England’s four best goals vs. Scotland
Tomorrow night, England face Scotland at Wembley in an all-important World Cup qualifier with political subplots aplenty – not least including Scottish independence, Brexit and the poppy debate raised by Remembrance Day.
The home nations represent one of world football’s greatest rivalries. In fact, Scotland vs. England was association football’s first ever international fixture, originally taking place all the way back in 1872.
The two countries have met on 111 more occasions since, with the Three Lions claiming the lion’s share (excuse the pun) of victories – albeit by just six – and only 24 ending in draws.
Down the years, some absolutely fantastic goals have been scored in this fixture, ranging from cheeky pea-rollers to long-range belters.
So in the build-up to Friday’s clash at Wembley Stadium, here’s a rundown of England’s four greatest goals against the Tartans. Will Wayne Rooney, Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling and company add to this list in tomorrow night’s qualifier?