After substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had given the Three Lions the lead at Hampden Park, Scotland appeared to be on the brink of securing what would have been a memorable victory following two superbly-struck free-kicks from Leigh Griffiths.
Harry Kane's stint as captain of England is not yet finished.
"It was great for me personally to lead the team out, a very, very proud moment and to get that goal at the end made it even more special", said the striker.
However, Kane - wearing the captain's armband on the night - hit back in stoppage time to rescue a draw for the visitors and keep them two points clear at the top of World Cup qualifying Group F.
"I'm disappointed that someone of Joe's size never got across".
Gareth Southgate is looking to name a new skipper now that Wayne Rooney's worldwide career is seemingly winding down, and Kane staked his claim by rescuing a point for the Three Lions with a stoppage-time equaliser at Hampden Park on Saturday. One pass, one header goes somewhere else and we win the game.
"But we played a team with five at the back, tried to frustrate which is understandable from their point of view. It was probably the tallest wall you could put up in European football today and he went round the side, over the top, he is a good character, a wonderful character, unusual but wonderful", he said of the Celtic forward. It could be a big point for us.
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Robertson said: "If you look at the fixtures we have got, we are capable of beating them all if we can perform like that (against England)". Kane's strike, his sixth in 18 England games, was a sucker-punch for Scotland manager Gordon Strachan, whose side remain in fourth place, four points off a possible playoff berth.
"The first one has come through a lot of bodies", he said.
"We came to a hostile atmosphere and controlled game". I think there is great potential, there is a desire on their part, they are showing pride in playing for the shirt but of course we have an enormous journey to go on to match teams who have already won World Cups and European Championships with players who are Champions League winners regularly and used to playing in the highest games.
"We proved that on our day we can match anybody".
"We have really good cover in most positions but defensive midfield is an area where we're a little short".
"We have four games left and four very winnable games and as long as we take the performances from the last two games we will give ourselves a great chance".
He added: "I think that is fair (we need to be more clinical)". He told me just before training on Friday.