Scotland v England 2-0 (International: April 2, 1910)

April 2, 1910
International, British Championship, at Hampden Park.
Scotland – England 2-0 (2-0).
Attendance: 106,200.
Scotland (2-3-5): James Brownlie (Third Lanark), George Law (Rangers), James Hay (Celtic), Andrew Aitken (Leicester Fosse), Charles Thomson (Sunderland), Peter McWilliam (Newcastle United), Alex Bennett (Rangers), James McMenemy (Celtic), James Quinn (Celtic), Sandy Higgins (Newcastle United), Bobby Templeton (Kilmarnock).
England (2-3-5): Sam Hardy (Liverpool), Bob Crompton (C, Blackburn Rovers), Jesse Pennington (West Bromwich), Andy Ducat (Woolwich Arsenal), Billy Wedlock (Bristol City), Harry Makepeace (Everton), Richard Bond (Bradford City), Jack Parkinson (Liverpool), Wally Hardinge (Sheffield United), Billy Hibbert (Bury), George Wall (Manchester United).
The goals: 1-0 McMenemy (20 min.), 2-0 Quinn (32 min.).


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