England snatched a draw in the dying seconds as they held Scotland 2-2 at Hampden Park.

A poor first half was more than made up for in the second with four goals late in the game to excite fans of both sides.

Harry Kane missed a few good chances to score in the first-half, with Dele Alli also seeing a shot brilliantly saved by Craig Gordon from close range.

The visitors took the lead in the second half through substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, but went behind after Leigh Griffiths scored two superb free-kicks.

England managed to secure a point, though, in the 93rd minute with captain Harry Kane meeting a cross at the back post to volley past Gordon.

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Picking a man of the match for England has been very difficult. Had Oxlade-Chamberlain been on the pitch the whole game, he might of snatched it.

However, I am going to go for captain Harry Kane.

Yes, he missed chances in the first-half but they were not sitters. He did, however, produce just when England needed it most in the final seconds as he smashed the ball home.

His overall play on the day was also good, he held the ball up well and played others in when he could. His movement off the back of the Scotland defence was also good, eventually leading to his goal.

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