Scotland 32 France 26: Greig Laidlaw’s six penalties rescues the win in second-half revival

Scotland 32 France 26: Greig Laidlaw’s six penalties rescues the win in second-half revival
 

The old faithful right boot of Greig Laidlaw – and a startling turnaround by referee John Lacey – lifted Scotland out of their Cardiff depression to victory over France to restart their NatWest 6 Nations campaign.
It was not a wholly restorative win as the Scots made plenty more mistakes and stand-off Finn Russell was hooked early after having possibly his worst game in a Scotland jersey. But Laidlaw was perfect with his kicking after the Scots seemed to sort out a huge problem at the breakdown after half-time.
France forced turnover after turnover there in the first half but in the second... read more

 
11 February 2018 in Sport, Views: 45
Source: The Courier
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