Wales extended their unbeaten run to 12 games as they overcame England 21-13 in a hugely physical encounter.
The first points of the game went to England with an Owen Farrell penalty on 17 minutes.
After turning down a couple of early kicks, Wales were back on level terms after 24 minutes, with Gareth Anscombe making the scores 3-3.
England hit back straight away. After a Welsh maul was turned over England quickly pounced on the loose ball and attacked deep in the Welsh 22. Tom Curry spotted a gap at the side of the ruck and raced over to score.
A Farrell conversation made the scores 10-3 to England.
The score stayed that way up to half time despite the game being an end to end encounter.
Some ill-discipline by England at the start of the second half put Wales on top and Anscombe kicked back-to-back penalties to make it a one-point game.
Farrell kicked one back on 60 minutes, but England struggled to maintain control of the game through some poor kicking and bad decision making.
After some sustained pressure, Cory Hill hit a great angle to crash over to score Wales first try. A Dan Biggar conversion put Wales 16-13 ahead.
With only minutes to play a pin-point cross-filed kick from Biggar allowed Josh Adams to leap, juggle and dive over to score in the corner to put the game beyond England’s reach.
England will be disappointed with their second-half performance, while Wales have kept their grand slam hopes alive.
Here are our England player ratings:
Elliot Daly - 5
Not his most influential game at 15 and was caught out for Adam’s try late in the game. Will learn from the experience and improve as a 15.
Jack Nowell - 5
Struggled to get any opportunities in open space and perhaps would have been taken off, had May not got injured.
Henry Slade - 6
Did not implement himself on the game like he has done in previous games. There was a lack of space to really capitalise on any ball he got.
Manu Tuilagi - 7
Didn’t get involved as much as he would like but had one big carry and put in some big hits. Is growing back into international rugby and hopefully will start to be more involved as he gets more games.
Johnny May - 7
Did nothing wrong but did not get the ball as much as the first two games. Chased every kick hard and was very good defensively.
Owen Farrell - 6
His kicking game was not as good as in previous weeks and perhaps kicked too much ball away. Needed that second playmaker to relieve some of the pressure.
Ben Youngs - 7
Box kicked well but didn’t control the tempo as well as he can. The lack of ball in the second half hurt his performance.
Ben Moon - 6
Put in 19 tackles and was solid in the set piece. His is not Mako Vunipola though and England dearly missed his carrying that Moon does not offer.
Jamie George - 7
Performed strongly in the set piece and did not put a foot wrong overall. Like many players England’s lack of ball meant he struggled to get involved in attack.
Kyle Sinckler - 6
Made a 20 tackles as he put in a huge for 55 minutes. Began to give some silly penalties in the second half which really affected England’s momentum.
Courtney Lawes - 6
Put in some huge hits in the first half before tapering off in the second. England will hope his injury isn’t too serious as he plays the enforcer role well.
George Kruis - 7
Is the real technician of the English line-out and put in a great shift around the park. Was his ever-reliable self.
Mark Wilson - 6
Did not have a bad game but was not his influential self that he has been in previous games.
Tom Curry - 8
Englands best player and the shining light on their performance. Was a constant menace at the breakdown, made the most tackles and clinically took his try.
Billy Vunipola - 75
Made 43 metres all in heavy traffic and is slowly getting back to his best. Picked up an heavier carrying role without his brother and looked strong for it.
Replacements - 5
Were hardly given a chance by Jones to make an impact as players like Genge and Cokanisiga didn’t come on till late, while Ford and Robson didn’t come on at all.