Scotland captain John Barclay hails 'chaotic' brand of rugby under Gregor Townsend after thrashing Australia

Captain John Barclay hailed Gregor Townsend’s ‘chaotic’ brand of rugby after Scotland finished off their autumn series with a record eight-try thumping of Australia.
It was the Scots’ biggest score against the Wallabies, or any other Tier-One nation, in their history.
The resounding victory came after the shock of losing Lions full-back Stuart Hogg, who was forced to pull out during the warm-up with a hip injury he suffered against the All Blacks last weekend.
Byron McGuigan came in for his second cap and first Test start, and duly scored two tries and was inches away from another two as he... read more

26 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 79
Source: Daily Mail

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