- European Championship qualifier at Tynecastle
- Superb Reiss Nelson free-kick and long-range Kieran Dowell strike
- England already qualified for Euro 2019 in Italy - unbeaten in 34 qualifying games
- Scotland's qualifying hopes ended by 3-1 defeat in Ukraine
The England Under-21 boss Aidy Boothroyd, will be happy with that.
The Three Lions finish wrap up their qualification campaign 8 points clear in Group D and now unbeaten in 35 qualifiers.
And that is that. What a way to finish for Kieran Dowell and England.
What a goal that is. England go short from the corner and Kieran Dowell comes in off the right, takes aim and plants a curling left-footed shot into the far left corner. Nothing Ross Doohan could do about that.Copyright: Reuters
Wonderful save from Ross Doohan.
England's Phil Foden cuts in off the right and powers an effort towards the top corner but Doohan tips it wide.
We've got two minutes of added time.
Aidy Boothroyd is perhaps looking to capitalise on some tired Scotland legs. Off comes Tammy Abraham as Everton's pacey forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin trots on.Copyright: Reuters
Are Scotland building up a head of steam here? Glenn Middleton and Lewis Morgan again combine.
This time though Morgan punches his shot towards the far right corner forcing England keeper Dean Henderson to tip the ball behind for a corner.
At last something for the home crowd to get excited about. Glenn Middleton plays the role of target man shielding the ball and laying it into the path of Lewis Morgan 20 yards out.
But the Celtic man produces a tired effort that drifts well wide.Copyright: PA
England are still searching for a decisive second goal and few players are looking as dangerous as Harvey Barnes.
He dashes down the right but David Bates reaches his cut-back and desperately clears with an England midfielder steaming on to it.
Lovely feet and a great turn from Alan Campbell as Scotland burst forward. Can someone ask England's Fikayo Tomori to pick up a hot dog on his way back into position?
But the attack eventually falls flat 30 yards from Dean Henderson's goal. Just need a better final ball Scotland.
Stick it in the mixer man.
Scotland's centre-backs troop forward but Lewis Morgan goes short with a free-kick and a good attacking position amounts to nothing. What a waste.
Some more good defending from Scotland's Ryan Porteous. Sure I've said that before...
England again come forward down the left and the Hibs centre-back does well to watch his dangerous cross out of play.Copyright: PA
Here comes Phil Foden, replacing Josh Onomah in midfield for England. He's been compared to David Silva over at the Etihad, so just the man Scotland will want to see.
England should really have put this to bed. Jake Clarke-Salter's long throw reaches the back post and all Dominic Solanke has to do is nod it over the goal-line.
Somehow though the Liverpool forward directs his effort - which trickles down his shoulder - against the post and Scotland survive.
Scotland really need to try and raise the tempo now but first they need try to keep hold of the ball. It's just all England at the moment.Copyright: Getty Images
Scott Gemill immediately makes a change to his Scotland team. Aberdeen's Lewis Ferguson is introduced as Chelsea's Billy Gilmour makes way.Copyright: PA
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Pick that one out.
After creating a host of chances England finally score from something that initially seemed a touch over-ambitious.
Reiss Nelson steps up though and finds the top left corner from 30-yards out. There's no stopping that one. Unbelievable technique.Copyright: Reuters
Ross McCrorie will not thank David Bates for that pass. He gets caught out and chops Harvey Barnes down as he advances on the Scotland back four.
England are camped in the Scotland half of the pitch now. But try as they might there is currently no way through....Jay Dasilva has tried his luck from distance and now Dominic Solanke has a go.
But that's high, wide and handsome. A really poor effort and one for the ball boys to look for in the stand.