England Vs Scotland 1967

  |  Buy to Own: 12/03/2007
Rated TBC by the BBFC
England Vs Scotland 1967 Film Poster


Nine months after winning the World Cup at Wembley, England returned to face a Scottish side at the very peak of their form, and with 40,000 fervent supporters. Jim Baxter was the chief Scottish supply line with Denis Law covering every blade of grass in a game of unrelenting pace. Jack Charlton's early injury unbalanced the World Champions and the Scottish attack used every chance to break down the English defence. Banks made some spectacular saves and it was only late in the game, with a flurry of goals, that the barnstorming Scots claimed a truly famous victory.