Murrayfield erupted with excitement as the crowd hoped to inspire the television match official. Scotland needed a try to secure victory, but it was ruled by the referee that the ball was held up. The decision was then handed to the TMO to review, but there was not enough evidence to overturn the ruling. It was a devastating blow for Scotland, who had played a dominant game but failed to convert their opportunities. France, on the other hand, capitalized on a moment of brilliance from Louis Bielle-Biarrey to snatch the win. Scotland now faces the challenge of beating England to keep their title hopes alive, while France revive their own title aspirations.