Wales winger Louis Rees-Zammit was denied what looked an incredible finish against France on Saturday night after Wayne Barnes ruled the ball was in touch.
The 20-year-old got the ball out wide in the 59th minute and dived for the corner to score what looked like one of the tries of the tournament at Stade de France.
Commentators Jonathan Davies, Eddie Butler and Brian Moore sung their praises for the young winger after scoring what looked like a potential Grand Slam-winning try for Wales.
However after referring to Barnes who was acting TMO, the ball was deemed to have made contact with the corner flag as Rees-Zammit dotted the ball down, and therefore the try did not count.
This was a pivotal moment in the game and in the end France stole a dramatic 32-30 win in Paris to end Welsh hopes of a Grand Slam. Full Match highlights are available below: