By Harvey Byrne

Rodney Marsh believes that Tottenham left-back Danny Rose was England’s man-of-the-match against Scotland on Friday evening.

Rose, 26, started the match for Gareth Southgate’s team and helped his side to a 3-0 victory, assisting an Adam Lallana header, while Daniel Sturridge and Gary Cahill also got on the score sheet.

The defender played the full 90 minutes, as England cemented their place at the top of their World Cup Qualifying Group F with 10 points from four fixtures, two points ahead of Slovakia in second.

Former footballer Marsh stated on his personal Twitter account that Rose was his man-of-the-match after being asked by a fan.

Rose has made eight appearances for Tottenham in all competitions this season, as they remain unbeaten in the league after 11 fixtures conceding just six goals.

Spurs fans will now be hoping that Ryan Bertrand replaces Rose in the line-up against Spain on Tuesday, as they are keen to see their players return from international duty unscathed.

They will host London rivals West Ham at White Hart Lane after the international break, which will see Tottenham pitted up against a struggling Hammers side in 17th place and one point from the relegation zone.

In other Tottenham news, fans reacted on Twitter to Walker’s display against Scotland.