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Scotland got their World Cup campaign back on track with a comfortable 34-0 win over Samoa.
Gregor Townsend’s side secured a bonus point victory to keep the pressure on Ireland and Japan at the top of Pool A, keeping their hopes of progressing to the quarter-finals alive.
With Finn Russell and Greig Laidlaw impressively pulling the strings, and Darcy Graham and Sean Maitland providing real potency out wide, Scotland blew away the Pacific Islanders, defending superbly to keep Samoa without a point.
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And the Samoans, without suspended duo Motu Matu’u and Rey Lee-Lo, continued to struggle with their discipline – Ed Fidow twice conceded penalty tries, with the Worcester-bound wing twice yellow-carded as a result and thus given his marching orders by referee Pascal Gauzere.
Here are five things we learned:
1. Scotland were hungry
In a must-win match, Scotland wasted no time imposing themselves on Samoa. The tempo in which Scotland started the game was demonstrated through Darcy Graham’s early break down the right which took the Scots deep into Samoa territory.
Although they only had three points for the opening half-hour, the pressure eventually told and the floodgates opened with Sean Maitland’s try.
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