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Wembley Stadium

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

kickoff at 20:00

International Friendly
Attendance: 80,485

England

Scotland
3
2

Theo Walcott (29), Danny Welbeck (53), Rickie Lambert (70)
 
James Morrisson (11), Kenny Miller (49)

Kyle Walker (56), Theo Walcott (58), Frank Lampard (63)
 
Robert Snodgrass (58)
     
     

Managers
View complete set Roy Hodgson
View complete set Gordon Strachan

Players
 
ENGLAND
 
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 01  Joe Hart (G)
Cap number 33
Manchester City
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 02  Kyle Walker (D)
Cap number 6
Tottenham Hotspur
 56
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 03  Leighton Baines (D)
Cap number 18
Everton
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 05  Gary Cahill (D)
Cap number 16
Chelsea
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 06  Phil Jagielka (D)
Cap number 19
Everton
 84
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 04  Steven Gerrard (Capt.) (M)
Cap number 103
Liverpool
 62
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 08  Jack Wilshere (M)
Cap number 8
Arsenal
 45
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 11  Tom Cleverley (M)
Cap number 10
Manchester United
 67
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 07  Theo Walcott (F)
Cap number 34
Arsenal
 29
 58
 75
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 09  Danny Welbeck (F)
Cap number 17
Manchester United
 53
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 10  Wayne Rooney (F)
Cap number 84
Manchester United
 67

Subs
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 15  Phil Jones (D)
Cap number 8
Manchester United
 84
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 17  James Milner (M)
Cap number 39
Manchester City
 67
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 18  Frank Lampard (M)
Cap number 98
Chelsea
 45
 63
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 21  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (M)
Cap number 13
Arsenal
 62
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 20  Rickie Lambert (F)
Cap number 1
Southampton
 67
 70
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 22  Wilfried Zaha (F)
Cap number 2
Manchester United
 75
SCOTLAND
 
1Allan McGregor
2Alan Hutton
3Steven Whittaker
4Russell Martin
5Grant Hanley
6Shaun Maloney 86
7James Morrisson 82 (11)
8Scott Brown (Capt.)
9Kenny Miller 73 (49)
10Robert Snodgrass 58 67
11James Forrest 67

Subs
25Craig Conway 67
19Charlie Mulgrew 67
22Leigh Griffiths 73
18Jordan Rhodes 82
14Steven Naismith 86
2013 /14

This match was arranged to mark the 150th anniversary of the formation of the FA.

