CELTIC hero Scott Brown came face to face with rival skipper Harry Kane before the Scotland v England Euro 2018 qualifier at a sunkissed Hampden on the afternoon of June 10 2017.
It turned out to be an epic confrontation between the opposite onfield leaders during a thrilling 2-2 stalemate after the hosts had fought back from going a goal down in the 70th minute when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain lashed a drive past Craig Gordon.
However, Leigh Griffiths stepped up to the plate to deliver two sublime free-kicks beyond the startled Joe Hart in quickfire succession in the 87th and 90th minutes.
DESPAIR…Scott Brown reflects on two dropped points.
DELIGHT…Harry Kane celebrates his stoppage-time equaliser.
It looked like a famous Scottish comeback triumph was heading for the history books until Kane emerged unguarded in front of goal in the third minute of stoppage time to whip a shot high into the net.
It ended honours even when Harry met Broony, but when it comes to silverware collections the former Hoops captain is way ahead. He claimed the remarkable haul of 22 medals during his 14 years with the champions.
Kane, on the other hand, won nothing in his years at Spurs.
Now 38, Broony is looking for a job back in football after leaving Fleetwood Town on September 3 – just three weeks after Kane, 30, sealed his £100million move to Bayern Munich.