Scottish magician Finn Russell has once again shown Scottish fans just what they were missing throughout the summer and at the beginning of the Autumn Series.
Pulling the strings last weekend in Scotland’s narrow loss to New Zealand, the Racing playmaker brought a spark to Gregor Townsend’s side.
Now playing against a 14-man Argentina, Russell has been pulling the strings masterfully for his side.
In a half jam packed with attacking action, Russell set up one of the best tries we have seen so far this season.
Making a midfield break, Russell slowed up to allow his supporters to help out before releasing the ball.
Popping right back up as the ball went into the ruck, Russell released a beautiful ball as he once again got Scotland into a incredible attacking shape.
The try itself was finished off by the brilliant Darcy Graham who had to clean up after Duhan van der Merwe very nearly butchered the brilliant play.
This is Finn Russell’s world – we just live in it 🌍#AutumnNationsSeries | #SCOvARG pic.twitter.com/Qx8mUY1gZO
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