France come from behind to secure a 23-17 victory over Scotland in the Six Nations on Sunday.
France recovered from 10-0 down to record a 23-17 victory over Scotland in the Six Nations on Sunday afternoon.
Scotland found themselves 10-0 ahead early on after a try from Stuart Hogg and a Greig Laidlaw conversion and penalty, before France fought back with Wesley Fofana and Pascal Pepe leading the charge.
Scotland found a 17-13 lead early in the second period after a Lee Jones try and a Duncan Weir conversion, but Maxime Medard and Morgan Parra took the French into a 20-17 lead with 15 minutes to play.
Lionel Beauxis extended France's lead to 23-17 late on, with Scotland unable to turn things around.