Finn Russell

Finn Russell shines in Scotland's 28-point drubbing of Warren Gatland's Wales

Flyhalf Russell helped to set up four tries, including both Steyn scores, in a 35-7 win at Murrayfield on Saturday (Sunday NZ time) to leave Warren Gatland winless in his second coming as Wales coach.

It was the first time Gatland had lost to Wales in a Six Nations coaching career stretching back to 2007.

It was a record loss to Scotland for Wales, who have now lost 11 of their last 14 matches.

Scotland last won two games in a row in 1996 when the tournament was still the Five Nations before Italy joined the enclave.

Russell to leave Warriors at end of season

The Scotland fly-half has spent his entire senior career with the Warriors and was a Pro12 winner under Gregor Townsend in 2015.

Russell, who earned his 31st Scotland cap against New Zealand on Saturday, says his decision came from a desire to try something new, with the club announcing his departure in a lengthy statement.

Speaking to the Warriors' official website, he said: "I've shared so many fantastic moments with people who are now friends for life and to do it in front of the amazing Glasgow Warriors supporters at Scotstoun has been a dream come true.