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(Match 743)  24th March 2016  (Friendly match)
CZECH REPUBLIC - SCOTLAND  0-1  (0-1)
Referee:   Paul McLaughlin (Republic of Ireland)
Crowd:     14.580, GENERALI Arena, Prague
Goal:      0-1 Anya (10)
CZECH REPUBLIC:  (Coach:  Pavel Vrba)
Tomas Koubek - Pavel Kaderabek, Tomas Sivok [c], Michal Kadlec, David Limbersky - 
Kamil Vacek (Lukas Marecek 78), Vladimir Darida (Jakub Rada 87) - Borek Dockal 
(Daniel Kolar 65), Martin Frydek (Jiri Skalak HT), Josef Sural (Daniel Pudil 78) - 
Tomas Necid (Matej Vydra 65).

SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  Gordon Strachan/26)
Allan McGregor			     (35/Hull City) -
Alan Hutton                          (50/Aston Villa)
Russell Martin                       (23/Norwich City)
Christophe Berra                     (32/Ipswich Town)
Andrew Robertson                     (9/Hull City) -
Robert Snodgrass                     (16/Hull City)
Darren Fletcher [c]                  (71/West Bromwich Albion)
Charles Mulgrew                      (21/Celtic)
Ikechi Anya                          (18/Watford) -
Kenneth McLean                       (1/Aberdeen)
Ross McCormack                       (12/Fulham)

Subs:	
Barry Bannan                         (21/Sheffield Wednesday)  for Andrew Robertson (58)
Matthew Phillips                     (3/Queens Park Rangers)   for Kenneth McLean   (59)
Anthony Watt                         (1/Blackburn Rovers)      for Ross McCormack   (78)
Paul Caddis                          (1/Birmingham City)       for Ikechi Anya      (87)

Notes:  On 29th January 2016 Anthony Watt (Charlton Athletic) was loaned 
        to Blackburn Rovers until the end of the 2015–16 season.  
        Alan Hutton became the 29th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland. 
        

(Match 744) 29th March 2016 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - DENMARK 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen (Norway) Crowd: 18.385, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Ritchie (8) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/27) Craig Gordon (44/Celtic) - Steven Whittaker (31/Norwich City) Gordon Greer (10/Brighton & Hove Albion) Grant Hanley (21/Blackburn Rovers) Kieran Tierney (1/Celtic) - Matthew Ritchie (8/Bournemouth) Scott Brown [c] (50/Celtic) John McGinn (1/Hibernian) Shaun Maloney (46/Hull City) - Steven Fletcher (26/Olympique de Marseille) Leigh Griffiths (7/Celtic) Subs: Ikechi Anya (19/Watford) for Steven Fletcher (HT) Charles Mulgrew (22/Celtic) for Kieran Tierney (HT) Christopher Martin (8/Derby County) for Leigh Griffiths (60) Liam Bridcutt (2/Leeds United) for Shaun Maloney (69) Oliver Burke (1/Nottingham Forest) for Matthew Ritchie (82) DENMARK: (Coach: Age Hareide) Kasper Schmeichel (Jonas Lossl HT) - Henrik Dalsgaard, Simon Kjaer, Daniel Agger [c] (Erik Sviatchenko 64), Riza Durmisi - Andreas Christensen - Pierre Emile Hojbjerg, Thomas Delaney - Christian Eriksen (Lasse Schone 81) - Nicolai Jorgensen, Yussuf Poulsen (Martin Braithwaite HT). Notes: On 26th November 2015 Liam Bridcutt (Sunderland) joined Leeds United on loan until the beginning of January 2016. On 5th January his loan was extended until the end of the 2015-16 season. On 1st February 2016 Steven Fletcher (Sunderland) joined Olympique de Marseille on loan until 30th June 2016. Scott Brown became the 30th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 745) 29th May 2016 (Friendly match) ITALY - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Alan Mario Sant (Malta) Crowd: 8.000, National Stadium, Attard Goal: 1-0 Pellè (57) ITALY: (Coach: Antonio Conte) Gianluigi Buffon [c] - Andrea Barzagli, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini - Antonio Candreva (Marco Parolo 62), Alessandro Florenzi, Daniele De Rossi (Jorge Luiz Frello Filho "Jorginho" 67), Emanuele Giaccherini (Giacomo Bonaventura 80), Matteo Darmian (Federico Bernardeschi 60) - Graziano Pellè (Simone Zaza 68), Eder Citadin Martins "Eder" (Lorenzo Insigne 59). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/28) David Marshall (23/Cardiff City) - Callum Paterson (1/Heart of Midlothian) Russell Martin (24/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (22/Blackburn Rovers) Charles Mulgrew (23/Celtic) - Matthew Phillips (4/Queens Park Rangers) Darren Fletcher [c] (72/West Bromwich Albion) James McArthur (23/Crystal Palace) Ikechi Anya (20/Watford) - Matthew Ritchie (9/Bournemouth) Ross McCormack (13/Fulham) Subs: Christophe Berra (33/Ipswich Town) for Callum Paterson (HT) Steven Fletcher (27/Olympique de Marseille) for Ross McCormack (HT) Oliver Burke (2/Nottingham Forest) for Matthew Phillips (70) Steven Naismith (42/Norwich City) for Ikechi Anya (71) Craig Bryson (3/Derby County) for James McArthur (83) Notes: The match against Italy was played in the national stadium in Attard as Scotland were based in Malta for a summer training camp.
