Passive Scotland defence irks Robinson

Scotland coach Andy Robinson says his side were "soft in defence" against New Zealand as they lost 22-51 to the world champions at Murrayfield.

Robinson citicised his team for standing off the All Black attack and missing too many one-one-one tackles, but he insists they will learn from their mistakes and work to put more pressure on the opposition and "improve their line speed."

The Englishmen was pleased with some of the things Scotland did in attack, pointing to some good ball carries and the fact that they scored three tries.

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