By Chris Foy for the Daily Mail
Published: 22:42 GMT, 2 February 2020 | Updated: 23:00 GMT, 2 February 2020
The Six Nations kicked-off this weekend with a thrilling round of fixtures, as Ireland, France and Wales got off to the perfect start.
Our team of the week is packed with Frenchmen after a powerful display against a stuttering England, but there were many others that caught the eye.
We picked out the moments that defined this weekend's clashes...
Our team of the week (below) is packed with French players after their England triumph
It was excruciating to watch Stuart Hogg’s fumble in Dublin as the realisation dawned on the Scotland captain that there was no point bluffing. He celebrated, unconvincingly, then a blush gave him away, before a curse when the referee asked for a review. In this era of multi-camera scrutiny, Hogg could not escape the truth.
Stuart Hogg was left with nowhere to hide after his fumble against Ireland on Saturday
Wales scrum-half Tomos Williams delivered a performance of remarkable sorcery in the victory over Italy. On several occasions, the 25-year-old Cardiff Blue did a passable impression of a Fijian, with his one-handed carrying and slaloming runs — and a one-handed catch above his head that showed