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Wales player ratings from gut-wrenching 32-30 loss to France in Six Nations

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Brice Dulin’s try, plus scores from Romain Taofifenua, Antoine Dupont and Charles Ollivon sealed a bonus-point win for France, despite having Paul Willemse sent off; Dan Biggar, Josh Navidi and Josh Adams crossed for Wales, who had two men sin-binned in Taulupe Faletau and Liam Williams

Alun Wyn Jones and his Wales charges suffered an agonising late loss in Paris

Alun Wyn Jones and his Wales charges suffered an agonising late loss in Paris

Read through the Wales player ratings from a heart-breaking 32-20 defeat late on to France in Paris, denying them a Grand Slam…

15. Liam Williams: Played well but received a critical yellow card seven minutes from time, reducing Wales to 13 men as they could not hold on. 6/10

Liam Williams' late yellow card, reducing Wales to 13 men, was a huge blow Liam Williams’ late yellow card, reducing Wales to 13 men, was a huge blow

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14. Louis Rees-Zammit: Unlucky not to score a second-half try during another strong display. 7/10

13. George North: Made some powerful surges and defended strongly in his new position of centre. 7/10

George North impressed again in the centre for Wales George North impressed again in the centre for Wales

12. Jonathan Davies: Prominent in attack and defence and looked somewhere near his best again. 7/10

11. Josh Adams: Continued his prolific try-scoring for Wales with another touchdown and was a threat throughout. 7/10

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10. Dan Biggar: Scored 20 points, including a try, and was accomplished in all areas. 8/10

Dan Biggar really stood up for Wales at the Stade de France Dan Biggar really stood up for Wales at the Stade de France

9. Gareth Davies: A livewire attacking menace who relished the open spaces of Stade de France. 7/10

1. Wyn Jones: Another strong performance by one of Wales’ stand-out players this season. 7/10

2. Ken Owens: A trademark workaholic performance by the experienced Wales hooker. 7/10

3. Tomas Francis: Coped well with the threat of France’s scrum, acquitting himself well. 7/10

4. Adam Beard: Went through his business without fuss in all areas, but it was ultimately heartbreak for Wales. 7/10

5. Alun Wyn Jones: The Wales captain could not have done much more, but his team ultimately experienced late agony. 7/10

Josh Navidi put in an immense effort from the Wales back-row Josh Navidi put in an immense effort from the Wales back-row

6. Josh Navidi: Scored a try and was an immense figure as Wales took it to France. 8/10

7. Justin Tipuric: Another fine all-round display from the Ospreys flanker, who was at the forefront of Wales’ effort. 8/10

8. Taulupe Faletau: Yellow-carded during the frantic closing stages as Wales were pipped at the post. 7/10

Replacements: Scrum-half Tomos Williams was the pick of Wales’ replacements before France snatched victory in the dying seconds. 7/10

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