Second-Half Performance Secures Bonus Point Win For Scotland
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Sean Maitland scored the 100th try of the 2015 Rugby World Cup to help Scotland make it two wins from two in a 39-16 victory over United States in Leeds on Sunday.
Maitland, who hails from New Zealand, was one of three foreign-born players to score tries for the victors, Dutch wing Tim Visser and South African prop WP Nel being the others.
Centre Matt Scott and Duncan Weir also got tries as Scotland grabbed their second successive bonus point win to move on to 10 points, three clear of South Africa who they play in Newcastle next Saturday.