Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack is powerless to resist as Real Madrid and England star Jude Bellingham runs riot against Scotland.

Rangers and Scotland national team star Ryan Jack was a late second half substitute in the eventual 3-1 defeat to England with Jude Bellingham stealing the show on the night.

The talented former Borussia Dortmund star was being put through his paces at the Rangers Training Centre ahead of the match and put on a show for the watching Hampden crowd.

Scotland entered the special 150th anniversary game against England in high hopes having won their opening five European Championship qualifiers.

But these hopes were dashed in a matter of first half minutes as Man City star Phil Foden neatly finished past Angus Gunn and the impressive Jude Bellingham was gifted a second minutes later by Scotland captain Andy Robertson.

Whilst the Scotland captain recovered to provide an assist for Harry Maguire’s calamitous own goal, Jude Bellingham would once again take centre stage for England to put the Tartan Army to the sword.

Scotland v England - 150th Anniversary Heritage Match
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Ryan Jack powerless for Scotland as Jude Bellingham inspires England win

The midfielder forced a smart save from Scotland goalkeeper Gunn before later turning the Scotland midfield, feigning a shot and slipping the ball in for Harry Kane to score.

There’s a reason why the Spanish giants paid a reported £88.5m to sign the midfielder in the summer.

Rangers star Ryan Jack came off the bench to replace Celtic captain Callum McGregor with only a minute of normal time to play and England already out of sight.

Ibrox centre-back John Souttar was an unused substitute for Scotland against both England in the earlier 3-0 European Championship qualifying victory over Cyprus.

Scotland v England - 150th Anniversary Heritage Match
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The result may well prove a humbling one for the nation who, after a spirited run, have been defeated by a quite clearly superior England outfit.

The Scotland support will always expect the national team to punch above its weight but sometimes the country has to accept that the better team unfortunately won.

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