Early in the first half today, Scotland scored their first try against England at Murrayfield since 2004. It's an insane run of six games, that even includes two wins and a draw, but no tries. Today, the scored three, all of them in the first half, and put in a massively passionate and skilful performance in becoming the first team other than Ireland to beat Eddie Jones' England, and win their first Calcutta Cup in ten years.
They started off today like a house on fire, and amazingly, lead 22-6 at half-time, and it's no wonder after the amazing rendition of "Flower Of Scotland" before the game.
As has become custom, the players and fans continued singing the second verse of the anthem after the official version ended. Starting with a piper on top of the Murrayfield stand, it was energising enough, but after a second verse sang with such passion by a 65,000 strong Scottish support and 23 crazy eyed Scottish players, it was full-on inspiring.
You watch this, and you just want to go out and hit English lads. If you're not playing international rugby against them today, please resist the temptation.
Magic. No wonder they never stopped for 80 plus minutes.