While the weekend has come to an end, it’s fair to say that it was jam-packed with some epic sporting moments, and we’ve rounded up the best of the best that will be the talking-points around the office water-cooler this week:
Ireland win Six Nations championship – the Irish were able to secure back-to-back Six Nations titles after coming out on top of the table with a points difference following a win over Scotland.
Mata’s brace to down Liverpool – Juan Mata scored two goals for Manchester United in their 2-1 win over Liverpool.
Lions stun Rebels for second win on tour – the Lions continue their run of shock wins this season by beating the Rebels in Melbourne with a late try from Lionel Mapoe.
Guptill’s record-breaking charge – New Zealand’s Martin Guptill made the highest score in World Cup history with 237 not out against West Indies to send his team into the semi-finals.
England and France put on a 90-point spectacle – the Red Rose and Les Bleus rounded up their respective Six Nations campaigns with an entertaining finale at Twickenham on Saturday, with England winning 55-35.
What was your favourite sport moment from the weekend? Let us know in the comments section below: