Paul O'Connell had Joe Schmidt and journalists in stitches as he tried to work out if he has played his last game against England.
The legendary Munster lock was in high spirits after Ireland's 19-9 win over the 'Auld Enemy' at the Aviva Stadium. It was his 99 appearance in the green shirt.
The 35 year old is thinking of hanging up his boots after the World Cup, but isn't ruling out another meeting with the English. With trips to Wales and Scotland remaining in this year's campaign it may be the last time he plays a Six Nations game in front of a home crowd, again though O'Connell isn't too sure.