SCOTLAND captain Ross Ford had no hesitation in handing the ball to match-winner Greig Laidlaw before he kicked the last-gasp penalty to secure a memorable 9-6 win over Australia.
Laidlaw secured Scotland's first win over the Wallabies on their own turf in 30 years when he slotted home his kick, after the final hooter had sounded, in atrocious conditions.
"He has done that all season for us, pressure games, pressure kicks – he nudges them over. I have total confidence in him," said Ford.
The winning kick prompted celebrations from the Scotland players, who had also won their previous meeting with Australia 9-8 three years ago.
"Our tackles and breakdown work was good and we held them out," Ford said. "We had to stay disciplined and not give away penalties needlessly. We had to trust in the defence and keep it going.
"It showed in the end that we did manage to break out of our half and into a position where we could attack."
For Robinson and his team, it was the first win of the year and broke a sequence that had run to seven consecutive losses.
Robinson insisted, however, his side would not get carried away by the result, and that there was still a lot of work to do if they were to start fulfilling their potential consistently.
"I am just delighted for the players and the management who have worked so hard," he said.