England have produced a dream start to their Guinness Six Nations clash with France at Twickenham after scoring a try with just over 60 seconds on the clock.
A Ben Youngs box kick handed possession to the French after the away side kicked off the game.
However, as Les Bleus were beginning to go through the phases to set up the first attack of the game, the ball was knocked on midfield.
From the broken England possession, the ball was spread wide to Elliot Daly who produced a dizzying run before kicking into an exposed France backfield.
Jonny May beat the French covering defenders and all he had to do was place a hand on the ball which had drifted over the line.
Elliot Daly 👏👏👏!
— Virgin Media Sport (@VMSportIE) February 10, 2019
TRY! 66 seconds and May finishes off a great break from Daly pic.twitter.com/L7bKlewdGX
— ITV Rugby (@ITVRugby) February 10, 2019
The current score is 11-3 to England after Farrell notched two penalties to the unconverted try while Morgan Parra got one back for France.