England and Scotland played out a thrilling 38-38 draw in a game which included 10 tries.
England raced to a 31-0 lead, before a dramatic Scotland fightback led to 38 unanswered points and almost the win, before George Ford went over late to save the game for England.
With only 66 seconds on the board England scored the first try of the game.
Some lovely hands put Henry Slade into space on the right, before he released Jack Nowell, who slalomed his way to the line.
England quickly had their second and third tries.
A clever lineout move led to a charging driving maul and Tom Curry crashing over for the second.
While a wonderful offload by replacement Ellis Genge put Kyle Sinckler through, which led to Joe Launchbury waltzing over to score untouched for the third.
England were rampant. Attacking from their own 22, some quick thinking by Ben Youngs and fantastic hands by Henry Slade as Johnny May raced under the posts to score England’s bonus point.
Scotland finally got a foothold in the game after a Stuart McInally charge down, the Scotland captain raced away from the England defence to score from 50 metres out.
Finn Russell kicked the conversation to make the score 31-7 at half time.
Scotland started the second half with a bang, scoring two quick tries and dragging themselves back into the game.
Darcy Graham got the first after some good interlinking by the Scottish backs.
Straight from the kick-off Scotland attacked again, with Ali Price chipping ahead and Magnus Bradbury picking a great line to score.
A wonderful floating Russell pass put Sean Maitland into space before he released Graham to score his second.
England were shell-shocked as Russell intercepted a Farrell pass to put the scores all level with 20 minutes left after a dramatic fight-back.
With only five minutes left to play Scottish centre Sam Johnson burst through the England defence before stepping Nowell to score and put Scotland ahead for the first time.
England refused to let the game die and after a number of phases and some heroic Scottish defence, Ford stepped his way through to score under the posts and save England from defeat.
Ford converted his own try to draw the game, in what is the highest scoring draw ever in international rugby.
Elliot Daly - 9
Was an attacking threat from deep throughout and his pace, footwork and hands were used to devastating effect. Was possibly at fault for Graham’s second try but was a tough position to be in.
Jack Nowell - 9
Got stepped for Johnson’s try but put in an excellent performance despite that. Beat defender after defender and was everywhere in the first-half.
Henry Slade - 8
Was a terrific threat in the first-half and created space for the outside players while making over 100 metres himself. Missed a few tackles in the second-half but still a good showing.
Manu Tuilagi - 6
Had a couple of destructive carries but was generally disappointing particularly defensively. Drifted too wide for Scotlands last try and will need to be better in the future.
Johnny May - 7
Scored a well-taken try and was very good in the air, in another consistent performance. Was caught too narrow for Graham’s second try and should have tackled McInally after his charge down.
Owen Farrell - 7
Led the team fantastically in the first-half – attacking from everywhere but will be disappointed in how the game got away from him so quickly with some poor game management and his pass that led to the intercept.
Ben Youngs - 8
Became the most capped England scrum half ever and was his threatening best. Second-half he struggled, tiring out and kicking slightly too long.
Ben Moon - 5
Never got a chance after going off injured barely minutes into the game.
Jamie George - 7
Was not his best game but far from at fault for the Scottish comeback. Still was an attacking threat but can be better defensively.
Kyle Sinckler - 8
His hands and carrying ability add another element to England’s attack. Will be disappointed with his brief second-half performance but had a fantastic first-half.
Joe Launchbury - 5
Missed a number of tackles and was not his usual influential self. Can play much better.
George Kruis - 7
Made 17 tackles and made some hard metres as he put in a solid performance.
Mark Wilson - 5
A quiet game for the Newcastle man who seemed to struggle to keep up with the openness of the game.
Tom Curry - 6
Struggled to influence himself at the breakdown and was perhaps his first game where his inexperience showed.
Billy Vunipola - 6
Lost the ball a few times and needed to show more leadership than he did. Still made a lot of metres but will have better games.
Replacements - 7
A mixed bag from the replacements. Genge played most of the game and played well before tiring, Ford came on and scored the crucial try to rescue the game for
Sean Maitland - 6
Gave the final pass for Graham’s second try and had an okay showing at fullback. Wasn’t the constant threat that Hogg or Kinghorn provide.
Darcy Graham - 9
Had a few tries down his wing but came-back superbly in the second-half with two good tries and was a constant menace in atttack.
Nick Grigg - 4
Was shown up defensively and Henry Slade had the beating of him all game. Scotland looked a better side when Chris Harris came on.
Sam Johnson - 8
Missed some tackles in the first half but was much better in the second-half and took his try so well to almost win his team the game.
Byron Mcguigan - 5
Didn’t really do anything in attack and had a number of tries conceded down his wing.
Finn Russell - 9
Poor first-half but led the revitalised Scottish team with the world class play that he can be capable of. Was deservedly man-of-the-match.
Ali Price - 8
Helped Russell lead the Scottish fight-back with his cheap and chase and the fast tempo he played at.
Allan Dell - 6
Had a quiet game and did not display the same carrying ability as the previous week.
Stuart McInally - 6
Missed a number of tackles but also scored the important first try for Scotland that gave them the belief to come back.
WP Nel - 6
Ben Toolis - 7
Made 20 tackles and is one of the few Scottish players that had a good first and second half.
Grant Gilchrist - 5
Will be disappointed, missed a couple of tackles and his replacement, Johnny Gray, had a far better game.
Sam Skinner - 5
Didn’t do much wrong but had little influence on the game itself.
Hamish Watson - 7
Made a number of tackles and carried well, was a bit part of the Scottish fightback.
Magnus Bradbury - 8
Carried fantastically and took a great line to score his try. 66 metres for a number eight is impressive going.
Replacements - 8
Came on and changed the game for Scotland. Had exactly the kind of impact you want from your subs.
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