Nov 9, 2013 at 2.30pm UK
Scotland
42-17
Japan
Seymour (2), Laidlaw, Dickinson, Weir, Lamont
FT
Fukuoku, Fukuoko

Tommy Seymour: 'Scotland debut was special'

Tommy Seymour of Scotland wins the high ball during the Castle Larger Incoming Tour match between Italy and Scotland at Loftus Versfeld on June 22, 2013
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Scotland winger Tommy Seymour describes his international debut as "special" after scoring two tries in a 42-17 win over Japan at Murrayfield.

Scotland winger Tommy Seymour has described his international debut as "special" after scoring two tries in today's victory over Japan.

The Glasgow Warrior touched down in the 32nd and the 56th minute to inspire his country to a 42-17 win at Murrayfield.

"To get two tries is really special for me," he told BBC Sport. "My parents were in the stand.

"We're not happy with a couple of things, but I'm not going to complain about today. To get two tries is the icing on the cake.

"We're building for the World Cup in 2015 and I would like to think we can have hope for the future."

The next Test match in Scotland's Autumn schedule sees them tackle South Africa on Sunday, November 17.

Sean Lamont of Scotland and Henry Pyrgos of Scotland embrace at the end of the match during the International rugby union test match between Scotland and Japan at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh on November 9, 2013
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