It's been said countless times, but might as well be said again: England's loss is Ireland's gain with Andy Farrell, after he and his coaching staff masterminded a historic fourth Grand Slam for his side.
After being cast away from the England set up after the disastrous 2015 World Cup, his work with Ireland has seen an incredible revival for Farrell, and he has flourished in his first head coach job.
Despite taking Ireland to no. 1 in the world, winning a series in New Zealand, and now leading them to the Slam, Farrell once agains showed off his endearing personality with a very humble post-match interview.
It's awesome, it's the fourth time we've ever done it.
It's so fitting to this group to win, on such an occasion, when it really mattered. And I know that it wasn't the best performance, certainly in the first half, but another bonus point win.
We've ground out a win against a very good England side, and all credit them, but very fitting for this group, especially on the weekend that it is, St. Patrick's weekend.
It's not about me, it's about the whole group
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Andy Farrell Gives Brilliant Post-Match Interview
"It's not about me, it's about the whole group."
It's a little bit about you, Andy!
What a job this man has done! 👏#IREvENG #GuinnessSixNations pic.twitter.com/05lrUPPsIh
— Virgin Media Sport (@VMSportIE) March 18, 2023
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"Honestly, you couldn't make it up," said Johnny Sexton after what was his last ever Six Nations game.
"It's like living in a dream, I'm actually worried that I'm going to wake up in the morning.
"We didn't play our best, but bloody hell what a team. What a group of coaches, they prepared us so well. We did nothing that they told us and did the exact opposite, we made things hard for ourselves. England are a top class team.
"To come here and get a win on St Patrick's weekend, it's unbelievable. What a day, unbelievable...
"We set out to win a Grand Slam at the start of the year, we had a Triple Crown last year and wanted to build on that. It came down to today, we talked about this day eight weeks ago."