We’ve decided to see who was every teams best player and maybe more controversially their worst in round 3 of the Guinness Six Nations:
Best player: ANTOINE DUPONT
The electric scrum-half seriously impressed in his first Six Nations start. A try assist combined with his general distribution and making 58 metres with the ball in hand made him our man of the match. He’s box office.
I thought Antoine Dupont was outstanding yesterday in all facets, and Thomas Ramos showed why picking a full-back at full-back might be a good idea. Player ratings from France vs Scotland #FRAvSCO #SixNationshttps://t.co/r6Px5sXrWq— Harry Latham-Coyle (@hlathamcoyle) February 24, 2019
Worst player: JEFFERSON POIROT
Nobody was particularly bad for Les Bleus. However, the loosehead, who was outperformed by Scotland’s Allan Dell, missed two tackles and was probably the least influential player in France’s starting XV.
Best player: BLAIR KINGHORN
Stepping in for the injured Stuart Hogg, the fullback made 106 metres from his 13 carries. He also made some great kicks out of hand.
Worst player: GREIG LAIDLAW
Missed an easy shot at goal, created nothing, missed two tackles and conceded a turnover. He was then replaced by Ali Price after 64 minutes.