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Scotland - England
World Cup Qualification UEFA - 11 June 2017
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FT: Scotland 2-2 England. Kane levels in stoppage time after Griffiths' stunning quick-fire free kick double had put the hosts in dreamland. Oxlade Chamberlain had opened the scoring 20 minutes from the end. The draw doesn't do much for Scotland's qualification hopes while England's lead at the top of Group F has been cut to two points.
What a ridiculous end to this game!
- GoalHarry KaneEngland
GOAL! Kane levels for the Three Lions! Sterling rakes a ball from the left to the far post where Kane arrives to volley home.
VIDEO: LG's second free kick.
VIDEO: That first free kick from LG.
Four minutes added.
- GoalLeigh GriffithsScotland
GOAL! Incredible scenes as Griffiths curves another sublime free kick over the wall and into the opposite corner. Lightning strikes twice!
Another free kick to Scotland in a similar position... Danger for the visitors.
Hampden erupts. That was Griffiths' first international goal on his 13th cap.
- GoalLeigh GriffithsScotland
GOAL! Griffiths steps up and curls a stunning 25-yard free kick beyond Hart and into the far corner of the net.
Scotland with a free kick 25 yards out, dead centre. This is in a great position for the hosts...
- OffDele AlliEngland
- OnRaheem SterlingEngland
ENGLAND CHANGE: Alli off, Sterling on.
Harsh - but probably true as Griffiths fluffs a half chance at the other end.
Lallana has a pop from distance but it's straight at Gordon.
- OffIkechi AnyaScotland
- OnChris MartinScotland
SCOTLAND CHANGE: Anya off, Martin on.
Griffiths with a shot from distance... but it's well wide.
The Ox gets down the right and dinks a lovely ball into the box for Lallana to arrive and nod a free header over. He should be hitting the target there.
England free kick on the right. Bertrand's cross is met by Dier who can only flick it way over the top.
Worth the wait?
Brown crunches into Alli. He's already been booked and could easily be off. The referee is lenient.
Bad news for Scotland. They haven't come back to beat England since 1976!
- GoalAlex Oxlade-ChamberlainEngland
GOAL! Oxlade Chamberlain makes an instant impact! The Arsenal man jinks in from the right and squeezes a shot through a swarm of bodies and into the net via big hands from Gordon.
The lucky Ox!
Scotland have a free kick 45 yards out. Armstrong hoists it into the box but it's comfortably deal with by the England rearguard.
PHOTO: Livermore challenges the now departed Snodgrass.
SAVE! Bertrand's whipped cross is met by Kane who sees his flick header palmed away by Gordon.
- OffRobert SnodgrassScotland
- OnRyan FraserScotland
SCOTLAND CHANGE: Ryan Fraser on for Snodgrass.
- OffMarcus RashfordEngland
- OnAlex Oxlade-ChamberlainEngland
ENGLAND CHANGE: Oxlade-Chamberlain on for Rashford.
England preparing to bring on the Ox.
Dier will now miss the next WCQ against Malta in September.
- Yellow cardEric DierEngland
Dier booked after the referee played advantage.
Dier lunges in on the edge of the Scotland box... the referee says play on but Armstrong drives well over from 30 yards.
Andy Robertson arrives on the edge of the box but rifles well over the top after some wonderful build up play by Griffiths on the right.
Replays of an earlier Scotland break where Griffiths threw himself to the floor with Walker close behind him. Nothing in it.
PHOTO: Dier challenges for the ball in the first half.
England pressing well in this second period. Scotland looking to calm it down and get themselves back into it.
VIDEO: Livermore goes close.
Rashford with a corner from the left... Scotland easily clear.
OFF THE POST! Livermore cross from the right takes a wicked deflection off a defender and comes back off the near post.
Elsewhere, Slovenia are beating Malta which means they move up to second in Group F as it stands. England's lead would be cut to three points, with Slovakia to play later.
Scotland fans still in good voice at the start of the second period.
Happy viewing for the WBA midfielder.
- OffJames MorrisonScotland
- OnJames McArthurScotland
SCOTLAND HT CHANGE: McArthur on for Morrison.
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF! Scotland restart this Group F WC qualifier.
- End of 1st Half
HT: Scotland 0-0 England.
- Yellow cardJake LivermoreEngland
Rashford's corners from the right have not been up to scratch. This one is too deep and nowhere near Cahill. Scotland counter and Livermore has to concede a foul that sees him go in the book.
Kane with his back to goal. He tries to turn but runs into a wall of Scottish defenders. The ball eventually falls for Livermore who sees his shot from 25 yards fisted behind.
Alli turns and looks to launch a counter but he gets his cross-field pass to the right horribly wrong. England had men in better positions to the left too.
The England corner comes to nothing. The Three Lions are looking the more likely.
Kane feeds Lallana who turns brilliantly, bamboozles Berra but flashes a rising shot just wide of the near post.
Tierney doing well for the home side on the left of the defence. He's trying to get forward when he can, but also keeping Rashford relatively quiet.
Tierney with a probing run down the left for the hosts, but his teasing cross is miles away from anyone in a Scotland shirt and Hart easily gathers.
Alli leads a rapid England counter. He waits for the run of Rashford to his right but the Man United forward touches it too far wide and can't get a shot away. He tires to cross but ends up giving away the goal kick.
England well on top now, but Lallana's curling cross from the left is too high for Alli at the back stick.
Scotland give the ball back to the visitors when play resumes - but kick it all the way back to Hart....
