**Wales got the better of Scotland in a thrilling Guinness Six Nations clash at Murrayfield on Saturday, prevailing 25-24.**\n\nWith a host of Guinness PRO14 players in action, we take a look at some of the key moments which shaped this entertaining encounter. \n\n**Scotland cash their chips** \n\nScotland - who opened the championship with their first win at Twickenham since 1983 last weekend - showed plenty of attacking flare as they took control of the match early on. Glasgow’s Ali Price and Edinburgh’s Darcy Graham combined brilliantly for their first try, with the former showing great ingenuity to send a chip over the Welsh defence for the latter to run on to. Graham then scampered around Scarlets full-back Leigh Halfpenny to dot down under the posts. Captain Stuart Hogg gathered his own chip to cross for Scotland’s second as the hosts opened up a 17-3 advantage.