Midfielder Jude Bellingham continued to show high performance in the Scotland vs England friendly match, scoring 1 goal and assisting 1 goal to help the Three Lions win 3-1.
Scotland vs England goal
Scotland: Maguire (67′ own goal)England: Foden (32′), Bellingham (35′), Kane (81′)
England took the field with a 4-3-3 formation in which Foden – Rashford – Kane were the attacking trio supported behind by Jude Bellingham.
The Three Lions controlled the ball from the first minutes and quickly scored the opening goal in the 32nd minute from Foden. His assist was his teammate at Man City, Kyle Walker.
Just 3 minutes later, England had a goal to double the gap. Andy Robertson passed the ball straight into Bellingham’s feet and the England midfielder easily scored. 2-0 is the score of the first half.
Entering the second half, Scotland increased their attack in search of a goal. But while they could not penetrate England’s defense, they received a surprise gift from substitute Harry Maguire.
In the 67th minute, the MU midfielder, in an attempt to block Robertson’s cross, accidentally sent the ball into his own net, leaving Ramsdale helpless.
With the gap shortened, the England team attacked again. In the 81st minute, Bellingham dribbled past two Scottish players before slotting the ball perfectly for Kane to finish, sealing a 3-1 victory for the Three Lions.
Defeating Scotland 3-1, England made fans temporarily forget the 1-1 draw with Ukraine in the EURO 2024 qualifiers.
Scotland vs England match lineup
Scotland: Gunn; Tierney (Armstrong 82′), Hendry, Porteous; Hickey (Patterson 89′), McGregor (Jack 89′), Gilmour (Dykes 60′), Robertson; McTominay, McGinn (Lewis Ferguson 82′), Che Adams (Christie 59′)Anh: Ramsdale; Walker, Guehi (Maguire 46′), Dunk, Trippier; Phillips, Rice, Bellingham (Gallagher 84′); Foden (Saka 71′), Kane (Wilson 84′), Rashford (Eze 71′)