Real Madrid midfielder Jude Bellingham continued his fine goalscoring form in England's comfortable 3-1 win over Scotland at Hampden Park on Tuesday night.
Man City's Phil Foden and Bayern's Harry Kane were also on target as the Three Lions continued their modern-day superiority in the 150th anniversary of the first meeting against their old rivals.
England drew first blood when Foden turned in Kyle Walker's stray shot in the 32nd minute.
Three minutes later, Bellingham rifled a shot past Angus Gunn after a horrendous error from Andy Robertson at the backline of the Scots.
A Harry Maguire own goal in the 67th minute pulled one back for Steve Clarke's side and sparked hopes of a comeback amongst the Tartan Army.
But Gareth Southgate's side ended Scotland's hopes in the 81st minute when eventual man-of-the-match winner Bellingham slipped the ball to captain Kane, who finished with his trademark precision, denying Scotland a first home win against England since 1985.