England manager Roy Hodgson praised the players and fans alike after their 3-1 victory over Scotland in Glasgow.
Scotland boss Gordon Strachan was quick to voice his admiration of the England performance on Tuesday night.
Manchester United and Scotland midfielder Darren Fletcher says the atmosphere may have caused problems for their team.
England captain Wayne Rooney told ITV Sport that he is only focusing on qualifying for Euro 2016 after the nation's sixth straight win.
Wayne Rooney silenced the ferocious home supporters inside Celtic Park as England eased to victory over Scotland in the Battle of Britain.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain converted a superb deep cross from Jack Wilshere in the first half and Rooney scored his 45th England goal after the break to double the lead.
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Goalscorer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jack Wilshere hailed England's growing "winning mentality" after seeing off neighbours Scotland 3-1 at Celtic Park.
In international football's oldest fixture things were rarely as flat as in recent friendlies and England went ahead thanks to Oxlade-Chamberlain's deft header from a pinpoint Wilshere cross.
Wayne Rooney then continued his march up the all-time scoring charts with two of his own in the second half, Hull left-back Andy Robertson having salvaged some pride for the Scots with a fine goal in between.
The Three Lions have now won six in a row since their World Cup woes and Oxlade-Chamberlain senses a growing belief.
It wasn't a great night for the home team, but England can be pleased to picked up their sixth straight win.