James Robson was at Wembley to rate the England players…
Brilliant save denied Stephen O’Donnell and a first-time clearance in the second half was so close to setting Sterling away.
Looks so comfortable on this stage. Powered forward in support of England’s forwards and solid at the back.
Blocked an early Che Adams shot and then nearly scored himself when heading against the post. Solid performance.
Held onto his place despite Harry Maguire’s return to fitness and produced some important interceptions. Has not let England down.
Bright moments down the left when trying to feed Sterling and Mount. England probably needed to see more of him going forward.
Star of the show against Croatia, but less influential here as England failed to get a grip on midfield.
Largely untroubled when guarding England’s centre-backs. It was more a case of those around him who struggled to stretch Scotland.
Fantastic energy to press Scotland and get forward. Should have done better when set up by Sterling, but one of England’s better players.
Another new hair colour – this time even closer to Gazza’s famous Euro 96 style. But this was another game that he failed to stamp his mark on and could not prevent Kieran Tierney and Andy Robertson from hurting England down his side.
Had warned Scotland they could not silence him, but again struggled to make any kind of impact – even if a lack of service was partly to blame.
England’s brightest attacking talent for much of the game. So bright with his dashes forward that Scotland could not track. Set up chances for Mount and Foden.
Jack Grealish (Foden, 63) 4
A huge cheer greeted his arrival, but he failed to deliver.
Marcus Rashford (Kane, 74) 4
Brought on to provide more of a cutting edge. It did not come.
Subs: Maguire, Henderson, Trippier, Ramsdale, Coady, Sancho, Calvert-Lewin, Chilwell, Johnstone, Bellingham