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Sport Comedy of errors leads to stunning Scotland try

14:40  09 october  2019
14:40  09 october  2019 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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George Horne scored a hat-trick as Scotland ran in nine tries in a 61-0 bonus-point thrashing of Russia on Wednesday to set up a crunch Pool A showdown with host nation Japan for a place in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals.

a group of people flying kites in a field: Hastings scored his second try against Russia in surprising style© FOX Sports Hastings scored his second try against Russia in surprising style Horne scored his first two tries from halfback and added a third from the left wing as Scotland finally got their high-octane running game going in their third match in Japan.

Five-eighth Adam Hastings, son of Scotland great Gavin, also made a significant contribution with the first two tries in four first-half minutes and eight conversions for a personal haul of 26 points.

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He then missed that for a triple bogey that took him from 1-under-par with a two-shot lead to 2-over par. “I hit a straight pull left, and from there it was a comedy of errors ,” Appleby said. “I wanted to hit a 9-iron over the trees and hit it thin. I left a wedge in the bunker and then on the first putt I thought was a

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His second try came off the back of two mistakes by Russia, the first a knock-on and the second a fortuitous slip in goal by his opposition which gave Hastings the easiest of finishes, much to his delight.

"That's stage one of a two-stage week completed," Scotland coach Gregor Townsend said.

"As an all-round team performance, it was excellent."

Neither Horne not Hastings are likely to start in Yokohama on Sunday when the Scots take on Japan almost certainly needing to record a victory and deprive the hosts of a bonus point to progress to the knockout stages.

a group of men playing a game of football: Pete Horne of Scotland fends off Ramil Gaisin of Russia © Getty Pete Horne of Scotland fends off Ramil Gaisin of Russia

"It'll be huge, our focus now is on recovery, making sure we get our preparation right for that game, and our selection," Townsend added.

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"We've just got to make sure we deliver our best performance - we'll have to because Japan are a very good team."

That match in Yokohama, however, is in danger of being disrupted by Typhoon Hagibis, which is projected to strike the Tokyo area on Saturday, bringing strong winds and heavy rain.

Tournament rules state that any pool game that cannot be played is not rescheduled and instead is recorded as a 0-0 draw, with no bonus points available.

a close up of a man in a blue uniform holding a ball: George Horne of Scotland celebrates scoring his team's seventh try© Getty George Horne of Scotland celebrates scoring his team's seventh try

Scotland made 14 changes from the team that beat Samoa 34-0 and many of the players had a dual goal of winning the game as well as trying to force their way into consideration for Sunday's match.

Scotland's scoring in the first half came in an eight-minute burst with Hastings crossing twice, while Horne intercepted a flat pass by Dmitry Perov on his own tryline to give Scotland a 21-0 lead at the break.

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a person holding a football ball on a field: George Turner extended Scotland's lead over Russia. George Turner extended Scotland's lead over Russia.

Horne then secured the bonus point after a brilliant weaving run of more than 60 metres from Darcy Graham, who was the only player who also started against Samoa.

Russia then ran out of steam and their defence faltered as they missed 41 tackles with hooker George Turner and winger Tommy Seymour crossing before Horne completed his hat-trick with more than 20 minutes remaining.

Match captain John Barclay brought up the half-century, just the 13th time Scotland have surpassed 50 points in Tests, when he burst free with about five minutes remaining.

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