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Sports When did Scotland last beat England? Tartan Army record against 'The Auld Enemy'

07:55  19 june  2021
07:55  19 june  2021 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Tartan Army record against ' The Auld Enemy '. So, when did Scotland last come out on top against The Auld Enemy in a football match? Goal takes a look at their head-to-head record .

So, when did Scotland last come out on top against The Auld Enemy in a football match? Goal takes a look at their head-to-head record . A 1-0 victory at Wembley on November 17, 1999 was the date of Scotland 's last victory against England in football. It was the second leg of a Euro 2000 qualifying play-off and Don Hutchison scored the winning goal. Unfortunately for Scotland , however, it was not enough to secure passage to Euro 2000, as England had won 2-0 in the first leg at Hampden Park.

Games between Scotland and England tend to have an edge to them, with the historical rivalry between the two enhanced by the familiarity of both sets of players.

Clashes have been keenly contested and the overall share of the spoils is even enough, though the Three Lions edge it.

So, when did Scotland last come out on top against The Auld Enemy in a football match? Goal takes a look at their head-to-head record.

When did Scotland last beat England?

A 1-0 victory at Wembley on November 17, 1999 was the date of Scotland's last victory against England in football.

It was the second leg of a Euro 2000 qualifying play-off and Don Hutchison scored the winning goal.

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So, when did Scotland last come out on top against The Auld Enemy in a football match? England recorded the first win of the rivalry the following year in 1873, beating the Scots 4-2 in London, but Scotland exacted revenge the following year, winning 2-1 in 1874. While England can claim to be the stronger team based on results in the 20th and 21st centuries, Scotland enjoyed greater success in the early years of the encounter.

Why are England known as ' The Auld Enemy ' to Scotland and the Tartan Army ? Goal brings you all the details. So when we played England , everyone who was Scottish wanted to beat them. "To score against England gives everybody pleasure and obviously if you’re the one who has done it you’re going to enjoy it." Dalglish also suggested that the rivalry is just as important to England players and supporters, saying: "The number of times they’ve shown Gazza’s goal from 1996 on TV [before the England vs Scotland Euro 2020 game] just shows how much the English think about it.

Unfortunately for Scotland, however, it was not enough to secure passage to Euro 2000, as England had won 2-0 in the first leg at Hampden Park.

Paul Scholes scored both goals for the Three Lions on that occasion, setting Kevin Keegan's side up well for the second leg. Indeed, despite losing at Wembley, they progressed with a 2-1 aggregate score.

Scotland have failed to defeat England in their four subsequent matches prior to their Euro 2020 meeting, losing three and drawing once.

a man playing a game of football: England Scotland Don Hutchison Paul Scholes 1999 © Provided by Sporting News England Scotland Don Hutchison Paul Scholes 1999

What is Scotland's record vs England?

As of June 17, 2021, Scotland had played England on 114 occasions, winning 41 games, losing 48 and drawing 25.

Their June 18 meeting with the Three Lions at Euro 2020 represents their 115th encounter.

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Why are England known as ' The Auld Enemy ' to Scotland and the Tartan Army ? Goal brings you all the details. So when we played England , everyone who was Scottish wanted to beat them. "To score against England gives everybody pleasure and obviously if you’re the one who has done it you’re going to enjoy it." Dalglish also suggested that the rivalry is just as important to England players and supporters, saying: "The number of times they’ve shown Gazza’s goal from 1996 on TV [before the England vs Scotland Euro 2020 game] just shows how much the English think about it.

England vs Scotland was first played almost 150 YEARS ago in at Hamilton Crescent in Glasgow in 1872 And the term ' auld enemy ' has become synonymous with the fixture. The Tartan Army have been allocated less than 3,000 tickets for inside Wembley, but thousands more have Scotland fans will never forget beating England at Wembley in 1967, the first defeat for the then world champions in

The first ever fixture between the sides, which is officially recognised by FIFA as the first international football match, was played on November 20, 1872 at Hamilton Crescent. It ended a 0-0 draw.

England recorded the first win of the rivalry the following year in 1873, beating the Scots 4-2 in London, but Scotland exacted revenge the following year, winning 2-1 in 1874.

While England can claim to be the stronger team based on results in the 20th and 21st centuries, Scotland enjoyed greater success in the early years of the encounter.

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