(Match 746) 4th June 2016 (Friendly match) FRANCE - SCOTLAND 3-0 (3-0) Referee: Sebastien Delferiere (Belgium) Crowd: 25.057, Stade Municipal Saint-Symphorien, Metz Goals: 1-0 Giroud (8), 2-0 Giroud (35), 3-0 Koscielny (39) FRANCE: (Coach: Didier Deschamps) Hugo Lloris [c] - Bacary Sagna, Adil Rami, Laurent Koscielny, Patrice Evra (Lucas Digne 83) - Paul Pogba, N'Golo Kante (Moussa Sissoko 88), Blaise Matuidi (Yohan Cabaye 69) - Kingsley Coman (Antoine Griezmann HT), Olivier Giroud (Andre-Pierre Gignac 63), Dimitri Payet (Anthony Martial HT). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/29) David Marshall (24/Cardiff City) - Russell Martin (25/Norwich City) Gordon Greer (11/Brighton & Hove Albion) Grant Hanley (23/Blackburn Rovers) Andrew Robertson (10/Hull City) - James McArthur (24/Crystal Palace) Darren Fletcher [c] (73/West Bromwich Albion) - Robert Snodgrass (17/Hull City) Shaun Maloney (47/Hull City) Matthew Ritchie (10/Bournemouth) - Steven Fletcher (28/Olympique de Marseille) Subs: Ikechi Anya (21/Watford) for Shaun Maloney (HT) Charles Mulgrew (24/Celtic) for Andrew Robertson (HT) Steven Naismith (43/Norwich City) for Steven Fletcher (58) Stephen Kingsley (1/Swansea City) for Robert Snodgrass (66) Barrie McKay (1/Rangers) for James McArthur (84)
(Match 747) 4th September 2016 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) MALTA - SCOTLAND 1-5 (1-1) Referee: Yevhen Aranovskyi (Ukraine) Crowd: 15.069, National Stadium, Attard Goals: 0-1 Snodgrass (10), 1-1 Effiong (14), 1-2 C.Martin (53), 1-3 Snodgrass (61) penalty, 1-4 S.Fletcher (78), 1-5 Snodgrass (85) MALTA: (Coach: Pietro Ghedin) Andrew Hogg - Jonathan Caruana, Andrei Agius, Steve Borg - Ryan Scicluna (Ryan Camilleri 79), Paul Fenech, Gareth Sciberras, Luke Gambin, Joseph Zerafa - Andre Schembri [c] (Roderick Briffa 66) - Alfred Effiong (Michael Mifsud 89). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/30) David Marshall (25/Hull City) - Callum Paterson (2/Heart of Midlothian) Russell Martin (26/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (24/Newcastle United) Andrew Robertson (11/Hull City) - Darren Fletcher [c] (74/West Bromwich Albion) Barry Bannan (22/Sheffield Wednesday) - Robert Snodgrass (18/Hull City) Oliver Burke (3/RB Leipzig) Matthew Ritchie (11/Newcastle United) - Christopher Martin (9/Fulham) Subs: James Forrest (14/Celtic) for Oliver Burke (66) Steven Fletcher (29/Sheffield Wednesday) for Christopher Martin (69) Ikechi Anya (22/Derby County) for Matthew Ritchie (86) Notes: Jonathan Caruana was sent off after 59 minutes. Luke Gambin was sent off after 91 minutes. On 30th August 2016 Christopher Martin (Derby County) joined Fulham on loan until 31st May 2017.
(Match 748) 8th October 2016 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SCOTLAND - LITHUANIA 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Tobias Stieler (Germany) Crowd: 35.966, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Cernych (59), 1-1 McArthur (89) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/31) David Marshall (26/Hull City) - Callum Paterson (3/Heart of Midlothian) Russell Martin (27/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (25/Newcastle United) Andrew Robertson (12/Hull City) - Barry Bannan (23/Sheffield Wednesday) Darren Fletcher [c] (75/West Bromwich Albion) - Oliver Burke (4/RB Leipzig) Robert Snodgrass (19/Hull City) Matthew Ritchie (12/Newcastle United) - Christopher Martin (10/Fulham) Subs: James McArthur (25/Crystal Palace) for Darren Fletcher (HT) James Forrest (15/Celtic) for Oliver Burke (57) Leigh Griffiths (8/Celtic) for Matthew Ritchie (71) LITHUANIA: (Coach: Edgaras Jankauskas) Ernestas Setkus - Egidijus Vaitkunas, Georgas Freidgeimas, Edvinas Girdvainis, Vaidas Slavickas (Vytautas Andriuskevicius 64) - Arturas Zulpa (Karolis Chvedukas 65), Mantas Kuklys - Fedor Cernych [c], Arvydas Novikovas - Nerijus Valskis (Mindaugas Grigaravicius 85), Vykintas Slivka.
