A shock to start this second day of the Six Nations Tournament.
The XV of Ireland received the XV of France in its entrance to the Aviva Stadium.
A match that turned to the advantage of the locals.
The Irish broke the invincibility of the Blues, thanks to a bonus victory 32 to 19. The French team of Fabien Galthié remained on 14 victories in a row.
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For more than 80 minutes, the Irish supporters kept singing and pushing their team.
More than 50,000 spectators were present in Dublin for this clash at the top, including 9,000 Tricolores fans according to France 2.
And some French fans, who had their places in this Aviva Stadium in Dublin, wanted to thank Sébastien Chabal.
A few weeks ago, the former third line of the XV of France was targeted for ticket trafficking for the World Cup in France.
He denied any involvement.
French fans were numerous in Dublin.