England will be disappointed and Scotland elated after playing out a 0-0 draw at Wembley in their second Euro 2020 Group D clash. Here, our Chief Football Correspondent Jason Burt breaks down where Gareth Southgate's side failed to meet the mark - and the areas in which their oppRead More »
The Harry Kane blueprint: How to get the best out of England’s subdued superstar Ally McCoist: This fearless young Scotland side can finally break tournament hoodoo and march into knockout stages Scotland striker Lyndon Dykes has said England wilted under phyiscal pressure after emerging with an impressive, battling draw at Wembley on Friday night. Steve Clarke's men emerged with a commendable point and the Australian-born striker believes their physical approach handed them an advantage. Dykes,
The World Cup winner will stay at Old Trafford for the next five years if he accepts the planned offer.
Matteo Berrettini broke British hearts at Queen’s and Wales reached the last 16 at Euro 2020 on Sunday.