England's Six Nations Grand Slam hopes are in tatters as Scotland ended a 10-year wait for a victory against the auld enemy, with Gregor Townsend's men inflicting only a second defeat on Eddie Jones in a thrilling 25-13 win at Murrayfield.
The intensity began even before the game started as a scuffle broke out in the tunnel as the teams ended their pre-match warm-up but it didn't transfer onto the pitch as England were lacklustre at best in a humbling defeat.
The hosts hadn't scored a try at home against England since 2004 and couldn't have imagined they would have a 16-point halftime lead as everything that could go their way, went their way in Edinburgh.
Greig Laidlaw and Owen Farrell traded early penalties before Huw Jones sprung into life.
With Scotland on the attack, Finn Russell's kick through bobbled away from the English defence and in stepped Jones to gather and touch down inside 15 minutes.
Laidlaw converted and Farrell replied with a penalty but in attack, England looked lifeless. They kicked away possession and Scotland were in dreamland by the break.
In a very open game, Scotland narrowly avoided throwing an intercept and Sean Maitland managed to get in in the left corner but Laidlaw sent the resulting conversion wide.
It got better for Scotland with two minutes left in the half, when Jones was feed on halfway. He first saw a gap between Nathan Hughes and Owen Farrell and after leaving both for dead, Mike Brown and Anthony Watson closed.
Watson tackled too high, while Brown failed to make any impact and Jones waltzed through to score. It was the first time they had scored three tries at home since 1986 as they took a 22-6 lead into the interval.
But Gregor Townsend's men had the worst possible start to the second-half as Owen Farrell walked in four minutes in with Scotland's defence found wanting. Very much game on and England smelt blood.
And 10 minutes later it looked like normal order had resumed with Courtney Lawes putting in a massive tackle on halfway, Watson hacked on and Farrell went over for a try only for Owens to go upstairs.
The TMO ruled that Lawes had knocked on in the tackle and back they came for a scrum on halfway.
As Laidlaw made way, Sam Underhill saw yellow for a no-arms tackle and Russell kicked the penalty for a 12-point lead. That was how it ended as 'Flower of Scotland' rang aloud around Murrayfield as Gregor Townsend's men got back into contention for the Six Nations title.