(Match 749) 11th October 2016 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SLOVAKIA - SCOTLAND 3-0 (1-0) Referee: Martin Strombergsson (Sweden) Crowd: 11.098, Stadion Antona Malatinskeho, Trnava Goals: 1-0 Mak (18), 2-0 Mak (56), 3-0 Nemec (68) SLOVAKIA: (Coach: Jan Kozak) Matus Kozacik - Erik Sabo, Martin Skrtel [c], Jan Durica, Jakub Holubek - Juraj Kucka, Milan Skriniar - Michal Duris, Marek Hamsik (Filip Kiss 87), Robert Mak (Dusan Svento 80) - Adam Nemec (Marek Bakos 69). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/32) David Marshall (27/Hull City) - Callum Paterson (4/Heart of Midlothian) Russell Martin (28/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (26/Newcastle United) Kieran Tierney (2/Celtic) - James McArthur (26/Crystal Palace) Darren Fletcher [c] (76/West Bromwich Albion) Barry Bannan (24/Sheffield Wednesday) - Robert Snodgrass (20/Hull City) Steven Fletcher (30/Sheffield Wednesday) Matthew Ritchie (13/Newcastle United) Subs: Leigh Griffiths (9/Celtic) for Darren Fletcher (64) Ikechi Anya (23/Derby County) for Matthew Ritchie (64) John McGinn (2/Hibernian) for Steven Fletcher (76)
(Match 750) 11th November 2016 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 3-0 (1-0) Referee: Cuneyt Çakir (Turkey) Crowd: 87.258, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 1-0 Sturridge (23), 2-0 Lallana (50), 3-0 Cahill (61) ENGLAND: (Manager: Gareth Southgate) Joe Hart - Kyle Walker, Gary Cahill, John Stones, Daniel Rose - Eric Dier, Jordan Henderson - Raheem Sterling, Wayne Rooney [c], Adam Lallana - Daniel Sturridge (Jamie Vardy 74). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/33) Craig Gordon (45/Celtic) - Ikechi Anya (24/Derby County) Grant Hanley (27/Newcastle United) Christophe Berra (34/Ipswich Town) Lee Wallace (9/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher [c] (77/West Bromwich Albion) Scott Brown (51/Celtic) - Robert Snodgrass (21/Hull City) James Morrison (42/West Bromwich Albion) James Forrest (16/Celtic) - Leigh Griffiths (10/Celtic) Subs: James McArthur (27/Crystal Palace) for James Morrison (66) Callum Paterson (5/Heart of Midlothian) for Ikechi Anya (79) Matthew Ritchie (14/Newcastle United) for Robert Snodgrass (82)
(Match 751) 22nd March 2017 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - CANADA 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Jakob Kehlet (Denmark) Crowd: 9.158, Easter Road, Edinburgh Goals: 0-1 Aird (11), 1-1 Naismith (35) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/34) Allan McGregor (36/Cardiff City) - Ikechi Anya (25/Derby County) Christophe Berra (35/Ipswich Town) Charles Mulgrew (25/Blackburn Rovers) Lee Wallace (10/Rangers) - Thomas Cairney (1/Fulham) Darren Fletcher [c] (78/West Bromwich Albion) - Robert Snodgrass (22/West Ham United) Steven Naismith (44/Norwich City) Oliver Burke (5/RB Leipzig) - Christopher Martin (11/Fulham) Subs: Andrew Robertson (13/Hull City) for Lee Wallace (HT) Barry Bannan (25/Sheffield Wednesday) for Oliver Burke (HT) Jordan Rhodes (14/Sheffield Wednesday) for Steven Naismith (62) Leigh Griffiths (11/Celtic) for Christopher Martin (62) John McGinn (3/Hibernian) for Thomas Cairney (76) CANADA: (Coach: Michael Findlay) Simon Thomas (Jayson Leutwiler HT) - Nikolas Ledgerwood [c], Adam Straith, Manjrekar James, Maxim Tissot (La'Vere Corbin-Ong 68) - Scott Arfield (Charlie Trafford 90+4), Samuel Piette - Fraser Aird, Marco Bustos, David Hoilett Jr. - Simeon Jackson (Benjamin Fisk 76). Notes: On 18th January 2017 Allan McGregor (Hull City) joined Cardiff City on loan until the end of season 2016-17. On 31st January 2017 Jordan Rhodes (Middlesbrough) joined Sheffield Wednesday on loan until 30th June 2017.
