England 3-2 Scotland

Friendly

Wed 14th August 2013
20:00

Wembley, London (A)
Att: 80,485

Scotland

Morrison(11)

Miller(49)


A McGregor
A Hutton
S Whittaker
R Martin
G Hanley
S Maloney (S Naismith 86)
J Morrison (J Rhodes 82)
S Brown(C)
R Snodgrass (C Conway 66)
J Forrest (C Mulgrew 67)
K Miller (L Griffiths 73)

 

Manager:
Gordon Strachan

 

FIFA Ranking: 50

England

Walcott(29)

Welbeck(53)

Lambert(70)


J Hart
K Walker
L Baines
G Cahill
P Jagielka (P Jones 84)
S Gerrard (A Oxlade-Chamberlain 62)
T Walcott (W Zaha 75)
J Wilshere (F Lampard 46)
T Cleverley (J Milner 67)
D Welbeck
W Rooney (R Lambert 67)

 

FIFA Ranking: 14

 
England
Scotland
Shots At Goal
20
8
Shots On Target
8
2
Possession
64%
36%
Fouls
14
6
Corners
8
3
Offsides
2
1
Saves
0
5
Yellow Cards
3
1
Red Cards
0
0
Source: ESPN
1 Allan McGregor (Hull City) (30 Caps) Age: 31
2 Alan Hutton (Aston Villa) (33 Caps) Age: 28
3 Steven Whittaker (Norwich City) (19 Caps) Age: 29
4 Russell Martin (Norwich City) (6 Caps) Age: 27
5 Grant Hanley (Blackburn Rovers) (8 Caps) Age: 21
6 Shaun Maloney (Wigan Athletic) (29 Caps) Age: 30
7 James Morrison (West Bromwich Albion) (28 Caps) Age: 27
8 Scott Brown (Celtic) Captain (31 Caps) Age: 28
9 Kenny Miller (Vancouver Whitecaps) (69 Caps) Age: 33
10 Robert Snodgrass (Norwich City) (11 Caps) Age: 25
11 James Forrest (Celtic) (8 Caps) Age: 22
 
14 Steven Naismith (Everton) (23 Caps) Age: 26
(Replaced Shaun Maloney 86 min)
18 Jordan Rhodes (Blackburn Rovers) (10 Caps) Age: 23
(Replaced James Morrison 82 min)
19 Charlie Mulgrew (Celtic) (7 Caps) Age: 27
(Replaced James Forrest 67 min)
22 Leigh Griffiths (Wolves) (3 Caps) Age: 22
(Replaced Kenny Miller 73 min)
25 Craig Conway (Cardiff City) (5 Caps) Age: 28
(Replaced Robert Snodgrass 66 min)
 Yellow Card   Red Card   Double Booking   Goals Scored
(4-4-1-1)
Allan McGregor
Alan Hutton
Russell Martin
Grant Hanley
Steven Whittaker
Robert Snodgrass
James Morrison
Scott Brown
James Forrest
Shaun Maloney
Kenny Miller
Interesting Fact
Miller was the first Scottish born player to score from open play against England at Wembley since John Wark in 1979.

Friendly

Wed 14th August 2013
20:00

Wembley, London (A)
Att: 80,485

To mark the 150th anniversary of the English FA, the oldest international fixture was being played for the first time in 14 years.  After only 11 minutes a Scotland corner was headed clear by Wellbeck to James Morrison who collected it outside the box and unleashed a shot that Hart could not keep out, to give Scotland a 1-0 lead.  Just before the half hour mark, England equalised when Cleverly played a great ball though to Walcott, who took on Whittaker and slotted the ball past McGregor.  A few minutes into the second half, Scotland regained the lead.  Hutton passed to Kenny Miller on the edge of the penalty area, and with his back to goal he lost Cahill before turning and unleashing a great shot past Hart.  Scotland's lead only lasted for four minutes this time, as Wellbeck latched on to a Gerrard free kick to head past McGregor.  With 20 minutes remaining Baines floated in a corner and substitute Ricky Lambert met with a powerful header to beat McGregor and give England a 3-2 lead.  In injury time at the end, Lambert almost doubled his tally when he hit the post.  Although the game ended 3-2 to England, Scotland could go home with their heads held high.