Monday, November 15, 1999 Published at 14:34 GMT
Shearer salutes gutsy performance
England captain Alan Shearer (right): "We did a hell of a job"
England captain Alan Shearer saluted his team after their impressive victory at Hampden on Saturday.
But he warned that England would be taking nothing for granted at Wembley on Wednesday.
"We couldn't have asked for more and could not have worked harder and Paul (Scholes) again came up with the goods.
"I knew we wouldn't be able to hear the anthem," he said. "We knew it would he hard and we did a hell of a job. But it's only half-time. We have to finish it at Wembley.
"We attack and we want to score goals, so that's the way we'll play it on Wednesday."
"I got booked for celebrating, which was a silly thing to do, but I was a bit excited," he said.
"Before the game Kevin (Keegan) told me to get forward as much as possible and it worked.
Scotland captain, Colin Hendry, admitted he was devastated by the result, saying: "I'm sorry for the fans.
"We didn't have any key to unlock the back door. Kevin Gallacher worked tirelessly, but it wouldn't happen for us.
"But believe me, we'll try twice as hard and give it our best shot."