Half time in Wales' final match of this year's Six Nations, and Wales are narrowly trailing the French.
France scored, and converted, a try in the first eight minutes of the game, before Camille Lopez extended their lead with a penalty.
Wales finally got points on the board, thanks to Lee Halfpenny's penalty, after Frenchman Vakatawa was sin binned for a deliberate knock on.
But Wales couldn't capitalise on the French being a man down, until another Halfpenny penalty, twenty seconds before Vakatawa came back on the field, took the score to France 10, Wales 6.
A last minute opportunity for Wales before the break came in the form of another penalty, with Halfpenny bringing Wales within one point of the French going into the second half.