(Match 752) 26th March 2017 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SCOTLAND - SLOVENIA 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Bjorn Kuipers (Netherlands) Crowd: 20.435, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 C.Martin (88) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/35) Craig Gordon (46/Celtic) - Kieran Tierney (3/Celtic) Russell Martin (29/Norwich City) Charles Mulgrew (26/Blackburn Rovers) Andrew Robertson (14/Hull City) - Scott Brown [c] (52/Celtic) James Morrison (43/West Bromwich Albion) - James Forrest (17/Celtic) Stuart Armstrong (1/Celtic) Robert Snodgrass (23/West Ham United) - Leigh Griffiths (12/Celtic) Subs: Steven Naismith (45/Norwich City) for Leigh Griffiths (50) Ikechi Anya (26/Derby County) for Robert Snodgrass (75) Christopher Martin (12/Fulham) for James Morrison (82) SLOVENIA: (Coach: Srecko Katanec) Jan Oblak - Aljaz Struna, Miral Samardzic, Bostjan Cesar [c], Bojan Jokic - Kevin Kampl (Nik Omladic 87), Rene Krhin, Jasmin Kurtic - Valter Birsa (Robert Beric 69), Josip Ilicic, Roman Bezjak (Benjamin Verbic 58).
(Match 753) 10th June 2017 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-2 (0-0) Referee: Paolo Tagliavento (Italy) Crowd: 48.520, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Oxlade-Chamberlain (70), 1-1 Griffiths (87), 2-1 Griffiths (90), 2-2 Kane (90+3) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/36) Craig Gordon (47/Celtic) - Christophe Berra (36/Heart of Midlothian) Charles Mulgrew (27/Blackburn Rovers) Kieran Tierney (4/Celtic) - Ikechi Anya (27/Derby County) James Morrison (44/West Bromwich Albion) Scott Brown [c] (53/Celtic) Andrew Robertson (15/Hull City) - Robert Snodgrass (24/West Ham United) Stuart Armstrong (2/Celtic) - Leigh Griffiths (13/Celtic) Subs: James McArthur (28/Crystal Palace) for James Morrison (HT) Ryan Fraser (1/Bournemouth) for Robert Snodgrass (67) Christopher Martin (13/Derby County) for Ikechi Anya (81) ENGLAND: (Manager: Gareth Southgate) Joe Hart - Kyle Walker, Chris Smalling, Gary Cahill, Ryan Bertrand - Jake Livermore (Jermain Defoe 90+2), Eric Dier - Marcus Rashford (Alexander Oxlade-Chamberlain 65), Dele Alli (Raheem Sterling 84), Adam Lallana - Harry Kane [c].
(Match 754) 1st September 2017 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) LITHUANIA - SCOTLAND 0-3 (0-2) Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande (Spain) Crowd: 5.067, LFF stadionas, Vilnius Goals: 0-1 Armstrong (25), 0-2 Robertson (30), 0-3 McArthur (72) LITHUANIA: (Coach: Edgaras Jankauskas) Ernestas Setkus - Valdemar Borovskij, Georgas Freidgeimas, Tadas Kijanskas, Egidijus Vaitkunas - Arturas Zulpa (Lukas Spalvis 68), Mantas Kuklys - Vykintas Slivka (Ovidijus Verbickas 79), Arvydas Novikovas, Fedor Cernych [c] - Darvydas Sernas (Deivydas Matulevicius 82). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/37) Craig Gordon (48/Celtic) - Kieran Tierney (5/Celtic) Christophe Berra (37/Heart of Midlothian) Charles Mulgrew (28/Blackburn Rovers) Andrew Robertson (16/Liverpool) - Scott Brown [c] (54/Celtic) - James Forrest (18/Celtic) Stuart Armstrong (3/Celtic) James McArthur (29/Crystal Palace) Matthew Phillips (5/West Bromwich Albion) - Leigh Griffiths (14/Celtic) Subs: Matthew Ritchie (15/Newcastle United) for James Forrest (66) Christopher Martin (14/Derby County) for Leigh Griffiths (79) John McGinn (4/Hibernian) for Stuart Armstrong (85)
(Match 755) 4th September 2017 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SCOTLAND - MALTA 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Jakob Kehlet (Denmark) Crowd: 26.371, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Berra (9), 2-0 Griffiths (49) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/38) Craig Gordon (49/Celtic) - Kieran Tierney (6/Celtic) Christophe Berra (38/Heart of Midlothian) Charles Mulgrew (29/Blackburn Rovers) Andrew Robertson (17/Liverpool) - Scott Brown [c] (55/Celtic) - James Forrest (19/Celtic) Stuart Armstrong (4/Celtic) James McArthur (30/Crystal Palace) Matthew Phillips (6/West Bromwich Albion) - Leigh Griffiths (15/Celtic) Subs: James Morrison (45/West Bromwich Albion) for James McArthur (HT) Grant Hanley (28/Norwich City) for Charles Mulgrew (56) Christopher Martin (15/Derby County) for Leigh Griffiths (70) MALTA: (Coach: Pietro Ghedin) Andrew Hogg - Steve Borg (Alexander Muscat 86), Samuel Magri, Andrei Agius, Zach Muscat, Joseph Zerafa - Bjorn Kristensen (Paul Fenech 85), Ryan Fenech, Stephen Pisani - Andre Schembri [c] (Luke Gambin 71), Alfred Effiong.
