It was not to be for Ireland as France were too much for the away side in the second half, denying them the Six Nations crown.
The game finished 35-25 as France ran riot, meaning that England have been crowned this year’s Six Nations champions.
After a an early try from Antoine Dupont, Ireland hit back after 19 minutes with a try from Cian Healy who picked up his 100 cap this evening.
France were awarded a penalty try after Caelen Doris tripped up a French player as he was running towards the ball. Doris was also given a yellow card for his troubles.
Two penalties from Sexton kept Ireland in it, but it is the French who lead at the break 17-13.
Ntamack scored early in the second half to take the game away from Ireland. There was a glimmer of hope though for Ireland after Robbie Henshaw scored an impressive solo try to make it 28-20 after 62 minutes.
The game was sealed on 72 minutes after a wonderful chip kick from Ntamack which he caught himself and laid off to Vakatawa to finish the game off.
A late Stockdale try did make the scoreboard look a bit better, but it was too little too late for the Irish team.
Earlier in the day, England beat Italy 34 points to 5 in Rome and Scotland beat Wales 14 points to 10.
Full Time Score: France 35-27 Ireland #GuinnessSixNations #ShoulderToShoulder #TeamOfUs #FRAvIRE pic.twitter.com/hxj9hcQ2es
— Irish Rugby (@IrishRugby) October 31, 2020