Lancaster hails fantastic achievement
- From the section Rugby Union
England coach Stuart Lancaster says his team's 24-22 win over France at the Stade de France was a "fantastic achievement" and praises the character of his inexperienced side.
Lancaster singles out Tom Croft's match-winning try as "outstanding", and says not conceding points following Charlie Sharples' second-half yellow card was "crucial" to the victory.
The win saw England become the first side to win a Six Nations game in Paris since 2008.