(Match 756) 5th October 2017 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SCOTLAND - SLOVAKIA 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Milorad Mazic (Serbia) Crowd: 46.773, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Skrtel (89) own goal SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/39) Craig Gordon (50/Celtic) - Kieran Tierney (7/Celtic) Christophe Berra (39/Heart of Midlothian) Charles Mulgrew (30/Blackburn Rovers) Andrew Robertson (18/Liverpool) - James Morrison (46/West Bromwich Albion) Darren Fletcher [c] (79/Stoke City) Barry Bannan (26/Sheffield Wednesday) - James Forrest (20/Celtic) Leigh Griffiths (16/Celtic) Matthew Phillips (7/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Christopher Martin (16/Derby County) for James Forrest (61) James McArthur (31/Crystal Palace) for Darren Fletcher (79) Ikechi Anya (28/Derby County) for Kieran Tierney (82) SLOVAKIA: (Coach: Jan Kozak) Martin Dubravka - Peter Pekarik, Martin Skrtel [c], Jan Durica, Tomas Hubocan - Juraj Kucka (Norbert Gyomber 80), Jan Gregus, Marek Hamsik (Ondrej Duda 79), Stanislav Lobotka, Robert Mak - Adam Nemec (Vladimir Weiss 79). Notes: Robert Mak was sent off after 23 minutes. Craig Gordon became the 31st player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 757) 8th October 2017 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SLOVENIA - SCOTLAND 2-2 (0-1) Referee: Jonas Eriksson (Sweden) Crowd: 11.123, Stadion Stozice, Ljubljana Goals: 0-1 Griffiths (32), 1-1 Bezjak (52), 2-1 Bezjak (72), 2-2 Snodgrass (88) SLOVENIA: (Coach: Srecko Katanec) Jan Oblak - Aljaz Struna (Nejc Skubic HT), Miha Mevlja, Bostjan Cesar [c], Bojan Jokic - Rajko Rotman, Jasmin Kurtic - Jan Repas (Roman Bezjak HT), Josip Ilicic, Benjamin Verbic - Tim Matavz (Amedej Vetrih 89). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/40) Craig Gordon (51/Celtic) - Kieran Tierney (8/Celtic) Christophe Berra (40/Heart of Midlothian) Charles Mulgrew (31/Blackburn Rovers) Andrew Robertson (19/Liverpool) - Matthew Phillips (8/West Bromwich Albion) James McArthur (32/Crystal Palace) Darren Fletcher [c] (80/Stoke City) Barry Bannan (27/Sheffield Wednesday) - Christopher Martin (17/Derby County) Leigh Griffiths (17/Celtic) Subs: Ikechi Anya (29/Derby County) for Christopher Martin (53) Robert Snodgrass (25/Aston Villa) for James McArthur (79) Steven Fletcher (31/Sheffield Wednesday) for Kieran Tierney (80) Notes: Bostjan Cesar was sent off after 92 minutes. On 25th August 2017 Robert Snodgrass (West Ham United) joined Aston Villa on loan until 31st May 2018. Scotland failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup Finals in Russia. Four days after the end of their qualification campaign Strachan's tenure as national team coach was brought to an end by "mutual consent", taking immediate effect.
(Match 758) 9th November 2017 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - NETHERLANDS 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Ruddy Buquet (France) Crowd: 17.833, Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Goal: 0-1 Depay (40) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Malcolm Mackay/1) Craig Gordon (52/Celtic) - Ryan Jack (1/Rangers) Christophe Berra (41/Heart of Midlothian) Kieran Tierney [c] (9/Celtic) Andrew Robertson (20/Liverpool) - Kenneth McLean (2/Aberdeen) John McGinn (5/Hibernian) - James Forrest (21/Celtic) Callum McGregor (1/Celtic) Ryan Christie (1/Aberdeen) - Matthew Phillips (9/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Charles Mulgrew (32/Blackburn Rovers) for Christophe Berra (HT) Ryan Fraser (2/Bournemouth) for James Forrest (71) Jason Cummings (1/Nottingham Forest) for Callum McGregor (87) NETHERLANDS: (Coach: Dick Advocaat) Jacobus "Jasper" Cillessen - Timothy Fosu-Mensah (Joel Veltman 72), Virgil van Dijk, Karim Rekik, Nathan Ake - Georginio Wijnaldum, Daley Blind, Kevin Strootman [c] - Quincy Promes (Steven Berghuis 76), Ryan Babel, Memphis Depay. Notes: On 13th October 2017 former Scotland defender and current Scottish FA performance director Malcolm Mackay was appointed interim manager for the 9th November 2017 friendly with the Netherlands at Pittodrie. On 17th June 2017 Ryan Christie (Celtic) joined Aberdeen on loan until 31st May 2018.
