Scotland player ratings vs Wales: Who shone and who flopped in Cardiff?

Scotland player ratings vs Wales. RUCK marks every Scottish player after their opening Six Nations defeat against Wales. Scroll on down to see our player ratings.

15 Stuart Hogg: Didn’t have too many chances to stretch his legs due to Wales’ exceptional kick-chase. Looked a very frustrated figure at full time. 6/10

14 Tommy Seymour: A British & Irish Lion in the summer, Seymour couldn’t really be blamed for his team’s struggles here. The speedster just couldn’t get in the game, despite his best efforts. 6/10

13 Chris Harris: A bit of a shocker for the Newcastle Falcons man, unfortunately. He’s a lot better than this display. 4/10

12 Huw Jones: Was slightly better than his centre partner, breaking the Welsh rearguard once, but they were exposed time and again in the midfield. Poor by his high, high standards. 5/10

11 Byron McGuigan: Carried hard whenever he had possession. You couldn’t fault the Sale mans effort. 6/10

10 Finn Russell: Probed and prompted his backs outside him but nothing seemed to work. Perhaps a little too much style rather than substance. A very frustrating day at the office. 6/10

9 Ali Price: Threw intercept which allowed Wales scrum-half Davies to open the scoring and it was downhill from there. Confidence seemed to go and he was replaced early in the second half. 4/10

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