VIDEO: Fan’s hilarious reaction sums up all our feelings at the end of England v France

VIDEO: Fan’s hilarious reaction sums up all our feelings at the end of England v France

If you watched the nail-biting finish to England v France on Saturday night, then you can fully sympathise with this Ireland fan’s horrified reaction to the final moments of the game.

The French got the ball back after the 80 minute mark, meaning all they had to do was kick it out to end the game and make Ireland 2015 Six Nations Champions.

Instead, bafflingly, they chose to run the ball - with the English dangerously close to their try line.

“What the f*** are you doing France? France! Kick it out!” the fan roars at the telly, before going on to shout more instructions at the French and referee Nigel Owens.

Every Irish person who watched those agonising final few seconds understands his pain.

Warning: A lot of NSFW language.

Hat tip: Fintan Flannelly

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