We’ve decided to give everybody a little review of the second round of the 2022 Six Nations by deciding who has been each home nations best and worst player this weekend.
Yes, our choices are bound to spark debate in places. That’s half the joy, though… right?
Disclaimers aside, though, you can check out our choices for every home nations down below and decide whether we’ve made the right calls or not:
BEST: Darcy Graham
Offside Line 9/10: “A little man with a giant heart. Too strong for Louis Rees-Zammit when he caught him one-on-one five meters out. Into everything, with some huge hits.”
WORST: Finn Russell
Telegraph 5/10: “Yellow card for deliberate knock-on turned the game. Even before then he kicked restart straight into touch, shanked high ball in own 22 and missed touch.”
BEST: Dan Biggar
Wales Online 8/10: “Played flat and challenged the gain line, bringing runners into the game with superb timing of the pass in the first half. Managed the second 40 well, despite Scotland’s brilliant defence. Was injured for most of the game, but that didn’t stop him.”
WORST: Louis Rees-Zammit
Wales Online 5/10: “Only act of note in the first half was to be manhandled by Darcy Graham when the Scot had no right to score.”