Scotland’s desire and determination were more than enough to rattle England, but their inability to finish denied either side from being able to steal all three points.
I see Harry Kane attracting groans in certain quarters, but the truth is that he had terrible service and would have become much more of a threat has he swapped sides at half-time.
Southgate exudes such an air of corporate political correctness, he’s become what I perceive to be Daniel Levy’s ideal man in the hunt for a new coach. The eventual addition of Jack Grealish was immediately diminished by the simultaneous removal of Phil Foden, who had been England’s brightest thinker.
Chris Waddle told the BBC that he thought Kane looked leggy as if he had come off the back of a long hard season. World-class players need better service than the 27-year-old received last night, that’s for sure.
This shot assist was about the closest Kane got to showing everyone what he can do, but the lad he passed to had clearly been watching Gareth Bale’s recent penalty on a loop.