France was in the lead in the supplementary game of the third matchday until shortly before the end, but with a try by Duhan van der Merwe and a raise by Adam Hastings, the Scots turned the game with the last action. The Scots celebrated their first victory in Paris since 1999.
Wales, who lost to France only last Saturday in their five games, won the Six Nations with 20 points ahead of France (16). Ireland and Scotland landed behind with 15 points each. Defending champion England had to be content with the disappointing fifth place.