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At Wembley, England and Scotland drew 0-0, keeping both sides’ hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages of Euro 2020 alive. Despite only 22,500 supporters in attendance, the first match between the men’s teams in a major tournament since Euro 96 was played in an usually rowdy atmosphere, with both sides having huge chances to win. The most of the accolades must go to With a win over Croatia under their belts, Gareth Southgate’s side now has a chance to leapfrog the Czech Republic and win Group D in their last match, while Scotland will look to win at Hampden Park against Croatia.
Scotland, on the other hand, showed incredible strength and spirit to recover from their opening defeat to the Czech Republic at Hampden Park to earn this crucial point. The Tartan Army was ecstatic at the final whistle, but England’s players were subjected to a barrage of jeers from their fans.
When John Stones headed Mason Mount’s corner against the woodwork, England could have seized the lead early on. Jordan Pickford’s brilliant stop from Stephen O’Donnell and a goal-line clearing from Reece James diverted Lyndon Dykes’ goal-bound attempt after the break as Scotland calmed and improved. Gareth Southgate’s nickname is “Sid.”