England 0 Scotland 0: England’s former Carlisle United keeper Jordan Pickford came to the Three Lions’ rescue in their uninspiring goalless draw with Scotland.

Pickford produced a fine first-half stop to keep out Stephen O’Donnell’s volley.

But his team-mates failed to raise their game and had to settle for a 0-0 Group D draw at Wembley in Euro 2020.

It was a hugely disappointing display by Gareth Southgate’s side against a Scotland team who often looked the more accomplished side.

And it leaves England still with work to do to seal their progress to the last 16, with Scotland also still in with a shout of qualification.

Che Adams had an early shot blocked for Scotland before England’s John Stones headed a Mason Mount corner against the post.

Mount later turned a Raheem Sterling cross wide after the attacker had robbed Scott McTominay.

After the break Mount saw a 20-yard drive pushed wide by David Marshall as England sought an opener.

Reece James, called into the England side along with Luke Shaw, then fired over the bar from the edge of the box, with Harry Kane then denied by a block.

James then rescued England when he cleared Lyndon Dykes’ shot off the line, then later in the half Adams lashed wide from a decent position at the back post.

After Jack Grealish and Marcus Rashford came off the bench for England, Sterling was denied with a penalty appeal as he went down under Andy Robertson’s challenge.

But Scotland – with debutant Billy Gilmour impressive in midfield – continued to defy Southgate’s mediocre side.

A point against the Czech Republic next Tuesday would, though, see England into the knockout stages, with Scotland seeking victory over Croatia.