The oldest international rivalry in football took place at Wembley as England played out a goalless draw with Scotland on Friday night.
John Stones hit the post in the first half, while Jordan Pickford produced a fine save to deny Stephen O’Donnell in a tense Group D clash in the European Championship.
Matteo Berrettini broke British hearts at Queen’s, Wales reached the last 16 at Euro 2020 and New Zealand seamer Kyle Jamieson produced a bowling masterclass at the Ageas Bowl in the World Test Championship against India.
PA news agency takes a look at some of the key images from across the weekend. England could not make the breakthrough against a stubborn Scotland outfit at Wembley (PA Wire) Dream Of Dreams ridden by Ryan Moore on their way to winning the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Ascot (PA Wire) Queen Elizabeth II with racing manager John Warren, second left, and jockey Frankie Dettori, right, inspect horse Reach For The Moon at Royal Ascot (PA Wire) England and India Women played out a draw in their one-off Test in Bristol (PA Wire) Andre Savelio scored his first career hat-trick in Hull FC's 64-22 victory at Leigh Centurions (PA Wire) Attila Fiola scored the opening goal for Hungary in their 1-1 draw with France (AP) Germany boosted their chances of reaching the last 16 with a 4-2 win against defending champions Portugal (AP) Exeter reached the Gallagher Premiership final after a 40-30 success against Sale Sharks (PA Wire) Harlequins players celebrate after stunning Bristol Bears in extra-time during a 43-36 triumph at Ashton Gate (PA Wire) Robert Lewandowski, centre, celebrates scoring the equaliser in Poland's 1-1 draw with Spain on Saturday (AP) Milwaukee Bucks won the Eastern Conference semi-finals against Brooklyn Nets with an overtime victory (AP) Jamie George poses with the Greene King IPA Championship trophy after Saracens made an immediate return to the Gallagher Premiership (PA Wire) Ons Jabeur celebrates winning her maiden WTA title at the Viking Classic Birmingham (PA Wire) Torquay goalkeeper Lucas Covolan scored a late equaliser in stoppage time during the Vanarama National League play-off but his side lost on penalties (PA Wire) New Zealand bowler Kyle Jamieson dismissed India captain Virat Kohli during his five-wicket haul in the World Test Championship final (PA Wire) Matteo Berrettini kisses the trophy after winning the cinch Championships, defeating Great Britain's Cameron Norrie (PA Wire) Red Bull driver Max Verstappen left it late to win the French Grand Prix (AP) Matteo Pessina, bottom, scored the only goal in Italy's 1-0 triumph against Wales (PA Wire) Xherdan Shaqiri scored a brace in Switzerland's 3-1 defeat of Turkey (AP) Devin Booker recorded his first career triple-double as Phoenix Suns won game one of the Western Conference final against Los Angeles Clippers (AP) Jon Rahm, of Spain, holds the US Open champions trophy (AP) Sign up to our newsletter