England and Scotland draw astonishing Test
|Six Nations: England v Scotland|
|England (31) 38|
|Tries: Nowell, Curry, Launchbury, May, Ford Cons: Farrell 4 Ford Pen: Farrell|
|Scotland (7) 38|
|Tries: McInally, Graham 2, Bradbury, Russell, Johnson Cons: Russell 2, Laidlaw 2|
England and Scotland fought out an astonishing draw in the most dramatic match in the fixtures’s 148 years.
England, whose title hopes were ended by Wales’ win over Ireland, raced into a 31-point lead in as many minutes.
But Stuart McInally broke clear before Darcy Graham (twice), Magnus Bradbury and Finn Russell crossed in a second-half blitz that made it 31-31.
Sam Johnson scored a seemingly decisive try late on, only for England’s George Ford to cross in injury time.
Scotland’s last win at Twickenham was 36 years and 18 Tests ago.
More to follow.