Posted: 12 November, 2016
Aitken Does The Unthinkable On The Last With Seconds On The Clock
Commentators later admitted that it looked like Euan Aitken had majorly stuffed up by backing himself on a do-or-die play like this one.
In the 78th minute of play, trailing 18 - 12, the Dragons player saw a slight gap and ran through teammate Jason Nightingale to take Scotland to an unprecedented draw.
It was basically the only time that running it on the last paid off for the Bravehearts, with Aitken's show-and-go enough to get the Scots to 18 - 18.
The draw is a big moment for the Scottish side, becoming the first of the minnows to grab a Four nations point.