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Jude Bellingham led England to a brilliant victory at Hampden Park against Scotland

By Liam Styles

Jude Bellingham led England to a brilliant victory at Hampden Park against Scotland

Foden and Bellingham scored at the first half and Harry Kane sealed the victory 

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England got a brilliant 1-3 victory against Scotland in a friendly game played in Hampden Park where the Three Lions were able to impose their individual quality and ended with the hope of the locals of achieving a victory in a historic game where they celebrated their 150-year rivalry against England.

The visitors lasted barely half an hour to open the score with a goal by Phil Foden after a great combination inside the box by Rashford, Walker and Bellingham at the 32nd minute, and only two minutes later, Bellingham himself scored the second with a powerful right footed shot from the front of the box.

In the second half, Scotland had the best chances to score and that cheered up the Tartan Army, who at the 66th minute celebrated the 1-2 when Harry Maguire scored an own goal for the Scottish sending to the net a crossed pass by the Liverpool player Andy Robertson.

Harry Kane sealed the victory for the Three Lions

The Tartan Army kept their hopes of winning until the end of the game, and had a clear chance to equalize the score with a header by McGinn at the 70th, but ten minutes later England got their decisive goal when the flamant new Bayern Munchen player Harry Kane returned to the path of the goal with the Three Lions and sealed the final 1-3 win for the visitors being assisted by the man who dominated the whole game, Jude Bellingham
 


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