The Six Nations match between Scotland and France at Murrayfield was a nail-biter, with a TMO decision determining the final outcome. In the end, France emerged with a 20-16 victory, but the decision left fans frustrated as Scotland were denied a potential match-winning score in the last play of the game. Louis Bielle-Biarrey scored a try in the 71st minute, giving France the lead for the first time, followed by a conversion and three more points. Scotland had one final opportunity to win the match but ultimately fell short. The controversial decision led to outrage from Scottish fans while some sympathized with the match officials.