Scotland has ended England hope of a grand-slam in this years Six Nations when they outplayed them 25-13 on Saturday.
It was one huge performance from the Scots and they deserve every single minute of this great win.
This win also brings an end to a eight match losing streak against England.
Ireland win earlier over Wales have now put them in the pound seat to take this years Six Nations Championship.
Laidlaw gave Scotland the early lead as he kicked nine out of nine in this years championship.
Farrell leveled scores with a penalty for England after 14 minutes but Scotland then scored their first try after a driving maul in to the twenty two, Finn Russell placed a well-weighted grubber kick through which bounced fortunately for Scotland, completely bamboozling Anthony Watson as Huw Jones pounced on the ball to run through and dot down for the game’s first try. Laidlaw’s conversion made it 10-3.
England got another penalty to take their score to six
It was a gain Finn Russell that was doing his part to send Sean Maitland over in the corner.
Then came the Huw Jones moment running straight through England defence and with two English on his back had the power to get over the line
England immediately took the game to Scotland after the break, enjoying their best spell of possession of the game and the resistance was broken just four minutes in when Farrell ran a lovely line as Danny Care switched back to the blindside, catching the Scottish defence slightly off-guard.
A long period of no scoring ensued before Sam Underhill saw yellow in the 65th minute for a no-arms tackle. Russell slotted the subsequent penalty to extend the lead to 25-13.
However, Scotland showed tremendous character on defence to deny England any further scores and secure a historic victory.
Tries: Jones 2, Maitland
Cons: Laidlaw 2
Pens: Laidlaw, Russell
Pens: Farrell 2