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.