Monday, November 15, 1999 Published at 08:22 GMT
Brown: Key decisions went against us
Keegan's joy as Brown (left) is left thinking what may have been
Scotland manager, Craig Brown, blamed his side's defeat against England on a number of "key decisions".
Brown said: "I thought we had two very good claims in their penalty area and I would be very interested to see them again."
"We did have the better chances before England scored," he said.
"At half-time we were 2-0 down and I think that was a bit harsh.
"We can still go to Wembley with hope. We've always scored away from home when we need to and we can do it in London.
"But if Kevin Gallacher's shot hadn't been saved by Seaman, it could have been 1-1 and a different game"
England coach, Kevin Keegan, was understandably delighted with the result, saying: "We've started, under my reign, to play the way I want to play. I couldn't have asked for more.
"At 2-0, we said 'the next goal is crucial' and we had a chance just before half-time. But I'll settle for 2-0, we played fantastic today.
"Sol Campbell, Tony Adams, Martin Keown all played well. And when I look through the team everyone contributed and that's not really happened for me yet.
"Before the game I told the boys, 'we may have only 6,000 supporters, but when the whistle blows its 11 against 11'.
"Fortunately we have Paul (Scholes). He's got everything. He's a quiet lad, but he's one of those who believes that actions speak louder than words."