Wales clinch dramatic win
Wales staged a remarkable fightback to inflict a 31-24 defeat on Scotland at the Millennium Stadium.
The home side looked down and out when they trailed 24-14 with only three minutes of normal time left, but tries by Leigh Halfpenny and Shane Williams - his 49th for Wales - clinched an astonishing win.
Scotland looked to have done enough to reduce Wales' RBS 6 Nations title hopes to ruins by ending an eight-year wait for victory in Cardiff, but they ended the game with 13 men after substitutes Scott Lawson and Phil Godman were sin-binned in rapid succession.
Fly-half Dan Parks delivered a supreme tactical display that also included two drop-goals and a penalty double, while flanker John Barclay and substitute wing Max Evans scored first-half tries and Chris Paterson slotted a conversion.
But Wales, who had earlier claimed a Lee Byrne try, prevailed as fly-half Stephen Jones kicked 16 points, leaving Scotland crestfallen following two successive Six Nations defeats.
It was rough justice on the Scots, who dominated most of the game in arguably their most complete performance during Andy Robinson's coaching reign.
However, they could not finish Wales off, despite having them on the ropes for so long, as the home side completed one of Six Nations rugby's greatest comebacks.