Scotland end the Aussies 27 year reign on them as a strong defensive team set up a victory over the Wallabies at Murrayfield. During the first half it looked like the Wallabies would strike again and beat Scotland for a 28th consecutive year, but as the break approached Scotland fly-half Phil Godman cancelled out a Matt Giteau penalty.
The last time Scotland pulled one over on the Wallabies' colours was way back in 1982 when they beat them 12-7 in Brisbane.
Recently, Scotland have struggled majorly to make an impression within the Six Nations, let alone the global stage. After several years however the appointment of Andy Robinson as coach has proved a wise move.
The world champion's move was announced on Wednesday following news that former world champion Kimi Raikkonen will not race in F1 next year. This comes after Brawn GP (Button's Previous Team) is being taken over my Mercedes.
Button described leaving the Brawn team for whom he won the title as a "difficult decision".
But the 29-year-old added: "Life is about challenges. Most important of all, it's about challenging yourself."
And while the move leaves McLaren with one of the most exciting driver line-ups, Button is facing arguably the toughest challenge of his career. It is also reported that over the 3 year contract Button has with McLaren, he is set to get a nice £5million pound salary at the of the 3 years. (Lucky for some!)
But Former Formula 1 drivers Sir Jackie Stewart told BBC Sport ""It's a mistake and will be like walking into the lion's den for Jenson."
How will Jenson cope next season with a new car and a new team? Only time will tell...
Thierry Henry has issued a statement in reply to claims he handled the ball to earn France a World Cup final place at the expense of the Republic of Ireland.
Henry handled the ball twice in the build-up to creating William Gallas' goal in extra-time on Wednesday night which earned France a 2-1 win after two legs.
The Republic of Ireland FA have issued a report to FIFA and they are hoping to get a replay after Henry admitted to handling the football.
In a Statement to SkySports Henry said;
I have said at the time and I will say again that yes I handled the ball.
I am not a cheat and never have been. It was an instinctive reaction to a ball that was coming extremely fast in a crowded penalty area.
What are your thoughts on this? And If you were in charge of Football, would you give Ireland a replay? Chat on out forum now!
As Chelsea continue their ruthless storm to the top of the table, Arsenal lose to Sunderland and Manchester City draw with Liverpool.
Hull City and West Ham share points in a six goal thriller, whilst Aston Villa snatched a late equaliser against Burnley. Birmingham also won against Fullham.
Liverpool 2 Man City 2
Birmingham 1 Fullham 0
Burnley 1 Aston Villa 1
Chelsea 4 Wolves 0
Hull City 3 West Ham 3
Sunderland 1 Aresnal 0
Man Utd L Everton L