14 brilliant fan photos from Scotland v England anniversary match at Hampden Park
The battle of the two oldest rivals in international football may well have gone the way of England - but there was a brilliant display off the pitch from Scotland supporters.
Over 150 years on from their first ever meeting, the two countries went head-to-head in Scotland for the first time since Harry Kane’s late equaliser earned England a 2-2 draw in a World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park in June 2017.
There never really seemed any doubt about the result on Tuesday night as goals from Phil Foden, Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane gave the visitors 3-1 win, even though a Harry Maguire own goal gave Steve Clarke’s side some hope of making a comeback midway through the second half.
It was to be disappointment for the Tartan Army as they fell to a defeat against the Auld Enemy - and they got fully behind their side throughout the build-up to the game and beyond.
Harry Kane on Saturday bettered a record first set by legendary German striker Gerd Mueller when he hit a hat-trick in Bayern Munich's 7-0 rout of Bochum which took the champions back to the top of the Bundesliga.Bayern have now beaten Bochum 7-0 in three of their past five fixtures.
For 39 minutes the Marcus Smith at full-back trial run seemed destined to join the long file of ill-fated England experiments gone wrong including Ugo Monye’s redeployment to 15 and the whole Sam Burgess affair.