Harley seals Scotland success
Scotland maintained their 100% summer tour record in the southern hemisphere thanks to a last-gasp try from debutant Rob Harley.
Having seen off both Australia and Fiji in their opening two games of the tour, the Scots managed to make it three successive wins thanks to a 17-16 victory over the Samoans on Saturday.
Scotland were six points behind in the dying stages in Apia but substitute Harley managed to crash over the line, before fly-half Greig Laidlaw slotted the points to give the Six Nations outfit a dramatic win.
Harley was delighted to have made his debut for his country and admitted it was a "dream" to score the winning to try, to end the tour on a real high.
He said: "I always felt we were going to make the breakthrough.
"Even though Samoa were playing so well and they'd had the pressure, we got down on the 22 and we kept the pressure on them.
"It was a brilliant feeling to get the cap and to score the winning try as well was just a dream."