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Scotland vs England player ratings: Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden shine in victory

England beat Scotland 3-1 in Glasgow in a friendly. See how Telegraph Sport rated the players from both teams.

England emerged victorious with a 3-1 win over Scotland in a friendly match held in Glasgow on Tuesday night. The performance of both the England and Scotland players was assessed by Telegraph Sport.

The England goalkeeper had no chance of stopping the flurry of first-half goals. However, he made some impressive saves earlier in the match, denying Eze and Bellingham. It's worth noting that he was playing against the manager who had previously given him an England Under-21 cap before switching teams.

One Scotland player stood out with an excellent covering run that denied Kane a clear run on goal, showcasing his pace over a short distance. He was part of a high Scotland back line that posed a challenge for the English team.

Another Scotland player displayed good defensive work by clearing a cross from Walker when England was putting pressure on Scotland's goal. As a teammate of Jordan Henderson at Al-Ettifaq, he was kept busy throughout the game.

Although a Scotland player had a good battle against Walker as the Manchester City full-back made raids down his side of the Scotland defense, he was also part of the chaotic defending that allowed England to score twice quickly.

A player from Brentford started the game as a wing-back but soon transitioned into a flat-back five, taking on plenty of defensive work. He would have preferred to have more opportunities to move up the pitch.

Another Scotland player played a crucial role in maintaining possession from his position at the base of midfield. However, as the game progressed, his area of the pitch became increasingly busy.

A Scotland player displayed great energy from the center-midfield position and pressed high up the pitch, putting pressure on England's back line. This was an important role for him before England scored their goals.

One player from Scotland contributed to the team's fightback in the second half with his pace while dribbling. However, it was his error that led to Bellingham scoring the second goal of the night.

A player from England lifted the crowd with his runs, making ground forward from midfield and attempting to carry his team up the pitch. With the Euros in sight, he will be an important player next year.

Another Scotland player played further forward compared to his role at Manchester United, but he struggled to create clear-cut chances while supporting the lone striker. However, he provided a good physical presence on the field.

The first goalkeeper change in a year occurred under Southgate for the England team. Although he wasn't at fault for Maguire's own goal, he didn't have much to do during the game. However, his distribution was good when the ball was in play.

A player from England made two starts during this international break and significantly contributed to the team's attack. He came close to scoring with a volley that narrowly missed the target and was involved in the opening goal.

Another England player was quietly effective at center-back, displaying composure and excellent positioning throughout the game. This international break has been a successful one for him in the absence of John Stones.

A player from England earned his second cap after making his debut five years ago. He made some good challenges in the penalty area and will be pleased with his performance, which was a result of his impressive form at Brighton.

Playing at left-back, an important role for him, this England player proved to be tidy on the ball and delivered good corners. He was also instrumental in winning the ball in front of the back line and took on a significant defensive responsibility.

A player from England kept the ball moving and will improve with more game time. Although he was caught out a couple of times and received a booking for a heavy tackle, his overall performance was commendable.

One England player displayed an excellent finish to open the scoring. While starting on the right flank, he was versatile enough to pop up in various positions with well-timed runs into the penalty area. He made the most of his chance in the starting lineup.

The celebration that followed his goal perfectly matched his performance, which was filled with runs into dangerous areas. He was also involved in the build-up to the opening goal and provided a superb assist for Kane.

A key player for England, his pass split the Scotland defense and led to the opening goal. His runs were intelligent, always positioning himself on the shoulder of the last defender and timing his movements to break the offside trap. However, he faded in the second half.

Lastly, an England player started dropping deep to get involved in the game and maintained possession for the team. His efforts were eventually rewarded with a goal.

In conclusion, England's victory over Scotland showcased the individual performances of players from both teams. Each player contributed in their respective roles and made significant contributions to the outcome of the match.

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