Rampant Scotland score eight tries to thrash Australia
Thrilling 53-24 win for Scotland over the Wallabies at Murrayfield.
Scotland thrashed Australia 53-24 in a record-breaking performance at Murrayfield.
The Scots scored eight tries against the Wallabies, who finished with 13 men.
Byron McGuigan - only called into the starting XV after Stuart Hogg picked up an injury in the warm-up - went over the line twice, with Ali Price, Sean Maitland, Jonny Gray, Huw Jones, John Barclay and Stuart McInally also scoring.
Australia were dealt a major setback when Sekope Kepu was sent off towards the end of the first half as the visitors led 12-10.
Scotland went in at the break leading 17-12, before a rampant second-half showing.
The Wallabies' misery was compounded when Kurtley Beale was sent to the sin-bin in the dying stages.