The British derby ended without a winner, with England and Scotland remaining in the "white" draw at "Wembley" (0-0), in the context of the second match of the fourth group.
In the 115th meeting of their history, the two teams presented a very bad face in rainy London, in a fairly strong and tough match.
After the premiere, the "three lions" again had problems with their image, mainly in the offensive part, with the Scots defending exceptionally and holding the zero with relative comfort.
ENGLAND: Pickford, Shaw, Rice, Stones, Phillips, Mings, Mount, Fontaine (63 ′ Grillis), James, Kane (75 ′ Rasford), Sterling.
SCOTLAND: Marshall, O'Donnell, Robertson, McTominey, Hanley, Tierney, McGinn, McGregor, Dicks, Adams (87 'Nisbet), Gilmore (76' Armstrong).