(Match 759) 23rd March 2018 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - COSTA RICA 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Tobias Stieler (Germany) Crowd: 20.488, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 Urena (14) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/11) Allan McGregor (37/Hull City) - Callum Paterson (6/Cardiff City) Grant Hanley (29/Norwich City) Charles Mulgrew [c] (33/Blackburn Rovers) Scott McKenna (1/Aberdeen) Andrew Robertson (21/Liverpool) - Matthew Ritchie (16/Newcastle United) Scott McTominay (1/Manchester United) Kevin McDonald (1/Fulham) Thomas Cairney (2/Fulham) - Oliver McBurnie (1/Barnsley) Subs: Stuart Armstrong (5/Celtic) for Scott McTominay (58) Callum McGregor (2/Celtic) for Thomas Cairney (58) Matthew Phillips (10/West Bromwich Albion) for Oliver McBurnie (77) John McGinn (6/Hibernian) for Charles Mulgrew (82) James Murphy (1/Rangers) for Matthew Ritchie (87) COSTA RICA: (Coach: Oscar Ramirez) Keylor Navas - Cristian Gamboa (Ian Smith 75), Johnny Acosta, Giancarlo Gonzalez, Oscar Duarte, Bryan Oviedo (Francisco Calvo 78) - Bryan Ruiz [c], Celso Borges, David Guzman (Yeltsin Tejeda 56), Daniel Colindres (Rodney Wallace 64) - Marcos Urena (Yendrick Ruiz 69). Notes: Alexander McLeish was named as Scotland's new manager by the Scottish FA on Friday, 16 February 2018. This was his second appointment - 11 years after leaving the post. On 6th January 2018 James Murphy (Brighton & Hove Albion) joined Rangers on loan until 9th June 2018. On 31st January 2018 Oliver McBurnie (Swansea City) joined Barnsley on loan until 31st May 2018.
(Match 760) 27th March 2018 (Friendly match) HUNGARY - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Harald Lechner (Austria) Crowd: 8.942, Groupama Arena, Budapest Goal: 0-1 Phillips (48) HUNGARY: (Coach: Georges Leekens) Peter Gulacsi – Attila Fiola, Kenneth Otigba, Richard Guzmics – Gergo Lovrencsics, Adam Pinter (Akos Elek HT), Laszlo Kleinheisler (Mate Patkai 67), Szilveszter Hangya (Janos Szabo HT) – Roland Varga (Nemanja Nikolics 83), Adam Szalai (Daniel Bode 77), Balazs Dzsudzsak [c] (Krisztian Nemeth 58). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/12) Allan McGregor (38/Hull City) - Jack Hendry (1/Celtic) Charles Mulgrew [c] (34/Blackburn Rovers) Scott McKenna (2/Aberdeen) - Ryan Fraser (3/Bournemouth) John McGinn (7/Hibernian) Stuart Armstrong (6/Celtic) Andrew Robertson (22/Liverpool) - James Forrest (22/Celtic) Callum McGregor (3/Celtic) - Matthew Phillips (11/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Barry Douglas (1/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Andrew Robertson (67) Kenneth McLean (3/Aberdeen) for Stuart Armstrong (70) Ryan Christie (2/Aberdeen) for James Forrest (77) Callum Paterson (7/Cardiff City) for Ryan Fraser (82) Oliver McBurnie (2/Barnsley) for Matthew Phillips (84) Jason Cummings (2/Rangers) for Callum McGregor (90+3) Notes: Charles Mulgrew had a 40th minute penalty kick saved by Peter Gulacsi. On 16th January 2018 Jason Cummings (Nottingham Forest) joined Rangers on loan until 10th June 2018. On 22nd January 2018 Norwich City completed the signing of midfielder Kenneth McLean from Aberdeen on a three-and-a-half year contract. On the following day he returned to the Scottish Premiership side on loan until 9th June 2018.
