Scotland continue their 18-year wait for a win in Paris after narrowly losing against Paris last night.

The Scots took an early lead with a try from Scott Hogg, but France fought back to 13-5 with a bundling effort from Gael Fickou.

Feeding of scraps for the majority of the game, Scotland somehow managed to equal the scoring at 16-16 courtesy of a try from Tim Swinson.

It was a game marred by injuries as Captain Greig Laidlaw, John Barclay, his replacement John Hardie and Fraser Brown all hobbled off the pitch for Scotland.

It ended up in heartbreak for the Scots and jubilation for the French at the Stade de France as Camille Lopez converted his fifth penalty of the match to make it 22-16 in the dying embers.

It doesn’t get much easier for Scotland either as they face a tricky away match in Cardiff against Wales on the 25th of February, while France take a trip to Ireland on the same day.