Vern Cotter hailed his Scotland side’s second-half display, in that a transport of 20 unanswered points cumulative a initial feat over Wales given 2007.
In turn 3 of a Six Nations, a Welsh had led 13-9 during a break.
But dual tries, and 10 points from a foot of Finn Russell after a interval, paved a approach to a 29-13 win.
“We realised we were examination them play rather than personification ourselves,” Cotter pronounced after Scotland’s second win of a championship.
“I’m really unapproachable of that response. The boys went out and started holding a diversion to a Welsh team.
“We were some-more noisy and organized in a second half. We practical vigour and got over a line with well-scored tries.
“It means we’re still in a foe and we can get behind to work on Monday and ready for Twickenham.”
John Barclay, captaining Scotland from a behind row, became usually a fourth of 14 Scotland skippers in a Six Nations epoch to have tasted feat in his initial diversion heading a team.
The 30-year-old, who took over from a harmed Greig Laidlaw, was carefully confident about Scotland’s chances opposite England during Twickenham on 11 March.
He told BBC Sport: “We won really good opposite Ireland (in turn one), afterwards we didn’t play quite good (against France). We wanted to get out of that cycle of carrying a good win, afterwards not subsidy it up.
“The second half, to go out there, no panicking and play with control and correctness – we recovered from a bad initial half to go on and kick a really good Welsh side.
“We trust within a organisation that we can do something. We go to England for a subsequent game. We’ll have a demeanour during them. If we play well, we can win.
“If we play like we did in Paris, if we play like we did in a initial half (against Wales), afterwards it becomes really difficult.”
England can re-take tip mark in a Six Nations list from Ireland with feat over Italy on Sunday.
New Zealander Cotter has usually dual games remaining as Scotland conduct manager – a penultimate being a Calcutta Cup compare – before he creates approach for Gregor Townsend.
“Real courage and desire, a boys threw their bodies into it,” was Cotter’s comment of his team’s battling performance.
“We were rival during a relapse so, all in all, I’m happy we came divided with a win.
“We will suffer a evening, it’s been a few years given we kick Wales. The boys can have a integrate of quiet, cold beers. Then we go down to England.
“I consider these practice for a immature players are great. John (Barclay) did a good pursuit out there and steadied a ship.”