Scott Brown's third goal for his country handed Scotland a 1-0 victory in their international friendly against Norway in Molde
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Excellent finish from the Scotland veteran striker.
Solid strike from James Morrison but Joe Hart should have done better.
That is one brave fan.
When Scotland beat England 2-1 at the old Wembley in 1977, the jubilant away fans celebrated with a mass pitch invasion that resulted in a broken crossbar. The symbolism was lost on no one.
Scottish fans are clearly enjoying their day out in London.
You can watch England v Scotland live tonight on ITV and ITV.com/football from 19:30
Scotland captain Scott Brown claims England are the team under the most pressure going into tonight's friendly at Wembley.
– Scotland captain Scott Brown
I think there is a lot more pressure on them to beat us. We are the underdogs.
But we have got great players and match-winners as well so we are all looking forward to it.
It is going to be a great occasion taking the lads out at Wembley. It is going to be huge, it is definitely right up there, even bigger than taking Celtic out for the last 16 of the Champions League.
It is going to be hard, high-tempo and a great occasion for the fans as well and I'm sure the Tartan Army will be there in their thousands.
England Under-21s gave themselves a timely morale-boost by hitting Scotland for six in this evening's friendly clash at Bramall Lane.
Roy Hodgson was in charge of the side, who won thanks to goals from Nathan Redmond, Raheem Sterling, Connor Wickham (2), Ross Barkley and Tom Carroll.
The only real negative point for the Young Lions came shortly before the interval when midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah sustained an injury from a Tony Watt tackle and had to depart the field on a stretcher.
Relive Scotland's famous night at Wembley in the Euro 2000 qualifying play-off when Don Hutchinson's header gave them a 1-0 victory.
It wasn't enough for the Scots to overturn a 2-0 first leg deficit and England progressed despite losing on the night.
Enjoy all the goals as Spurs goal machine Martin Chivers scores twice to help England beat Scotland 3-1 at Wembley and win the 1971 British Home Championship.
You can watch England v Scotland live from 7:30pm this Wednesday on ITV and ITV.com/football