JONNY Hill’s first taste of a Twickenham Six Nations game did not go as he would have hoped as Scotland won in England for the first time in 38 years to lift the Calcutta Cup.

Ludlow-born lock Hill, 26, was making only his second start for Eddie Jones’ side, earning his fifth cap overall.

The Exeter Chiefs forward’s first start came in Rome last October as England triumphed over Italy to lift last year’s Six Nations title.

But their defence of that crown got off to a losing start as they were edged out 11-6 by Scotland who barely allowed England a sniff of their line throughout the game.

Scotland had not won at Twickenham since 1983 but surged into an 8-0 lead through Finn Russell’s penalty and Duhan van der Merwe's try.

Two Owen Farrell penalties got England back within two but a second Russell penalty for Scotland proved to be the only score of an attritional second half.

The game was Hill’s third Twickenham cap, having made two substitute appearances there against Ireland and France in last year’s Autumn Series.

He will hope to retain his place in the starting line-up as England bid to bounce back at home to Italy this Saturday.