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Summary

  1. Wales beat England 21-13 to go top of Six Nations table
  2. Two late tries secure Wales record 12th successive win
  3. Adams and Hill score as hosts fight back to win
  4. Curry try gives England 10-3 half-time lead
  5. Wales full-back Liam Williams named man of the match

Live Reporting

By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Adios

    Ft: Wales 21-13 England

    Right, that is all for today.

    It started well for England...

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    Video caption: Six Nations: Tom Curry bursts through to give England lead against Wales

    But Wales overhauled the title favourites with tries from Cory Hill and Josh Adams.

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    Video caption: Hill goes over to put England grand slam win at risk

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    Video caption: 'Absolutely sensational!' Adams seals Wales victory

    Tom Fordyce's report is fresh off his laptop from Cardiff.

    Enjoy.

  2. Post update

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    Becky Grey

    BBC Sport at the Principality Stadium

    Fans were still chanting ‘Wales’ as they streamed out of the stadium. And they kept on singing all the way into town. I suspect it’s going to be a late one in Cardiff.

    Fans leave the Principality
  3. 'We are going to enjoy tonight'

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    Wales coach Warren Gatland: "We created a lot of problems for ourselves. We felt England did not create anything in the first half, but we were much better in the secondhalf and got better as the game went on. Our aerial game was really good, in the second half tactically we were really good.

    "In the first two games, away from home, we were not brilliant but it was tough and physical today, and I thought the crowd were amazing. We felt England had a softtry, but then it was a great second half from us.

    "We are going to enjoy tonight and then get back to work and try to win this championship.

    Are Wales World Cup contenders? "Apparently not, according to some pundits! We will keep our heads down and get on with it. There was a great team in the 70s, this is a special bunch of boys at the moment, they are a brilliant group."

  4. 'The penalty count went against us'

    FT: Wales 21-13 England

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    Eddie Jones

    England head coach Eddie Jones said: "It was one of those nip and tuck games of small margins. We let ourselves down in a couple of areas and they beat us in the air. The penalty count was against us and that gave them the opportunity to gain field position.

    "It was a tough game. I don't know whether we lost our heads but they put us under a lot of pressure. I think a few of our players were a bit off today and that happens. Full credit to Wales, they deserved the victory and played very well.

    "It's all about ebb and flow - we had a fair bit of flow, but we'll come back for the Italian game. We didn't attack space well today and we will find a different way to attack Italy."

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    Stueeeey: So good being Welsh right now beat the old rival 12 wins on the bounce

    Dov Tate: One day someone will explain to me how Biggar wasn’t man of the match today. May only have been on for 20 minutes but my god he turned the game

    Daz: That second half from England stunk of complacency. They clearly didn't respect the Welsh in attack and were content to kick the ball away in the belief that they could recover it easily in their half.

  6. 'The boys dug deep'

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    Liam Williams

    Wales full-back Liam Williams: We have always known we are a great team, we didn’t play well in the first two games but the boys really dug deep.

    Last week they kicked it a lot, but we worked hard in the back three this week and we defused those bombs.

  7. 'A nice day'

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    Alun Wyn Jones

    Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones: It’s a nice day, we have to realise what it is, enjoy it over the next few hours but get back on the horse tomorrow.

    The performance improved a little bit, we stood up and after the first half we knew we had to match the level of emotion.

    Having a week off is dangerous, I am sure Scotland are licking their wounds are probably looking forward to us going up there.

  8. 'Absolutely sensational!' Adams seals Wales victory

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    Video caption: 'Absolutely sensational!' Adams seals Wales victory

    Start the party!

    This was the moment that vice-like tension exploded into a party.

  9. 'We didn't get a foothold in the last 30'

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    BBC One

    England captain Owen Farrell said: "We didn't really get a foothold in the last 30 minutes of the game. We did well in the first half and we had a good go at the start of the second, but then we couldn't get back that momentum.

    "We made a few errors and they did what they did well. We couldn't get out of our half and they manged to build a lot of pressure. It will feel a lot worse than it should now but we will look back on it and learn from what we need to."

    Owen Farrell
  10. 'Wales imposed themselves and deserved it'

    Wales 21-13 England

    Martin Johnson

    Former England captain and coach on BBC One

    England got what they deserved, they lost the grip of it and Wales took hold with that try. They imposed themselves physically, and there was only going to be one winner. There was a period of 20 minutes in the second half where England did nothing.

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    Six Nations table

    Well now.

    Wales have Scotland away and Ireland coming to Cardiff on the final day of the Championship.

    This title is still very open. But Wales are the only team to have its destiny in their own hands.

  12. 'What a Test!'

    Jonathan Davies

    Former Wales international on BBC One

    What a Test match! Ferocious defence throughout, and I thought England kicked too much, and when Wales had the chance they took a stranglehold. What an influence Dan Biggar had and on the second half. Wales deserved it.

  13. 'Biggar was the difference'

    Wales 21-13 England

    Shane Williams

    Former Wales international on BBC Radio 5 live

    When you see someone like Dan Biggar coming on, you know exactly what to expect.

    I remember him in his first training session at the Ospreys, and he was telling seasoned professionals what to do. You saw the structure change and he was the difference.

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    Becky Grey

    BBC Sport at the Principality Stadium

    So many hugs, as far as the eye can see. No one's rushing to leave the stadium. The Wales fans want to savour this one.

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    Ferocious. Brutal.

    But after all the blood spilt and sweat expended, the two teams, many of whom have shared Lions tours together, swaps smiles and hugs.

  16. Full-time

    Wales 21-13 England

    Alun Wyn Jones bellows to the skies. Warren Gatland is clasped into a Shaun Edwards bear hug.

    Wales have won a record 12 Tests in a row.

    Wales Rugby team celebrations
  17. 'Wales deserve it'

    Brian Moore

    Former England hooker on BBC One

    That was a kick to nothing with the penalty but it was so well executed, and on the balance of play no more than Wales deserve. England pay the price for a lack of ambition.

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    Wales 21-13 England

    Dafydd Pritchard

    BBC Sport Wales at the Principality Stadium

    There are pints flying everywhere here.

    The phrase that comes to mind is: "Scenes."

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    Wales 21-13 England

    Becky Grey

    BBC Sport at the Principality Stadium

    That's tipped the crowd into overdrive. There is beer EVERYWHERE.