England 0-0 Scotland: The pick of the promising performances on the night and whats next?
TOPSHOT - Scotland's forward Lyndon Dykes (3L) attempts on goal and fails during the UEFA EURO 2020 Group D football match between England and Scotland at Wembley Stadium in London on June 18, 2021. (Photo by Matt Dunham / POOL / AFP) (Photo by MATT DUNHAM/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Best Performances at Wembley Stadium

Luke Shaw- The versatile defender took to the contest with both feet looking to press forward and make something happen. The best player on the pitch on the night the Manchester United left-back always looked positive showing an attacking mentality. Although the Three Lions dropped two points they will need to play better with questions all on Gareth Southgate ahead of the Czech Republic game on Tuesday night, three points would be enough for qualification to the next stage of the competition. 

Tyrone Mings- After a hard fought draw Mings looked assured backing up another comfortable performance with a clean sheet from the previous game against Croatia. The Aston Villa defender has silenced the critics in the tournament so far with calls for Harry Maguire, a better option at the back in many minds. Covering and tracking back high up the pitch he must look at improving his game trying to find gaps upfield with harder tests to come. 

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  • What is next for the Three Lions?

The performance seemed lethargic against the Scottish side. Southgate will need more intensity from the players and may look to rotate troops with Jack Grealish knocking on the door to start from the off to make things happen. All questions at the back will continue to be main question with Maguire currently sitting on the bench. From the warmups other personnel have proved their game is strong including the likes of Sam Johnstone, Ben Chilwell and Jude Bellingham.