Thunderclap in England, beaten by Scotland for the first time in 38 years at Twinchanum – 6 nations

Coup de tonnerre en Angleterre, battue à Twickenham par l'Ecosse pour la première fois depuis 38 ans

Since 1983, England have never lost at home against Scotland in the six-nation tournament.

Historical! The Scots won for the first time since (11-6) in England … 1983. The Five Nations tournament was then won by France with Serge Blanco, Pierre Berbijier and Jean-Pierre Rives. One hundred and fifty years after their first protest, the British set their feet on the carpet and bestowed the oldest trophy of the World Rugby, the Calcutta Cup, to their best enemy.

However, Scottish captain Stuart Hogg promised that he and his compatriots would break the Indian signal. But he was probably one of the few to believe it. Brilliant with solidarity and generosity, Gregor Townsend’s men misused the premises. And it was Duhan van der Merwe (29th), a South African winger who made the difference.

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Eddie Jones, he can bite his fingers: His England team, already struggling against French reservoirs, is stabilizing in the final of the Autumn Nations Cup in December. Unable to react strangely daring as a Scotland team, the vice-world champions did not do justice to their position. In the end, the XV du Chardon did not tremble until Racing 92’s opener Russell received a yellow card for the ill-fated trip (37th). a feat.

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