England and Scotland played to a 0-0 draw at the European Championship.
Both team had chances to score at Wembley Stadium. England defender John Stones hit the post with a header in the 11th minute. Scotland forward Lyndon Dykes then had a shot cleared off the line by Reece James in the 63rd.
England has four points in Group D while Scotland has one. Both can still advance to the round of 16.
Gareth Southgate said he accepts any criticism for his side's frustrating draw with oldest rivals Scotland, but urged fans to get behind his players.
Asked if he was angry with fans for booing at the end, the England manager said: "I think our fans are entitled to react however they want.
Meanwhile, Sweden topped the Group E of UEFA EURO 2020 after a 1-0 victory against Slovakia on Friday.
The first half between the sides seemed balanced at Russia's Saint Petersburg Stadium but Sweden largely dictated the match's tempo in the second half.
In the 76th minute, Sweden were awarded a penalty as Slovakian goalkeeper Martin Dubravka fouled Sweden's Robin Quaison in the box. Dubravka was booked for the foul.
Swedish left winger Emil Forsberg scored a firm penalty kick to break the deadlock in the match, giving a 1-0 lead to his nation.