SIX NATIONS: England fall to Scotland at Twickenham
England's Six Nations title defence got off to a terrible start as they lost to rivals Scotland on the opening weekend.
Eddie Jones' side lost the Calcutta Cup in an 11-6 defeat at Twickenham - Scotland's first win at England's home ground since 1983.
Duhan van der Mewhe's scored the only try of the game as Scotland ended a 38-year wait to win at their arch-rivals.
Backed as favourites to win the tournament, England will be disappointed to start off their Six Nations campaign this way.
It was a repeat of the first match these two participated in, way back in 1871 - the first game of rugby union - which Scotland also won.
In fact, it was the 150th anniversary of that match meaning there was no shortage of history heading into this game.
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