Scotland coach Frank Hadden admitted the memorable 18-12 victory over world champions England on Saturday has still to sink in, such are the astonishing statistics he has been poring over.
Hadden held court with the media still hoarse from the effects of guiding his team to a historic Calcutta Cup triumph - the first over England since 2000 - and the, no doubt exuberant, celebrations afterwards.
The Scots have blown the RBS 6 Nations Championship wide open after their thrilling Murrayfield win - a success achieved as a result of a phenomenal defensive effort.
And Hadden admits he is still coming to terms with the result on the back of the most incredible stats he has ever seen.
He said: "Reflecting on the game now, I would say don't expect ever to see a win like that again.
"It was almost surreal the way in which it was achieved. Hopefully next time we beat England we'll do it slightly differently because personally I've never seen any statistics quite like it.
"I've never seen a set of stats where one side were almost flawless and the other so far behind yet won the game.
"What they do highlight are certain things that came out of the game, things like commitment, passion and pride but also specific qualities.
"Chris Paterson's goal-kicking was absolutely exceptional and our defence was exceptional in so many different ways.
"The tackle count I saw over the weekend mentioned at 112 but our guys make it around 196 which is a sensational number of tackles.
"Jason White made 17 tackles but 71 per cent were big hits. When you hear that the team average is 33 per cent it puts into perspective. I've never come across a statistics like that from one player before."
Before Will Greenwood started breaking down moves off the field, he was doing the business on it - and no match better illustrated the type of marauding centre he was than in a virtuoso performance against Wales.