(Match 761) 29th May 2018 (Friendly match) PERU - SCOTLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Fernando Guerrero (Mexico) Crowd: 40.000, Estadio Nacional, Lima Goals: 1-0 Cueva (37) penalty, 2-0 Farfan (47) PERU: (Coach: Ricardo Gareca) Jose Carvallo - Luis Advincula (Aldo Corzo 87), Christian Ramos, Alberto Rodriguez [c], Miguel Trauco - Edison Flores, Renato Tapia (Wilder Cartagena 84), Yoshimar Yotun (Raul Ruidiaz 69) - Andre Carrillo (Andy Polo 69), Jefferson Farfan (Paolo Hurtado 81), Christian Cueva (Pedro Aquino 80). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/13) Jordan Archer (1/Millwall) - Stephen O'Donnell (1/Kilmarnock) Charles Mulgrew [c] (35/Blackburn Rovers) Scott McKenna (3/Aberdeen) Lewis Stevenson (1/Hibernian) - Dylan McGeouch (1/Hibernian) - Kenneth McLean (4/Aberdeen) Scott McTominay (2/Manchester United) John McGinn (8/Hibernian) James Murphy (2/Rangers) - Matthew Phillips (12/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Oliver McBurnie (3/Barnsley) for James Murphy (63) Callum Paterson (8/Cardiff City) for John McGinn (63) Lewis Morgan (1/Celtic) for Matthew Phillips (72) Graeme Shinnie (1/Aberdeen) for Dylan McGeouch (76) Christopher Cadden (1/Motherwell) for Kenneth McLean (87)
(Match 762) 2nd June 2018 (Friendly match) MEXICO - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Henry Bejarano (Costa Rica) Crowd: 70.993, Estadio Azteca, Mexico City Goal: 1-0 G.dos Santos (13) MEXICO: (Coach: Juan Carlos Osorio) Guillermo Ochoa [c] - Edson Alvarez, Hugo Ayala, Carlos Salcedo (Rafael Marquez HT), Jesus Gallardo - Miguel Layun, Hector Herrera (Marco Fabian 58) - Carlos Vela (Javier Aquino 63), Giovani dos Santos (Jonathan dos Santos 57), Hirving Lozano (Jesus Corona 73) - Raul Jimenez (Oribe Peralta 57). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/14) Jonathan McLaughlin (1/Unattached - see notes below) - Stephen O'Donnell (2/Kilmarnock) Jack Hendry (2/Celtic) Scott McKenna [c] (4/Aberdeen) Graeme Shinnie (2/Aberdeen) - Dylan McGeouch (2/Hibernian) Kenneth McLean (5/Aberdeen) - Johnathon Russell (5/Sporting Kansas City) Callum Paterson (9/Cardiff City) Ryan Christie (3/Celtic) - Oliver McBurnie (4/Swansea City) Subs: Scott Bain (1/Celtic) for Jonathan McLaughlin (HT) Charles Mulgrew (36/Blackburn Rovers) for Callum Paterson (55) Christopher Cadden (2/Motherwell) for Kenneth McLean (55) John McGinn (9/Hibernian) for Ryan Christie (55) Lewis Morgan (2/Celtic) for Oliver McBurnie (80) Notes: Jonathan McLaughlin's contract with Heart of Midlothian ended on 31st May 2018 whilst he was in the Scotland touring party to play Peru and Mexico. He was therefore a Heart of Midlothian player for the first part of the tour but was "unattached", i.e. he was not contracted to a club, by the time of his appearance in the match against Mexico on 2nd June 2018. On 31st January 2018 Scott Bain (Dundee) joined Celtic on loan until 9th June 2018.
(Match 763) 7th September 2018 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - BELGIUM 0-4 (0-1) Referee: Luca Banti (Italy) Crowd: 20.196, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Lukaku (28), 0-2 E.Hazard (46), 0-3 Batshuayi (52), 0-4 Batshuayi (60) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/15) Craig Gordon (53/Celtic) - John Souttar (1/Heart of Midlothian) Charles Mulgrew (37/Blackburn Rovers) Kieran Tierney (10/Celtic) - Ryan Fraser (4/Bournemouth) John McGinn (10/Aston Villa) Kevin McDonald (2/Fulham) Andrew Robertson [c] (23/Liverpool) - Callum McGregor (4/Celtic) Stuart Armstrong (7/Southampton) - Leigh Griffiths (18/Celtic) Subs: Steven Naismith (46/Heart of Midlothian) for Leigh Griffiths (HT) Robert Snodgrass (26/West Ham United) for Kevin McDonald (53) Ryan Jack (2/Rangers) for Stuart Armstrong (53) Johnathon Russell (6/Sporting Kansas City) for Callum McGregor (68) Stephen O'Donnell (3/Kilmarnock) for Charles Mulgrew (68) Graeme Shinnie (3/Aberdeen) for John McGinn (73) BELGIUM: (Coach: Roberto Martinez) Thibaut Courtois - Dedryck Boyata, Vincent Kompany (Thomas Vermaelen HT), Jan Vertonghen - Timothy Castagne (Thomas Meunier HT), Youri Tielemans, Moussa Dembele (Birger Verstraete 85), Thorgan Hazard - Dries Mertens (Yannick Carrasco HT), Romelu Lukaku (Michy Batshuayi HT), Eden Hazard [c] (Hans Vanaken 55). Notes: On 9th July 2018 Steven Naismith (Norwich City) joined Heart of Midlothian on loan until 30th June 2019.
(Match 764) 10th September 2018 (2018-19 UEFA Nations League, League C, Group 1) SCOTLAND - ALBANIA 2-0 (0-0) Referee: Matej Jug (Slovenia) Crowd: 17.455, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Djimsiti (47) own goal, 2-0 Naismith (68) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/16) Allan McGregor (39/Rangers) - John Souttar (2/Heart of Midlothian) Charles Mulgrew (38/Blackburn Rovers) Kieran Tierney (11/Celtic) - Stephen O'Donnell (4/Kilmarnock) John McGinn (11/Aston Villa) Kevin McDonald (3/Fulham) Callum McGregor (5/Celtic) Andrew Robertson [c] (24/Liverpool) - Johnathon Russell (7/Sporting Kansas City) Steven Naismith (47/Heart of Midlothian) Subs: Stuart Armstrong (8/Southampton) for Kevin McDonald (HT) Leigh Griffiths (19/Celtic) for Johnathon Russell (70) Scott McTominay (3/Manchester United) for Callum McGregor (79) ALBANIA: (Coach: Christian Panucci) Thomas Strakosha - Elseid Hysaj [c], Frederic Veseli (Enea Mihaj 90+1), Berat Djimsiti, Egzon Binaku - Taulant Xhaka, Sabien Lilaj, Emanuele Ndoj (Rey Manaj 66) - Enis Gavazaj (Herdi Prenga HT), Bekim Balaj, Ledian Memushaj. Notes: This was the first match of the UEFA Nations League. The new tournament, which was approved during UEFA's assembly on 27th March 2014, is to be a biennial international competition involving the men's national teams of the 55 member associations of UEFA. Due to its structure it almost completely replaces the often meaningless international friendlies on the FIFA calendar. The 2018-19 campaign, in addition to having its own winner, is linked to qualification for the 2020 European Championship Finals (Euro 2020).