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England 3 Walcott 29′: Welbeck 53′: Lambert 70′: . Team badge of Scotland Scotland 2 Morrison 11′: Miller 49′: . FT 90 +4 HT 1-1 . Rickie Lambert 14 August 2013 Last changed at 22:29 Share this page ShareFacebookTwitter.print..By Ben Smith BBC Sport at Wembley Rickie Lambert scored with his first touch in international football as England twice came from behind to see off Scotland after a breathless encounter at Wembley. The 31-year-old Southampton striker headed home England's winner just three minutes after replacing Wayne Rooney, to spare manager Roy Hodgson's blushes on a night when Scotland twice threatened to cause a huge upset. Lambert's thunderous header from Leighton Baines' 70th-minute corner capped a fairytale debut for a striker who played for numerous lower-league sides and had to wait until his 30th birthday to play in English football's top flight. But for Lambert's intervention, Hodgson may have faced some tough questions. Scotland twice took the lead as first James Morrison and then Kenny Miller took advantage of a goalkeeping error and sloppy defending respectively, before they were pegged back by goals from Theo Walcott and Danny Welbeck, to set the stage for Lambert's decisive header. Play media England 3-2 Scotland: Rickie Lambert reflects on dream debut At the final whistle, all 80,000 supporters at Wembley rose to applaud after the oldest international rivals had traded blows for the first time for 14 years, in a friendly match set-up as part of the Football Association's 150th anniversary celebrations. From an England standpoint, this may not have been the convincing victory that Hodgson wanted ahead of key World Cup qualifiers against Moldova and Ukraine early next month, but this was as exhaustive an examination as he could have hoped for. The contest was committed and competitive. There were encouraging signs from the midfield trio of Tom Cleverley, Jack Wilshere and Steven Gerrard, while the flair and fortitude of Welbeck and Lambert will have offered encouragement ahead of four matches that will decide whether England go to next summer's World Cup in Brazil. Even in defeat, Scotland were impressive and this performance will add to their growing optimism under the leadership of Gordon Strachan. The performances of Morrison and James Forrest caught the eye, while Scott Brown led with a calm assurance. Lambert's decade of change Ten years ago this week, Rickie Lambert was playing for Stockport as they lost 2-1 at home to Luton in what is now League One The build-up had been dominated by Wayne Rooney and the uncertainty around his future at Manchester United. With the exception of a 45-minute appearance in a behind-closed-doors practice game against Real Betis 10 days ago, this was his first meaningful run-out since he scored in England's 2-2 draw against Brazil on 2 June. But this was not to be his night. The 27-year-old striker was wrongly ruled offside on the stroke of half-time, as he latched on to Steven Gerrard's pass and fired in. Rooney looked a footballer desperate to prove a point - demanding the ball, launching himself into challenges and shooting on sight. He left the field to a standing ovation from the England fans, but it was his replacement who would steal the headlines. It had been Rooney who had England's first chance, when he flicked Baines' fizzing low cross wide. But it was Scotland who landed the first blow. Miller's tireless running won a corner, which was cleared only as far as West Brom midfielder Morrison, who unleashed a fearsome shot through a crowd of English defenders - one that crept beyond Manchester City goalkeeper Hart, who should have done much better. Scotland redoubled their efforts and Grant Hanley suffered a head injury as he attempted to keep England at bay. With the Blackburn defender temporarily off the field receiving treatment, England equalised with the first half's single moment of brilliance. Miller time Kenny Miller's goal made him the first Scotland-born player to score for his country in open play against England at Wembley since John Wark in 1979 Cleverley released Walcott down the right with a delightful pass. The Arsenal forward raced into the area, cut inside Steven Whittaker and prodded a left-foot shot beyond McGregor. Scotland found new purpose as the second half began, and were soon back in front. Miller gathered Alan Hutton's clever cross and lost Gary Cahill with a drop of the shoulder, before turning on to his left foot and drilling a shot beyond Hart. England had to respond quickly and they did. Gerrard whipped a free-kick into the penalty area, where Welbeck rose above Martin to head forcefully beyond McGregor. Hodgson's side took control after that, and the pressure told. Leighton Baines curled a corner into the danger area, where Lambert, on as a substitute just two minutes earlier, thundered a header into the net. Lineup, Bookings (4) & Substitutions (11) England 01 Hart 02 Walker Booked 03 Baines 05 Cahill 06 Jagielka (Jones - 84' ) 04 Gerrard (Oxlade-Chamberlain - 62' ) 07 Walcott Booked (Zaha - 75' ) 08 Wilshere (Lampard - 46' Booked ) 11 Cleverley (Milner - 67' ) 09 Welbeck 10 Rooney (Lambert - 67' ) Substitutes 13 Foster 23 Ruddy 12 Johnson 14 Cole 15 Jones 16 Smalling 17 Milner 18 Lampard 21 Oxlade-Chamberlain 19 Defoe 20 Lambert 22 Zaha Scotland 01 McGregor 02 Hutton 03 Whittaker 04 Martin 05 G Hanley 06 Maloney (Naismith - 86' ) 07 Morrison (Rhodes - 82' ) 08 Brown 10 Snodgrass Booked (Conway - 66' ) 11 Forrest (Mulgrew - 67' ) 09 Miller (Griffiths - 73' ) Substitutes 12 Gilks 21 Marshall 17 Webster 19 Mulgrew 27 Greer 28 Hammell 13 McArthur 15 Burke 16 Adam 20 Bannan 23 Mackay-Steven 24 Dorrans 25 Conway 14 Naismith 18 Rhodes 22 Griffiths 26 Boyd Ref: Brych Att: 80,485
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Scorers for England...Theo Walcott, Danny Webeck and Ricki Lambert. Scorers for Scotland.. James Morrison and Kenny Miller.
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111th derby against the Auld Enemy. The Sweaties twice led, first through James Morrison (11) after hart fumbled a long range effort. this was cancelled out after an excellent run and finish from Theo Walcott (29). Scotland then reclaimed the lead after Kenny Miller (43) excellently turned and finished from the edge of the penalty box to leave the Sweaties leading at half time. Less than ten minutes into the second half, Danny Welbeck (53) headed in a Steven Gerrard free kick to level. Rickie Lambert then came on to thunder home a header with his first touch in international football to seal a dream debut and secure victory against the scum!
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