Ireland produced a superb display to stun England 19-9 in their Six Nations clash at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Sunday.
After a tense first half which saw both sides squander decent chances, Stuart Lancaster eventually saw his side’s hopes of a Grand Slam well and truly dashed after the restart with centre Robbie Henshaw crossing in the 52nd minute.
This win sees Jonathan Sexton’s team-mates hold a two point lead over England ahead of their next game against Wales on March 14.
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