Scotland completed one of the greatest rearguard victories in recent Test history to beat Australia, 9-8, for the first time in 27 years.
Despite being penned in their own half for almost the whole 80 minutes, Andy Robinson’s men somehow held on after Matt Giteau missed a stoppage-time conversion for the Wallabies.
It completed a miserable evening for the fly-half, who kicked Australia ahead early on but missed more than once in front of goal.
Four clear tryscoring opportunities also came and went for the tourists, who eventually broke through magnificent Scotland defending with their final attack, touched down by Ryan Cross.
Two Phil Godman penalties and a Chris Paterson drop goal had put Scotland ahead completely against the run of play but Robinson’s men will not care a jot as they made it two wins out of two under his tenure.