France suffered their first defeat of the U20 Six Nations against England's U20s last night.
A resounding 22-6 victory was made all the more impressive for England as this was considered one of their tougher away-ties of the tournament.
However, the result does not come without an asterisk - namely, that two French players (Hassane Kolingar and Pierre-Henri Azagoh) were jointly sent-off for a horrendous tip-tackle late in the game.
With England looking in a good position at the breakdown, Fraser Dingwall was lifted by Kolingar and Azagoh and thrown down to the floor head-first.
Thankfully, Dingwall was not left seriously injured by the incident which you can see below.
Quitte à perdre le match autant le faire avec style. Double carton rouge. La France toujours dans l'innovation. pic.twitter.com/jtFH4M7nEA
— greub🐑 (@greub1) March 9, 2018
The U20 Six Nations now appears to be a two-way fight between France and England with only one round of games remaining.
With Ireland's U20s due to face England next week, Ireland's could elevate themselves into second, or potentially the winners' slot, with a win.