Scotland wingers were in their element in the Aviva Premiership on Saturday and after Sean Maitland’s score for Saracens, Tim Visser stole the show for Harlequins.
The imposing speedster made the first try of the game against Worcester Warriors, picking off a pass from Ryan Lamb and racing away 60 metres.
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While the covering defence ensured that he wouldn’t be able to cross himself, Visser flicked the ball inside to Danny Care in support for the try.
The Warriors kept in touch, and Visser had to be patient when a score was chalked off in the second half.
However moments later he crossed for the try his performance deserved, put through a gap by Alofa Alofa to seal the 36-14 victory.
Elsewhere England full-back Mike Brown and young centre Joe Marchant also crossed, while Ben Te’o scored the second Worcester try in a losing effort.