Duhan van der Merwe’s stunning solo try at Twickenham has been crowned the Guinness Six Nations Try of the Round for Round 1.
On an opening weekend where 18 tries were scored and all three away sides returned home with a win, there was little doubt over the pick of the scores.
Nominated alongside Max Malins, James Lowe and Ange Capuozzo, the Scotland winger received a whopping 80 per cent of the vote from fans.
One of two tries that Van der Merwe scored on the day, his first will go down in Twickenham history as one of the greatest individual scores ever.
Receiving the ball from fellow winger Kyle Steyn, Van der Merwe set off from 55 metres out, beat five defenders and raced over for an incredible score.
That made it 12-5 to the visitors, and while England fought back to lead by eight points early in the second half, Scotland came back to claim a third successive win in the Calcutta Cup.
Scotland will now look to make it two from two in the Guinness Six Nations when they take on Wales at BT Murrayfield, with Van der Merwe level with Malins as the top try-scorer in the Championship after the opening round.