Derby County goalkeeper David Marshall was in UEFA European Championships action for Scotland on Friday night.

The 36-year-old claimed his 46th international cap for Scotland, and his second at a major tournament, after he was named in the starting line-up for their Group D clash against England at Wembley Stadium.

The two old rivals went into the game after recording contrasting results in their opening matches of the competition.

England got off the winning start by registering a 1-0 win against Croatia last Sunday, while Scotland were on the wrong end of a 2-0 scoreline against the Czech Republic at Hampden Park on Monday afternoon.

Steve Clarke’s side responded with a resolute display in a 0-0 draw against the Three Lions - and had chances of their own to claim all three points in an end-to-end encounter.

England’s closest effort in the first half came from Manchester City’s John Stones as he headed against the post from a corner, with Marshall rooted to the spot.

Marshall was otherwise untested in the opening 45 minutes of the game, with Scotland defending well from back to front, and the only time he was called into action was to make routine clearances.

In soaking wet conditions in London, Marshall was called into action just after half-time as he made a smart save to deny Chelsea’s former Derby loanee Mason Mount from the edge of the box.

That was his only noteworthy stop of the night as the Tartan Army frustrated England for long spells to claim a deserved share of the spoils.

Scotland still have a chance to qualify for the knockout stages of the competition when they take on Croatia in their final group fixture next Tuesday back at Hampden Park (8pm kick-off).