ENGLAND showed their quality as they beat Scotland in a thrilling game in the 150th anniversary clash.
The Three Lions were outstanding in the first half but had to deal with a resistance from the hosts as they claimed their first win at Hampden Park since 1999.
England had a penalty denied in the 20th minute after Jude Bellingham was taken off, but Marcus Rashford’s offside call early in the move ruled out any chance of a penalty.
Kyle Walker was clearly buoyed by his first international goal of the weekend and almost scored his second goal in as many games in the 24th minute when he fired a volley past Angus Gunn’s post.
England’s pressure was rewarded in the 31st minute when a lucky deflection saw them take the lead.
Walker tried his luck again but his shot went wide until Phil Foden managed to direct the shot into the goal, leaving Gunn helpless.
Bellingham then gave the Three Lions some consolation when he grabbed a loose ball and fired the ball into the goal just minutes after the first goal.
Scotland were the better team in the second half but were unable to find a way through the England defence, with Lewis Dunk starring in his second ever cap.
That lasted until the 67th minute, when half-time substitute Harry Maguire failed to block a cross and instead shot the ball into his own net.
Captain Harry Kane thought he had reacted quickly five minutes later but was penalized for a foul.
The FC Bayern Munich striker scored his goal in the 80th minute when he shot past Gunn after a pass from Bellingham to secure the win for the visitors.
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