VIDEO: Five great Wales v Scotland moments
MATCHES between Wales and Scotland have created some unforgettable moments over the years. With the two sides doing battle at Murrayfield on Saturday, here are five of the best.
Phil Bennett lights up Murrayfield (1977)
One of the great Welsh tries of the 1970s, encompassing all that was great about JPR, Gerald Davies and Phil Bennett.
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John Taylor: ‘The greatest conversion since St Paul’ (1971)
John Taylor's last-minute conversion gave Wales a 19-18 win against Scotland in an epic match at Murrayfield, prompting commentator Alun Williams to herald it as “the greatest conversion since St Paul”.
Jiffy’s moment of magic (1988)
Jonathan Davies was at his peak in the Triple Crown year of 1988. This try in Cardiff is a superb individual effort.
Wales run riot at Murrayfield (2005)
On their way to a first Grand Slam since 1978, Wales turned on the style to claim a record victory in matches between the two sides. In a virtuoso attacking display, Wales held an incredible 38-3 lead at half time and eventually won 46-22.
Paul Thorburn’s monstrous penalty (1986)
In the 1986 Five Nations game between Wales and Scotland at the Arms Park, Welsh full-back Paul Thorburn struck the biggest penalty in international rugby history – at just over 60 meters