The Scotland v Ireland 2019 Six Nations match provided Ireland their fifth win from their last six visits to Edinburgh. It also extended the unwanted record for Scotland. That of not scoring a second half against Ireland. In the last 11 matches involving the two teams Scotland have failed to score in 9 of them. Including all 7 at Murrayfield.
The match also allowed Rob Kearney to overtake Stuart Hogg into third on the all-time Six Nations defenders beaten list.
Blair Kinghorn who had been a standout star in Scotland’s first match against Italy with a stunning hat trick followed that performance up with something quite special. Kinghorn became only the second player in the last 18 months to run more than 100 metres off the bench in a Tier 1 Test.
The 1014 Rugby review the match and explore the Scottish attack, the Joe Schmidt Power Play, the Irish defensive system and much, much more.
Scotland v Ireland 2019 Six Nations
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