Rashford's corner comes to nothing. Play is halted as Mulgrew gets caught in the face by Smalling.
Gordon's weak headed clearance outside his own box falls for Kane, who doesn't get his lob quite right. Scotland panic and it falls for Rashford who sees his low drive from the edge of the box deflect wide.
Alli picks the ball up 35 yards out and charges at the Scotland defence. He beats one and tries to squeeze between two, but the hosts just about close the door.
It's been a much better 10 minutes or so for England. They look to have settled down now.
Elsewhere in this group, third-placed Slovenia are currently goalless at home to Malta.
Rashford fizzes a right-wing cross deep into the Scotland box, but there is no red shirt near it and the home side move it to safety.
PHOTO: Armstrong tussles with Walker.
Scotland have been the better side, but England have had the two clear-cut chances.
BIG MISS! Lallana wriggles free close to the left byline and somehow digs out a lovely cutback for Kane who somehow contrives to completely miscue from six yards out.
The home support are enjoying this so far. Boos for England as they look to settle into a decent spell of possession.
A snippet of the cracking atmosphere inside Hampden this evening.
The Spurs connection working well for the visitors there. You can't help feel that if Kane was wearing a Tottenham shirt he would have buried that.
CHANCE! Dier picks out Kane with a chipped ball into the box, but the England skipper can only rifle over the top after taking it down well and cutting back onto his left foot.
Southgate urging his players to keep cool heads. There have been some obvious nerves out there in these early exchanges.
Some England team stats...
Cahill clears, but it's an aimless hack into the stand. England can't get out of their own half at the moment.
Yet another corner for Scotland as Anya's cross is turned behind by Walker. Strachan will be delighted with this start.
Kane heads clear but Scotland have the momentum and will come again.
Armstrong peels wide to the left as Scotland break quickly. He wins a corner on the left this time. Smalling meets it but guides it over his own crossbar. Same again....
Good point, but they dominated early at Wembley and ended up heavy losers.
VIDEO: Brown's booking.
SAVE! Hart down well to gather Griffiths' 25-yarder after Snodgrass had shifted it into his path.
The hosts win the first corner of the evening on the right. Snodgrass' delivery doesn't get beyond the first man, but he will get another chance...
England a bit lacklustre at the back. It's giving Scotland some early impetus.
England with a strong record in qualifiers. They haven't lost on Scottish soil since 1985 - can the Tartan Army inspire the hosts to change that today?
- Yellow cardScott BrownScotland
Scott Brown booked for a late lunge on Dele Alli. Very early to be picking up a caution in this type of encounter.
Scotland lining up with a back three from the kick off. An interesting tactical switch from Strachan.
- 1st Half
KICK OFF! England get this WC qualifier underway after a minute's silence.
Gordon Strachan will have just delivered his final words to his players ahead of kick off. In the build up he admitted he was giving some considerable thought to how to inspire his players. He said: "(There is) no Churchillian speech in the back of my mind at the moment, something kind of materialises and that's when it becomes sports psychology and the best in the world was Sir Alex Ferguson. I am sure he never planned some of his team talks, I am convinced he never."
'Choose life. Choose vines of Steven Gerrard being born slippy. Choose emojis, bad Photoshop and opinion - and hope that someone, somewhere - cares. Choose clickbait. Choose Bovril and a pie for six quid a pop...'
Scotland defender Charlie Mulgrew admits this is a 'massive' match for him...
The focus is on England's seniors today, but it will soon return to the U20s who reached the country's first World Cup final at any level since 1966 after mounting a superb comeback to beat Italy 3-1 in the semi-finals in South Korea.
Will the captaincy inspire Kane?
Kane finished the Premier League campaign with a real flourish to claim a second successive Golden Boot. He's now hoping to transmit his club form onto the international stage; He told reporters: "If I score maybe a hat-trick at the weekend and a couple in the next game, the ratio might not look so bad. Five in 17 isn't a terrible record but it is something I want to improve."
The calm before the storm...
Three is a magic number...
A Chris Martin goal in the 88th minute earned Scotland three points against Slovenia in their last outing, with Strachan calling it "a big performance". He's looking for the same again today, describing this as a 'must perform' game rather than must-win.
PREVIOUSLY: England ran out 3-0 winners at Wembley back in November. Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana and Gary Cahill were on target in a contest where the visitors had their moments and missed a number of big chances.
Some pre-match stats to digest.
It's five changes for England as they shuffle the pack following the win over Lithuania. Harry Kane leads the attack as captain with Marcus Rashford and Jake Livermore also getting the nod. Chris Smalling and Gary Cahill form a partnership in defence.
Scotland make two changes from the victory over Slovenia in their last qualifier. Christophe Berra and Ikechi Anya replace Russell Martin and James Forrest.
CONFIRMED TEAMS - SCOTLAND: Gordon, Tierney, Berra, Mulgrew, Robertson, Brown, Morrison, Snodgrass, Armstrong, Anya, Griffiths. /// ENGLAND: Hart, Walker, Cahill, Smalling, Bertrand, Dier, Livermore, Rashford, Dele, Lallana, Kane.
Hello and welcome to the World Cup qualifier between Scotland and England at Hampden Park in Glasgow. The Three Lions are four points clear at the top of Group A with four wins and a draw from five matches. Scotland are six points further back in fourth place at the midway point, and know a victory over the Auld Enemy is essential to maintain realistic hopes of qualifying for next summer's tournament in Russia. Kick off 17.00 BST.