Hampden win over Auld Enemy one to remember

DAVID SCOTT of Yoker asks Davie what was the most memorable Scotland versus England game he played in?

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Kenny Dalglish and Davie Hay celebrate after 2-0 win over England in 1974
Kenny Dalglish and Davie Hay celebrate after 2-0 win over England in 1974

I played against England on three occasions, with the first game a draw, the second a defeat at Wembley and the third a victory.

The 2-0 win was the most memorable it came at Hampden just before the 1974 World Cup finals in West Germany.

We had qualified and the English had not, and it gave us a huge lift before the finals.

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