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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

2017 Six Nations: Best of social media from Round Two

Round two of the 2017 Six Nations brought three very differnt games of rugby. Italy were embarrassed by the Irish in Rome, France snatched victory against Scotland in a scrappy game in Paris and England continued their unbeaten run after a dramatic night in Cardiff.

But aside from the action off the pitch, let's take a look at how social media reacted to round 2.

Firstly, here's what the table looks like after the second weekend of the tournament.


There were a few surprise supporters coming from the Premier League.

Former England back row Nick Easter gave some insight into the dramatic game in Cardiff.

And here is Will Greenwood's personal weekly Twitter round up.

But who knew Chris Robshaw was good friends with Jack Whitehall?

Pre show, rugby party with @jackwhitehall & @douglasbooth #engvswales #wembley

A photo posted by Chris Robshaw (@chrisrobshawrugby) on Feb 11, 2017 at 10:52am PST

And Wales legend Mike Phillps was spotted in the crowd in Cardiff.

Wallaby legend Matt Giteau wasn't on England's side...


It's hard to explain this one, but it may have something to do with TV show The Jump.

Huge game of rugby today as England take on Wales in Cardiff!! Friends become enemies for 80 minutes ????????

A photo posted by Jason Robinson (@jason15robinson) on Feb 11, 2017 at 1:41am PST

Wales number eight Ross Moriarty was grabbing some unusual attention...

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan recognised the influence of Eddie Jones.

And here is some cheeky bare chest action from James Haskell and Nathan Hughes.

Now that was a proper test match!

A photo posted by James Haskell (@jameshask) on Feb 11, 2017 at 11:47am PST


But the French were gracious in victory.



Ireland back row CJ Stander became the first forward in history to score a Six Nations hat trick.


You catch up on the official match highlights here:
Italy vs Ireland | Wales vs England | France vs Scotland

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