Tartan Army fans in Scotland's fan zone vowed to keep on boogying through the night after a historic point at Wembley.
About 3000 socially distanced supporters gathered to watch our crunch match with the Auld Enemy on huge screens at Glasgow Green.
Scotland didn't let us down, securing a precious point which kept our dream of qualifying for our first ever major tournament alive.
Fans who were lucky enough to get in on the action in the country's biggest city soaked up the atmosphere.
It's our first tournament in 23 years - and after avoiding defeat, the party will continue into the early hours.
Alex Gordon, 33, from Motherwell, said: "They've done us proud
"I was only a kid the last time we qualified for a major tournament so I don't really remember much of it.
"It's great to get a point, especially all the years we have waited to qualify.
"Thousands and thousands went to London but it's been a great day here as well."
Demi Mitchell, 26, from Cumbernauld said: "Get me another drink! We're going to find a party.
"It's just been nice to be here, theres been some buzz about the place.
"It's just been nice to have a bit of atmosphere about Glasgow. There's been a real buzz about the place - and it's just great to get out of our houses!
"I'd rather be here than in London. It's nice to be here at the fan zone, especially to be in Scotland when we are playing.
Scott McLean, 24, from Shawlands, said: "It's been amazing. Just to wipe that smug look off all the England fans faces.
"They never expected us to get a result so get a result against them, they didn't even think we would score.
Fans started entering the arena shortly after 4.30pm singing our classic party songs, 'We'll Be Coming Down The Road' and "We've got McGinn".
The 3000 who bagged tickets to Glasgow Green was a far cry from the near 80,000 that would fill the park in non-Covid times.
But these guys made some amount of noise as they belted out Flower of Scotland pre-match.
And during the action they were giving it their very best Baccara impression, singing our adopted anthem Yes Sir, I Can Boogie.
The atmosphere was cracking - and Lori-Anne Telford, 37, didn't feel like her trip from Dundee was a waste of time.
She said: "It's been really exciting. Cracking atmosphere. I just wish there was 20,000 here.
"I was just hoping we got a goal before the game to be honest.
"I'm just really happy we got to this stage it's been fantastic."
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Jack Gaffney, 25, travelled from Erskine to be at the fan zone today - and admitted he was just here for a good time.
He said: "It's just great to get out the house for a change to be honest.
"I'm was never too bothered about the result. I'm just here for a drink to be honest - but to get the win is incredible.
"It's been a great atmosphere."
Martin Telfer, 44, from Paisley: "It's been great to be here, it would have been a lot better to be down at Wembley.
"But we're happy enough to be here, watching Scotland... in a f***ing tournament - at last!
"No Scotland, no party!"
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