The Chelsea defender had just watched Adam Lallana put his country 2-0 up in the match courtesy of a tidy headed goal.
So he chipped in with one of his own from a wicked Wayne Rooney cross:
That Gary Cahill goal. No excuse for it.. https://t.co/eJb5kUzw3a
— talkingbaws (@talkingbaws) November 11, 2016
Scotland probably didn’t expect to travel to Wembley to face up against an England team with some of the world’s best players and lose three headed goals.
But that’s what has happened – and now Gordon Strachan’s men will have to cope with being second bottom of their group after their fourth game of World Cup qualifying.
For England, it’s another positive result and they now sit top of the group with 10 points from four games.
And that should mean Gareth Southgate gets the job on a permanent basis after leading the Three Lions to two wins and a draw while in temporary charge.