WATCH: Highlights of some of the best moments in the England game

WATCH: Highlights of some of the best moments in the England game

Robbie Henshaw’s try, a monster tackle from Jonathan Sexton and a clash of heads between Cian Healy and Dan Cole - check out some of the talking points from yesterday’s match.

Sexton’s crunching tackle on opposite number George Ford, which led to an Ireland penalty, was one of the key moments of the first half.

Robbie Henshaw’s first international try, and the only try of the game, was a thing of beauty.

Cian Healy and Dan Cole had a painful looking clash of heads in the second half.

And the two teams had very different reactions when the final whistle blew.

You can watch all the highlights on the RBS Six nations YouTube channel.

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