George Horne was man of the match as Glasgow Warriors took the game to Lyon in the Champions Cup.
The 23-year-old continued his upward trajectory with a fine display against the Frenchmen as his side beat Lyon 42-22 to go top of Pool 2.
Scrum-half Horne, who could make his Guinness Six Nations debut next year, set up the first try of the match when his sweet pass out of the back of the hand sent fellow international Adam Ashe diving over the line.
His hard work was rewarded in the first half when he spotted a gap following some good trucking by the forwards and dotted down to extend the Warriors lead before half-time.
Two-time Six Nations Player of the Championship, Stuart Hogg, was also in action and bagged himself a try when he latched on to Peter Horne’s deft grubber.
Another from Ashe and a final try from from Huw Jones completed the try scoring for the Warriors with Adam Hastings adding another four conversions and three penalties from the tee. ? Glasgow’s chances of qualifying for the next round are significantly improved with the win as they leapfrog Saracens at the top of the table with the London club to face Cardiff Blues on Sunday.