MESUT OZIL poked fun at England’s draw with Scotland by tweeting about Braveheart as Channel 5 showed the Mel Gibson classic.
Gareth Southgate’s side left Wembley dejected as they were held to a goalless draw in their Euros group stage clash.
Scotland battled with the type of bravery that Gibson’s iconic 1995 character William Wallace would have been proud of.
Channel 5 aired the movie, which follows the story of a Scottish rebel who sets out to battle King Edward I of England, during the football derby.
And Ozil tweeted: “William Wallace’s soul all over Wembley tonight…”
As Scotland battled resiliently to earn a draw, England would have felt fortunate to escape defeat to their underdog rivals.
Skipper Harry Kane was replaced by Marcus Rashford after 74 minutes and was heavily criticised by former Scottish international Graeme Souness.
Souness said on ITV: “The centre-backs had an easy night against him.
“Harry Kane looks a shadow of the player we know he is. In two games, he looks leggy, lacking enthusiasm.”
Souness did at least defend Kane, believing the midfield behind him of Kalvin Phillips, Declan Rice and Mason Mount are also at fault.
He added: “A centre-forward is 90 per cent relying on the passes he’s getting and he’s not getting a great deal from that midfield.
“I don’t care what anyone says, that ain’t working.”
England go into their final group stage game against Czech Republic on Tuesday needing a win to top the table.
Scotland are bottom of the group only by goal difference and have it all to play for against Croatia, who are also on one point.
Captain Kane praised Scotland for their stern performance, as he looked ahead to the crunch match with Czech Republic.
He said: “Credit to Scotland. It wasn’t our best performance but we dust ourselves down and look forward to the next game.
“It was a tough game, Scotland defended really well, made great blocks at the right times – that’s football. No game is going to be easy.
“We have a big game against the Czechs in a few days, obviously we want to finish top.
“We’re one step closer to qualifying and that’s what we want to do at the moment.”