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Friday, November 19, 1999 Published at 14:24 GMT


England claim the prize



England stutter into Euro 2000 despite losing the Wembley leg of the play-off 1-0 to a transformed Scotland. A two-goal buffer from the Hampden clash proved just enough to see Kevin Keegan's men through.



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England scrape through
Match report: How Scotland's fighting display at Wembley narrowly failed to stop a disjointed England qualifying for next summer's tournament

Keegan remains optimistic
England coach Kevin Keegan leaves Wembley with a rallying cry: "We can still win Euro 2000."

Brown's dream destroyed
Scotland manager Craig Brown vows to stay on in the job after narrowly failing over the two legs

Big match pictures
Images from the Tartan Army's arrival in London to the agonising final outcome for Craig Brown's team.

Timeline: England v Scotland II
A play-by-play rundown of the main action from the Euro 2000 second leg at Wembley.

What they said
Key quotes from the principle figures in the England v Scotland Euro 2000 clash.

Cheers and tears for Tartan Army
Proud Scottish fans admit they did not know whether to laugh or cry on their way back north.



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Hansen vs Brooking

Match of the Day's sparring partners celebrate a dramatic Scottish victory and warn Kevin Keegan that England must improve.



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Advantage England

Round one went to England as they notched up an impressive 2-0 victory at Hampden.

Scholes silences Scots
England take control with a Paul Scholes double.

Big match pictures
The opening play-off at Hampden - in pictures

Shearer salutes gutsy performance.
England captain, Alan Shearer, congratulates his team on the result.

Brown: Key decision went against us
Craig Brown and Kevin Keegan give their verdicts on the big game

'Away Scholes count double'
Scotland's newspapers despair



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A history of fierce football rivalry

These matches are always hot-blooded affairs. News Online Scotland looks back at an eventful 127 years.



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Nine great battles

Remember 1977 and the Wembley posts? Or England's dramatic victory in Euro 96? Relive the greatest England and Scotland occasions.



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Bosses rally the troops

Men in charge Kevin Keegan and Craig Brown are contrasting characters in the world of international football management.



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Scotland squad guide

Sullivan through to Dodds, and Burley down to Weir. How Brown's troops shaped up in front of their Tartan Army of fans.



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England squad guide

Seaman forward to Shearer, and Adams through to Wise. Full profiles of the men Keegan selected for the big games.







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In this section

Scotland squad guide

England squad guide

Great border skirmishes

Generals in the firing line

A history of fierce football rivalry

Fans in court over football trouble

Scotland v England

Lambert out of play-offs

Hendry's double jeopardy

Brown cautious over Hendry injury

The limitations of passion-play

England claim the prize

All quiet after Wembley showdown

Timeline: England v Scotland II

Hooligans face up to smart cameras

Cheers and tears for Scotland