On this day in 1964 Scotland defeated England one nil, thanks to a goal by Dundee’s Alan Gilzean. This would be Scotland’s third victory in a row against the Auld Enemy.

Scotland team lined up as follows: Campbell Forsyth (Kilmarnock), Alex Hamilton (Dundee), Jim Kennedy (Celtic), John Greig (Rangers), Billy McNeill (Celtic, Captain), Jim Baxter, Willie Henderson (both Rangers), John White (Tottenham Hotspur), Gilzean (Dundee), Dens Law (Manchester United) and Davie Wilson (Rangers). Forsyth and Greig made their debuts that day.

Keeper Forsyth with scorer Alan Gilzean, in front of them Henderson, Wilson, barefooted Alex Hamilton, Jim Kennedy. Partially hidden it looks like Jim Baxter and with his head down is John White.

The goal as depicted by the Rover comic a few years later.