Scotland are alive and well at EURO 2020 after drawing England, but they don't want it to become "a pointless result."
Harry Kane is England's captain, chief goalscorer and talisman, which is great when things are going well, but when the striker is off the boil, as he was horribly again on Friday against Scotland, his sluggishness seems to permeate the whole team. England were desperately short of ideas, invention and energy, managing a solitary shot on goal in a 0-0 draw that was a just reward for a Scottish team who were the exact opposite, making up easily for a supposed gulf in class with their commitment and organisation. On Sunday, Kane was taken off late in the 1-0 win over Croatia, looking out on his feet, with some suggesting the hot conditions may have played a part in his sluggish display.
Harry Kane was subbed off in the second half as the captain of England, and his team, struggled throughout in their shock draw with Scotland.