Andy Robertson is delighted with the way in which Scotland executed their recreation plan throughout their draw to England however believes they might have had extra from the Euro 2020 conflict.
The rivals performed out a goalless attract a uninteresting contest at Wembley, leaving Scotland the happier of the 2 sides.
England had only one shot on course in your entire match, whereas Scotland, who gave Gareth Southgate’s males a number of nervous moments, had two.
Their finest likelihood got here halfway via the second half as Lyndon Dykes’ effort was cleared off the road by Reece James, though the shot could have been going extensive.
And it’s moments like this that may make the Scotland trustworthy dissatisfied after the mud settles, believes the capain.
“I consider we should always have received the sport,” Robertson instructed talkSPORT. “I consider we may have had extra out the sport.
“We created the possibilities and it may have been much more however we will’t argue with coming right here and preserving a clear sheet in opposition to one of many favourites for the event on their very own turf.
“However as soon as the mud settles down they’ll be a way of disappointment that we didn’t come away with all three factors.
“We began rising in confidence on the again finish of the primary half. We began inflicting them some issues and second half we took that as effectively.
“We needed to climate a wee storm the primary 5-10 minutes [of the second half] however grew in confidence once more and began pushing ahead and had a few first rate probabilities that we may have taken… it’s a must to be pleased with a degree right here.”
The left-back additionally paid tribute to the workforce’s recreation plan and steered the travelling 2,600 Tartan Military out-sung the remaining 20,000 England followers.
“We knew we needed to keep away from defeat to remain within the group,” Robertson added. “We knew we needed to attempt every part we will and our recreation plan labored.
“We pissed off them, their followers began quietening down and our followers have been heard very lengthy!
“We needed to make them proud, we needed to make a nation proud and I consider we did that. However like I stated, everybody in Scotland could take a look at that and suppose we perhaps may have received this recreation.”