England head coach Eddie Jones has praised the attitude shown by his side during their 15-9 Six Nations triumph over Scotland this afternoon.
Jones admitted that England were unable to play exactly to their gameplan, but was pleased with how his side adapted to a "difficult" test.
"I was pleased with the attitude of the team. We wanted to go out and play some positive rugby but we were a little bit off our game," Jones told reporters.
"The refereeing was difficult so it was never going to be a free-flowing game. We had to adjust but the way we did in the second half was terrific. It became a set piece defence game but I thought we excelled in that. Our second-half performance was quite commanding."
England continue their Six Nations campaign against Italy in Rome next weekend.