Harry Kane joined an elite band of English footballers on the day England took another step towards the finals of the World Cup.
England lost another penalty shootout in the most heartbreaking of scenarios at Wembley as Italy landed their first European Championships title since 1968.
Could this be the year when football finally comes home after England booked their quarter-final place in Euro 2020 after a memorable and overdue victory against Germany?
The contrasting emotions, jeers and cheers at the final whistle encapsulated what this result meant to England and Scotland as they fought out a first-ever goalless draw between the two sides at Wembley.
It was what dreams are made of as Raheem Sterling, the boy who grew up in the shadows of Wembley, gave England the perfect start to the delayed finals of Euro 2020.