Today is Ireland's biggest winning margin (14) against England since 2011, when they beat England 24-8 in the Aviva Stadium.— EK Rugby Analysis (@ek_rugby) March 20, 2021
Comfortably Ireland's best performance of the Andy Farrell era.#IREvENG
Never been happier to be proved wrong.— Definitely Not Richy Craven (@RichyCraven) March 20, 2021
My mood has been much improved.
Will miss CJ. As a player, as an ambassador of the sport but mostly as an earnest, off-key National Anthem singer#IREvENG
Where to begin with that performance?— The Loose Head (@TheLooseH) March 20, 2021
Henshaw outstanding, as were so many others.
The attack delivered what fans wanted to see for the last few weeks.
A slow opening ~15m, but what a recovery.
An absolutely thumping, impressive win.
And a fitting end for CJ.#IREvENG
First time since 1976 that England have won the wooden crown.— Siobhán Corcoran (@SiobhanCorc) March 20, 2021
Henshaw: “I’ll play scrum-half and both centres - be GRAAANNNND”— Aisling O'Connor (@aisling7) March 20, 2021
Everyone: 👌🏼☘️ #IREvENG
A most complete and accomplished performance that you’ll see from Ireland (minus the red card). After such a poor start to the championship, great to finish with three wins on the bounce. For me, Farrell still has critics to answer but it’s a start. #IREvENG #GuinnessSixNations— Kristian Ross (@Kristian7Ross) March 20, 2021
Have a feeling this match went the exact opposite to the way many Irish fans thought it would. Hopefully the doubters give the lads the credit they deserve. Robbie, Sexton, Murray, Earls, Conan, Hendo, Hugo... we got some luck but most importantly our plan worked #IREvENG— Harpin' On Rugby (@HarpinOnRugby) March 20, 2021