Joe Hart 4
Slippery conditions, but should have done a lot better with his attempt to save the first goal. He will know that. Did not cost his side on the night.
Kyle Walker 6
Started the move that nearly led to England's equaliser in the first period when he burst down a flank and delivered a telling cross that Tom Cleverley narrowly failed to convert from Wayne Rooney's lay-off. Picked up a yellow card early in the second half for a clumsy late challenge on James Forrest.
Leighton Baines 6
In for Ashley Cole at left-back and showed his attacking menace with a fine cross that Rooney might have converted early on. The modern day full-back, his best moments come in supporting offensive movements.
Gary Cahill 5
Nowhere to be seen when Kenny Miller turned him on the edge of his box to give Scotland the lead early in the second half. Not good enough at this level.
Phil Jagielka 5
Like Cahill was ponderous in the build-up to Miller's effort that handed Scotland the lead. His partnership with Cahill will certainly need to improve in the forthcoming World Cup qualifiers. And so will his distribution.
Steven Gerrard 5
Contrived to spend the opening 25 minutes of the match bleeding possession and contributing to the general poverty of England's performance early on. Improved from that point onwards, and played provider for Danny Welbeck’s headed equaliser.
Tom Cleverley 7
Almost set up by Rooney for the equaliser, but played provider for Walcott to score with a lovely defence-splitting pass. Obviously works well with Manchester United companions Rooney and Welbeck around him.
Jack Wilshere 5
Not his usual sharp self that we see for Arsenal as he was muscled off the ball by Scott Brown in the key areas of midfield. One eye on the weekend, no surprise to see him replaced by Frank Lampard at the break.
Danny Welbeck 8
Rose to power a header into the net from Steven Gerrard's free-kick on 52 minutes as Scotland went to sleep. Can be very happy with his night’s work.
Wayne Rooney 7
Looked a bit rusty, but provided some nice touches and thumped an effort wide moments after his side equalised. Lacked consistent service. Replaced by Rickie Lambert after 67 minutes. And we know what happened next.
Theo Walcott 8
Showed off his trademark pace at various points. Walloped an effort over on 16 minutes before giving the Scottish defence the slip to equalise for the first time on 28 minutes. A decent outing.
Rickie Lambert 8
Scotland’s defenders nodded off, but can’t fault the headed goal that gave his country the lead in this contest. A dream debut in every sense. And this at the age of 31. Not bad.
Frank Lampard 7
Showed his menace around the hour mark when his shot from 18 yards was well blocked by McGregor in the visiting goal.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 6
Showed some purpose as England began to assume control after the half-time.
James Milner 6
Performed with his usual industry.
Also used (closing 15 minutes): Phil Jones, Wilfried Zaha
Allan McGregor 7
No chance really for the goal, but handled reasonably well what came his way. Made a super stop to flick over a Lampard shot in the second half.
Alan Hutton 6
Always a willing runner. Showing glimpses of the form that persuaded Tottenham to pay close to £10m to sign the right-back from Rangers back in 2008.
Grant Hanley 5
The Blackburn Rovers central defender is never shy of a tackle or two. Was receiving treatment when Scotland conceded an equaliser in the first half. Proved he has the frame and appetite for such occasions. But what happened to him and team-mate Russell Martin for England’s two headed goals?
Russell Martin 5
Would have scored an own goal within seconds of Miller's effort had in not been for McGregor's agility. Solid at the back, but lost Welbeck for England's equaliser. The England headers are the stain on an otherwise competent night out.
Steven Whittaker 5
Will be disappointed to have been caught the wrong side of Walcott for the equalising goal. Especially when he probably had an idea what was coming.
Robert Snodgrass 7
Snodgrass followed up his winner in Croatia with a mature display in looking to release team-mates at every opportunity.
James Morrison 7
Fine strike from distance for the opening goal. Worked tirelessly to close down space.
Scott Brown 7
The Celtic captain won his first-half duel with Wilshere. And managed to produce some trademark tackles to dishearten the home side's midfield.
James Forrest 7
Buoyed by Champions League football with Celtic, Forrest is starting to look a fixture for country. More a defensive remit for this particular occasion.
Shaun Maloney 7
A surprise Maloney has not been purchased by a Premier League club this summer. The Wigan attacking midfielder showed that he is good enough for the elite level of the English game.
Kenny Miller 7
May be nearing the death throes of his Scotland career, but proved he can still play a role for country with an effervescent shift up front. A quite brilliant goal to give Scotland hope of a famous win that was dashed by his team-mates conking out in defence.
Craig Conway 6
Struggled to get into the match with England on the front foot.
Charlie Mulgrew 6
Was given a run-out, but forced to keep England at bay.
Also used (closing 15 minutes) Leigh Griffiths, Steven Naismith, Jordan Rhodes