ENGLAND stuttered to a 0-0 draw against Scotland in Friday's Euros clash at Wembley.
Gareth Southgate's men struggled to create chances against Steve Clarke's impressive Scots side.
And the Three Lions will now be sweating over their place in the knockout stages with a tough game against Czech Republic still to play.
Here, SunSport's Duncan Wright delivers his England player ratings...
JORDAN PICKFORD - 7
Fine stop to deny O’Donnell and looked assured dealing with dangerous crosses.
REECE JAMES - 7
Unfazed by any pressure, calm in defence, measured in attack. Vital header off line.
JOHN STONES - 7
Vital early block to deny Che Adams, unlucky to head against post. Sound display.
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TYRONE MINGS - 6
Relished the physical battle with Dykes, but clumsy slip almost cost England dear in second half.
LUKE SHAW - 6
Caught in behind early on, but settled into game. Didn’t provide as much threat going forward as hoped.
DECLAN RICE - 6
Kept the ball moving in midfield and did his job. Could do with striding forward more in possession.
KALVIN PHILLIPS - 6
Risky kick-out at McGinn, not the force of the previous game but kept at it.
MASON MOUNT - 7
Locked in battle with Billy Gilmour, looked most inventive player and went close from the edge of the box.
PHIL FODEN - 6
Drifted infield to get involved but lacked the cutting edge needed or hoped for.
HARRY KANE - 5
Again struggled to get in game, couldn’t get the better of Grant Hanley and hauled off. Worrying form.
RAHEEM STERLING - 6
Lively from the start but lost his way and wasted series of good positions with poor choices.
Jack Grealish (on for Foden, 63') - Brief glimpses of creativity but did more work defensively - 6
Marcus Rashford (on for Kane, 74') - Hardly had a look-in as England stuttered in attack - 6