England put one over on their neighbours as they defeated Scotland 3-1 in Glasgow to claim local bragging rights. The two played out a thrilling 3-2 draw in August last season and produced another entertaining encounter this time round with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain opening the scoring for the visitors with a deft header from Arsenal FC club-mate Jack Wilshere's diagonal ball. Wayne Rooney's instinctive header doubled the advantage shortly after the restart but Andrew Robertson pulled one back with a well-worked goal to set up a tense finish. However, Rooney's second after a neat pull back from Adam Lallana confirmed the win for Roy Hodgson's side.
|1998/00||Final tournament - Group stage||13||5||4||4|
|Full UEFA competition record|
|UEFA European Football Championship||121||69||33||19|
|FIFA World Cup||164||94||43||27|