England national team still maintaining their top seat in World Cup 2018 qualifier group F despite being held into a 2-2 draw by Scotland this past weekend.
Playing away from home in a somewhat historic encounter, Three Lions were not finding it easy to break down their opponent's defense, especially during the first 45 minutes.
Despite creating several goal scoring opportunities, Gareth Southgate's men were forced to settle for a goalless draw during that first period.
Things still looking tight for both teams, but 15 minutes from time, England finally got their break through with a fine effort from Alex Oxlade Chamberlain.
However, the Tartan Army were able to bounce back as three minutes from time Leigh Griffiths scored a lovely free kick to make it 1-1.
Griffiths continue his set pieces masterclass as he completed his brace three minutes later, also with another peach of a free kick.
Just as the home side looked to grab all three points, Three Lions roar back as they snatched a late equalizer deep in stoppage time through their skipper, Harry Kane.
That result still put England top of their group with 14 points, two ahead of their closest rival, Slovakia.