That's all, folks!
🗣 McGregor: 'It was a tough learning experience tonight'
Callum McGregor to ITV: "The lads are shattered. The fans were amazing again and we want to thank them for their input.
"[Modric's goal] That's what you're up against at this level - it was a tough lesson.
"It's always nice to to score and get my first goal for my country - but ultimately we're disappointed with the result.
"It was a tough learning experience tonight against some really top players but it just gives you the hunger to come back again."
🗣 McGinn: 'Devastated'
John McGinn tells ITV: "Devastated we're not through. Through the whole campaign we didn't get off to the best of starts.
"We came up against an excellent team tonight and they have experience at the major tournaments and they showed that tonight. I feel we didn't do ourselves justice but we created history by coming here to a major tournament."
Luka Modric, turning back the clock ⏰
🗣 Saka: 'To hear the fans chanting my name was an amazing experience'
Bukayo Saka: "It's an amazing experience. It's the first time I’ve been at Wembley, which is just around the corner from my old house. To hear the fans chanting my name was an amazing experience.
"It's really important [to have next round at Wembley]. This is our home. We’ve won a lot of games here – it’s nice to come back here. Whoever we face next we’ll be confident we can beat them."
🗣 Sterling: 'It is about challenging yourselves'
Raheem Sterling to ITV Sport: "I think there are positives from the game. We kept the ball better today. It gave us more attacking options. We got in the gaps really well, played some good football and got the goal we needed.
"I had the chance in the first half and the keeper came out quickly so I had to lift it. I have to put that away but I got my goal in the end.
"Jack and Bukayo got in the pockets really well, turned and were positive. It is brilliant to have these players around you who can create goals. Different players are needed for different games and those two that came in were massive and did what they needed to do.
"If you don't concede goals you win football matches. You just need to score at the other end. People were disappointed in the Scotland game a few days ago but we didn't concede. The most important thing was to win the group. It is tournament football and it will be difficult but we need to do what we are doing.
"At some point you have to face the best teams. It is about challenging yourselves."
Guess who won Star of the Match... ⭐️
Who will England play in the last 16?
Now that England's status as Group D winners has been confirmed, the identity of their next opponents is starting to look a bit clearer. As winners, thy will face the the runners-up of Group F - that could be France, Germany, Portugal or Hungary.
Croatia, then will face the runners-up from Group E - one of Sweden, Slovakia, Spain or Poland.
FT: Czech Republic 0-1 England, Croatia 3-1 Scotland
And it's all over in Group D. England scrape by with a 1-0 win (they do like their 1-0 wins) and finish as Group D winners, with Croatia qualifying for the knockouts as runners-up.
Czech Republic have qualified as the third-placed team, while Scotland crash out of the tournamnent.
And again, and again...
Henderson scores – but it's offside!
Luka Modric (c) 🇭🇷
As things stand in Group D...
Stones to be replaced by Mings
The Manchester City defender makes way for Tyrone Mings.
GOAL!!! Croatia 3-1 Scotland
And there it is. Ivan Perisic wraps up Croatia's third goal of the night against Scotland, who now definitely look to be definitively out of the tournament.
It was a great headed goal by Perisic, though, with an assist by none other by Luka Modric.
What can't Luka Modric do? 💪
At 35 years and 286 days, Luka Modric is now the oldest player to score for Croatia at the Euros.
He already holds the record for Croatia’s youngest scorer at the tournament (22 years 73 days versus Austria in 2008).
Where's the fountain of youth, eh, Luka????
And there it is.
England fans are singing "It's Coming Home".
Because of course they are.
Tensions are rising!
England make changes
The end for the Tartan Army?
GOAL! Croatia 2-1 Scotland
Petkovic challenge on Tierney
Huge chance for Croatia!
What a feeling!
Henderson with an instant impact
And we're underway in both second halves!
