Scotland's World Cup qualifying hopes are close to be being snuffed out following a 3-0 loss to England at Wembley.
The second defeat in four games leaves Gordon Strachan's men fifth in Group F and the manager facing further questions about his future.
Former Scotland striker Steven Thompson gives his marks out of 10 for the display.
Craig Gordon (goalkeeper) 5
No chance with goals but had little else to do other than pick the ball out of his net.
Ikechi Anya (right-back) 6
A surprise choice but the Derby winger defended well considering he wasn't in his natural position.
Lee Wallace (left-back) 6
Scotland's best player on the night after a long absence from the international scene. Offered a real threat going forward and worked tirelessly.
Grant Hanley (central defence) 5
Played better than in Slovakia and unlucky at first goal after making a good block. Wasted a great chance to equalise, failing to hit the target from a free header.
Christophe Berra (central defence) 6
Given a rare start and did well to keep England's danger men quiet for large periods.
Darren Fletcher (central midfield) 5
The captain's desire and work rate are never in question but he was loose in possession too often.
Scott Brown (central midfielder) 6
Back from his short-lived international retirement but for how long? The Celtic captain gave the midfield energy and aggression as expected.
James Morrison (central midfield) 5
Largely ineffectual. Didn't get on the ball enough to make a positive impact. Again, a surprise inclusion given his lack of game time at West Brom.
James Forrest (wide midfield) 5
Missed a glorious opportunity to level the game early in the second half, dragging a shot wide from near the penalty spot. Another player guilty of giving the ball away too often.
Robert Snodgrass (wide midfield) 6
Provided some threatening set-pieces. Really should have scored not long after Forrest's miss when he had a good sight at goal.
Leigh Griffiths (striker) 6
Led the line well with positive energy in the first half. However, made a poor decision not to play in Snodgrass on a good counter-attack. Tired in the second half as Scotland meekly surrendered.
James McArthur (replaced Morrison after 66 minutes) 3
The game was over when he came on, very difficult to make an impression.
Callum Paterson (replaced Anya after 79 minutes) 2
On for the injured Anya. Not given much to do since England were content to keep the ball and didn't pose much of a threat.
Matt Ritchie (replaced Snodgrass after 82 minutes) 2
Too late to make an impact.