"We pushed a good team all the way but we can play better".
Scotland badly needed some points but turned down a simple three for a quick tap by Russell and the Irish defence swarmed to force a turnover inside their own five metre line.
Johnny Sexton suffered a head injury leaving Joey Carbery to run the game for nearly an hour: the Munster star threw an intercept pass for Sam Johnson's try for Scotland, but conjured the winning score for Earls.
His ease with ball in hand and willingness to run led directly to Keith Earls' decisive second-half try.
Ireland's three tries all resulted from Scottish errors, perhaps with some degree of pressure inflicted from the reigning 6 Nations champions forcing the issue, but not forgivable at this level if the Scots really had serious designs on winning the championship.
"We restricted them to an intercept try and it was a massive defensive effort".
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The 22-year-old flanker was frustrated, however, to be off the field during that key set of phases at the end of the first half which saw Scotland's relentless toil go unrewarded as he was having 12 stitches put in above his eye.
Ireland admitted they were not fully mentally prepared for the physical onslaught against England - but after Saturday's edgy Edinburgh win, captain Best believes they have restored the right mindset.
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt praised his team's set-pieces and ferocious defense, but said the key difference from the week before was their attitude.
"There was definitely a rise in temperature, an increase in energy", said Schmidt.
The try was a double blow to Scotland. What changed in the 15 minutes of half time?' Ireland just took a grip of that game, raised the stakes.
"If we were able to replicate that first half after the break, then I think we'd be here with a win". We conceded the try a minute after that and lost one of our best players'.
"Joey is a quality player, you don't want to see anyone go off injured, but it's great to see everyone coming off the bench and stepping up", he said.