England 38-38 Scotland: How the Scotland players rated in Calcutta Cup clash

Marks out of ten for every Scotland player to have seen game time at Twickenham...

Scotland celebrate after scoring a try in the second half
Scotland celebrate after scoring a try in the second half

One player gets a nine but there are a few fives after a forgettable first half for the visitors.

Defended valiantly around the fringes but departed injured early in the second half.

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Scored a fine try by charging down Farrell and out-running England's backs
Another strong performance from the tighthead, particularly in defence.
Destructive defence and quietly-effective performance
Overpowered by England's pack in the first half, but fared better in the second.
Subdued performance as part of a Scotland pack which spent the first half going backwards.
A barnstorming display against Wales saw him promoted to the starting XV. He got better as the game progressed.
Fine support of Price was rewarded with a try. Some strong runs and defence.
Brilliantly collected his own chip to lay on Magnus Bradbury's try and kept the pace high
The maverick fly-half repeatedly tried to spark Scotland and succeeded in the second half. Intercepted Farrell's pass for the try which took the visitors level.
Struggled from the first moments as opposite number Nowell cut through to score
Pulled out of position in the opening minute but made amends. His score put Scotland on the cusp of a famous win, only to be denied.
One of three players wrong-footed by Nowell for the opening try and fared little better thereafter
Fine finisher. Showed neat footwork to score Scotland's second try and fourth.
: Unerring under the high ball and elusive in broken play in the second half
Greig Laidlaw kicked two conversions but missed a penalty due to the wind. Fraser Brown, Josh Strauss and Adam Hastings all fared well