Henderson on for Rice
HT: England 1-0 Czech Republic & Croatia 1-1 Scotland
Kane with a shot, saved
GOAL! Croatia 1-1 Scotland
Soucek with a huge chance
Maguire makes all-important block
Holes with a shot from distance
Great chance by Kane
Likakovic makes a save
Close by Modric
Scotland MUST win to qualify
GOAL! Croatia 1-0 Scotland
GOAL! Czech Republic 0-1 England
Surprise at Kane's inclusion?
England awarded free-kick after Kane collision
Sterling hits the post!
England players take the knee (and so do some Czech players)
Kick-off: Czech Republic 0-0 England & Croatia 0-0 Scotland
🗣 Southgate on Mount and Chilwell missing the game: "It's just a bizarre situation'
Gareth Southgate on ITV: "They [Mount and Chilwell] are hugely disappointed to miss the games. We have had to get on with it. It is a bizarre situation. They spent 120 seconds too long [with Billy Gilmour] in a fairly open space. It is full of contradictions for me but we have got to get on with it. Frankly, I don't understand it at all.
"There are teams travelling by plane, bus or coach for hours and our two boys have been caught. I don't get it. I have no issue with Steve or Scotland. I don't want them to have more issues than we have had. It is just a bizarre situation.
🗣 Clarke: 'The crowd have got a big part to play tonight'
Steve Clarke to STV: "The only decision was whether to stick with the same back three or move Scott McTominay into midfield - I think it was quite an easy decision.
"The start of the game might be a little bit cagey - but I've been wrong before.
"The crowd have got a big part to play tonight. We need them from the first minute to the last. I know they'll be there for us."
🗣 McGinn: 'Three points to make history'
Scotland midfielder John McGinn to STV: "The boys know the task in hand - three points to make history.
"We've watched a lot of Croatia recently and even though they've had criticism they're still a top side.
"We need the same belief and determination as the other night at Wembley. We played with bravery, commitment and quality - if we do that again we give ourselves every chance."
What do Scotland need to qualify for the knockouts? 🏴
Scotland can secure second place if they beat Croatia and England lose against the Czech Republic.
However, it would require a sizeable swing in goal difference, since England are currently three goals better off.
If Scotland fail to beat Croatia (who also have just one point so far) they will be eliminated. Should England and the Czech Republic draw and move up to five points, then Scotland can't finish in the top two automatic qualification places.
The most likely way for Scotland to qualify would be as one of the four best third-placed teams in the six groups. Four points would be enough.
Liam Gallagher has his say...
Who will win Group D? 👑
While England and Czech Republic have already qualified, there's the question of who will win the group – as their finish will determine who will face in the last 16.
If England finish top of Group D they will play the runners-up of Group F - that could be France, Germany, Portugal or Hungary.
If England are runners-up in Group D they will play the runners-up from Group E - one of Sweden, Slovakia, Spain or Poland.
Team lineups: Czech Republic vs England, Croatia vs Scotland
Here we go! The last of the Group D games kick off in just under an hour.
Czech Republic XI: Vaclik; Coufal, Celustka, Kalas, Boril; Holes, Soucek; Masopust, Darida, Jankto; Schick
England XI: Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Phillips, Rice; Saka, Grealish, Sterling; Kane
Croatia XI: Livakovic; Juranovic, Lovren, Vida, Gvardiol; Kovacic, Brozovic; Perisic, Modric, Vlasic; Petkovic
Scotland XI: Marshall; McTominay, Hanley, Tierney; O'Donnell, Armstong, McGinn, McGregor, Robertson; Dykes, Adams
Welcome to Goal's Euro 2020 matchday blog!
Hello and welcome back to our Euro 2020 live blog coverage, everyone! Today we'll be covering the Group D double-header, with Croatia taking on Scotland and Czech Republic facing off against England.
Reminder that Czech Republic and England have already qualified for the last 16 based on the rankings of third-placed groups, so it's Croatia and Scotland who will be fighting for their lives in the big battle this evening.
Team news incoming...