England have edged out South Africa in a thriller at Twickenham, recording a 27-26 victory courtesy of a last-gasp penalty.
The Proteas had been on course for a comeback win in North London before Marcus Smith sent over a routine penalty with less than a minute remaining.
Eddie Jones's team made the perfect start as Manu Tuilagi went over in the seventh minute, a score which came before his early withdrawal through injury.
Pollard added a fifth soon after half time before Elton Jantjies added a further three points with 16 minutes left, the visitors now leading by a point.
England responded through Raffi Quirke, the youngster finishing off a well-constructed move, but South Africa were back to 24-23 down with 11 minutes remaining as Makazole Mapimpi took full advantage of some poor England defending.
South Africa led for just the second time in the match with seven minutes left, Frans Steyn sending over a penalty, but an infringement in front of the posts gave Smith the simple task of earning a memorable win for the hosts.