England 2 Scotland 3
England 2 Scotland 3, Wembley Stadium, British Home Championship, April 15, 1967. Scotland earned themselves a surprise, but fully deserved, 3-2 win over World Cup winners England at Wembley. Denis Law, Bobby Lennox, and Jim McCalliog scored the goals for the visitors, while Jackie Charlton and Geoff Hurst netted a consolation goal each for the hosts.
Scotland went ahead in the 27th minute of the tussle when Manchester United striker Denis Law found the net from a rebound after Gordon Banks had stopped a shot by Willie Wallace. Then, with twelve minutes left of the match, the men from north of the border went two goals up through Celtic winger Bobby Lennox, only for the home team to reduce the arrears in the 84th minute thanks to a goal from Leeds United defender Jackie Charlton. But the game was still not over and Sheffield Wednesday´s Jim McCalliog made it 3-1 to Scotland after 87 minutes before West Ham United forward Geoff Hurst added a second consolation for The Three Lions a minute later. England Team: Gordon Banks, Ray Wilson, George Cohen, Bobby Moore, Jackie Charlton, Martin Peters, Nobby Stiles, Alan Ball, Jimmy Greaves, Bobby Charlton, Geoff Hurst. Substitutes: None. Scotland Team: Ronnie Simpson, Eddie McCreadie, Tommy Gemmell, Ronnie McKinnon, John Greig, Billy Bremner, Jim McCalliog, Jim Baxter, Denis Law, Bobby Lennox, William Wallace. Substitutes: None.
Scotland defeated England 5-1 in a British Home Championship encounter at Wembley Stadium on the 31st of March 1928 courtesy of a hat-trick from Alec Jackson and a brace by Alec James.