We’ve decided to see who was every teams best player and maybe more controversially their worst:
BEST PERFORMER: Darcy Graham – Twinkle-toes himself made one gorgeous, jinking break that livened up the home crowd. Plenty of ball, did very little wrong, and then finished off a beaut of a try.
Gutted for the boys, a lot of shuffling around and threw everything at an incredible defence. Delighted for @Darcy_Graham though, well deserved try which was just reward for a great performance— Ruaridh Jackson (@ruaridh_jackson) March 9, 2019
WORST PERFORMER: Blair Kinghorn – Almost saved by injury, the youngster was notable by his individual handing errors and the missed tackle on Josh Adams for the opening try is unforgivable at Test level.
BEST PERFORMER: Hadleigh Parkes – Heavily involved in the opening try as he had his best game of the season, with his timing and speed on to Gareth Anscombe’s flat passes getting Wales over the gain-line while getting under Grant Gilchrist to stop the lock scoring at a crucial point in the game. Deserved to be
“It’s awesome – the feeling in the team is amazing”— BBC Sport Wales (@BBCSportWales) March 9, 2019
Hadleigh Parkes looks ahead to Wales’ Grand Slam decider against Ireland next weekend after a man-of-the-match performance against Scotland 👉 https://t.co/aTXuOKCday#SixNations #SCOvWAL pic.twitter.com/XYWOcFCEdy
WORST PERFORMER: Gareth Davies – The scrum-half had butter fingers early on, knocking on when he fielded a bouncing ball without any Scots near him, having another juggle soon afterwards and a clearance charged down. Got better after that.