sapping contest
I am not physically fit enough to watch England v Wales.
— Hugh Laurie (@hughlaurie) February 10, 2018
Jonny May gave his seal of approval to the win
Lewis Moody predicts a classic when England visit Scotland
Well @Scotlandteam will be wondering where this form was last week. If they sort there away form. They will be real contenders
— Lewis Moody (@LewisMoody7) February 11, 2018