So..was anyone watching the match at all?
According to @TwitterDublin, 120,000 tweets were sent about the Ireland vs France game, or should we say the #Ire vs #Fra, as we beat the french and secured top spot in Group D, and a quarter-final tie against Argentina.
Of those tweets, here are the most tweeted about players, moments, and an infograph to show just how the game reverberated throughout Twitter on the day.
We're not at all surprised by this seeing as Sean O'Brien not only had a barnstormer of a game, but he also managed to punch Pascal Pape and get away with it(until he's cited), so of course he features.
Unfortunately the other two players in the top three are there for injury reasons, with Paul O'Connell's international career ending due to a hamstring injury, while Johnny Sexton was forced off after an abdomen injury following a big hit from the french no.8, Louis Picamoles.
Again, no surprises here, but it's nice to see we weren't getting big headed, as we left most of our celebrations until after we secured a big lead late on, before going crazy online after the match.
There were 2,200 tweets per minute at one point, which is a lot considering we were too busy jumping up and down and hugging strangers in the pub to be tweeting.