|England: (6) 6|
|Pens: Farrell 2|
|Scotland: (8) 11|
|Try: Van der Merwe Pens: Russell 2|
Scotland claimed a first win at Twickenham since 1983 as returning fly-half Finn Russell orchestrated a shock 11-6 Six Nations victory over England.
Capitalising on the hosts’ ill discipline, Russell gave Scotland a three-point lead before helping to set up Duhan van Der Merwe’s try.
Defending champions England clawed back six points and Russell’s charge was briefly halted by a yellow card.
But a resilient Scotland were undeterred and added another penalty.
England had been favourites to win the tournament but, with France having opened their Six Nations with a 50-10 defeat of Italy, their chances suddenly seem much slimmer.
Scotland, on the other hand, look likely to improve on last year’s fourth-place finish with Wales their opponents at Murrayfield next weekend.
More to follow.