Scottish rugby people start the Six Nations without a Fisherman with victory
The Scottish rugby people are the Six Nations on Saturday began with a victory. The number seven of the world was a thriller too strong for the world number four Ireland: 27-22.
The Scots had a whirlwind start in the Murrayfield Stadium in the capital, Edinburgh. The team of coach Vern Cotter was due to two scores of Stuart Hogg quickly with 14-0 and at rest if the margin was even sixteen (21-5).
Ireland had in the second half to seventy percent of the possession and came by try of Iain Henderson and Paddy Jackson suddenly on edge (21-22), but two rake penalty from Greig Laidlaw brought Scotland to the profit.
The Scots played without the Dutch-born Tim Visser, who is outside of the selection was held by Cotter.
Scotland celebrate a famous win over Ireland to kick start their @SixNationsRugby campaign! #AsOne #OurDay
Time of placing
16:29 – 04 February 2017
The Six Nations is the most prestigious tournament in which every year the six best rugbyploegen of Europe all have one match to play against each other. Last year took England out of the race, all five of his matches to win.
The English are playing later on Saturday at Twickenham the cracker against France. Sunday, going to Wales on a visit to Italy.