We have possibly witnessed the worst and best Six Nations match of the professional era
What the hell did we just watch?! Some are calling that game one of the worst matches that they have ever seen, while others online think it is brilliant.
So many strange things occurred in this match as Storm Ciara battered Murrayfield on a miserable day!
The first bats**t crazy thing we saw was the prop Kyle Sinckler giving THE best kick of the game.
— jamie kennedy (@jamietkennedy) February 8, 2020
The conditions in the match were truly horrendous, someone on reddit posted a video from outside the stadium showing how horrendous the conditions were.
In the match, the standard of rugby was simply appalling with dropped balls and wayward kicks from almost every player on the pitch.
The worst moment of the match came when Stuart Hogg had another horrendous blunder over the try line which may have well cost Scotland the game.
England finally won the match thanks to an Ellis Genge try from close range…
— Guinness Six Nations (@SixNationsRugby) February 8, 2020
This was just one of the comedic fails that we saw in this match…
The Scotland captain carried the ball back over the 5 metre line and England scored straight after. This was not a good day for him at all…
Fans were not happy with this either!
— Stephen Davies (@man_of_gwent) February 8, 2020
— Allen Edwards (@allen_ed) February 8, 2020
Stuart Hogg can go and fuck himself.
— Gord Zetterberg 🏴 (@Zetterbergin) February 8, 2020
He maybe a great player but Stuart Hogg has cost Scotland a chance of winning a game for the second straight week. Scotland must be kicking themselves..
— Osian Wyn Bowen (@OsianWyn23) February 8, 2020
Some have called this game the worst Six Nations match ever, with only 18 points being scored, most of those in the final quarter of the match.
The weather was so bad that fans had to leave their seats to avoid the storm.
Other fans have loved it, saying that this truly is the purest form of the game that we have ever seen.
Personally, we loved it. A mad game like that shows what rugby players truly are, and you need to adapt to those kinds of conditions to win a match.
We will leave you with this, a Scotland fan’s reaction!
— Graham Love (@glove931) February 8, 2020