(Match 765) 11th October 2018 (2018-19 UEFA Nations League, League C, Group 1) ISRAEL - SCOTLAND 2-1 (0-1) Referee: Daniel Stefanski (Poland) Crowd: 10.234, Sammy Ofer Stadium, Haifa Goals: 0-1 Mulgrew (25) penalty, 1-1 Peretz (52), 2-1 Tierney (75) own goal ISRAEL: (Coach: Andreas Herzog) Ariel Harush - Sheran Yeini, Eitan Tibi, Omri Ben Harush - Eli Dasa, Dor Peretz, Bibras Natcho [c], Beram Kayal (Dan Einbinder 82), Taleb Tawatha (Eliran Atar 76) - Munas Dabbur, Ben Sahar (Dia Sabi'a HT). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/17) Allan McGregor (40/Rangers) - John Souttar (3/Heart of Midlothian) Charles Mulgrew (39/Blackburn Rovers) Kieran Tierney (12/Celtic) - Stephen O'Donnell (5/Kilmarnock) John McGinn (12/Aston Villa) Kevin McDonald (4/Fulham) Andrew Robertson [c] (25/Liverpool) - Johnathon Russell (8/Sporting Kansas City) Callum McGregor (6/Celtic) - Steven Naismith (48/Heart of Midlothian) Subs: Scott McKenna (5/Aberdeen) for Charles Mulgrew (HT) James Forrest (23/Celtic) for Johnathon Russell (67) Oliver McBurnie (5/Swansea City) for Steven Naismith (76) Notes: John Souttar was sent off after 61 minutes.
(Match 766) 14th October 2018 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - PORTUGAL 1-3 (0-1) Referee: Ruddy Buquet (France) Crowd: 19.684, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 HELDER COSTA (44), 0-2 EDER (74), 0-3 BRUMA (84), 1-3 Naismith (90+3) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/18) Craig Gordon (54/Celtic) - Stephen O'Donnell (6/Kilmarnock) Jack Hendry (3/Celtic) Scott McKenna (6/Aberdeen) Andrew Robertson [c] (26/Liverpool) - James Forrest (24/Celtic) John McGinn (13/Aston Villa) Stuart Armstrong (9/Southampton) Callum McGregor (7/Celtic) - Steven Naismith (49/Heart of Midlothian) Oliver McBurnie (6/Swansea City) Subs: Graeme Shinnie (4/Aberdeen) for John McGinn (67) Gary Mackay-Steven (2/Aberdeen) for Oliver McBurnie (76) Kevin McDonald (5/Fulham) for Stuart Armstrong (77) PORTUGAL: (Coach: Fernando Santos) Antonio Alberto Bastos Pimparel-BETO [c] (CLAUDIO Pires Morais RAMOS 86) - CEDRIC Ricardo Alves Soares, RUBEN Santos Gato Alves DIAS (PEDRO Felipe Teodosio MENDES 56), Luis Carlos Novo NETO, KEVIN Manuel RODRIGUES - SERGIO Miguel Relvas de OLIVEIRA (RENATO Junior Luz SANCHES 56), DANILO Luis Helio PEREIRA (WILLIAM Silva de CARVALHO 90+1), BRUNO Miguel Borges FERNANDES (GEDSON Carvalho Fernandes 68) - HELDER Wander Sousa de Azevedo e COSTA, Ederzito Antonio Macedo Lopes-EDER, Armindo Tue Na Bangna-BRUMA (Rafael Alexandre Fernandes Ferreira da Silva-RAFA 90+1).
(Match 767) 17th November 2018 (2018-19 UEFA Nations League, League C, Group 1) ALBANIA - SCOTLAND 0-4 (0-2) Referee: Vladislav Bezborodov (Russia) Crowd: 8.632, Stadiumi "Loro Boriçi", Shkoder Goals: 0-1 Fraser (14), 0-2 Fletcher (45+2) penalty, 0-3 Forrest (55), 0-4 Forrest (67) ALBANIA: (Coach: Christian Panucci) Etrit Berisha - Frederic Veseli, Berat Djimsiti (Kastriot Dermaku 53), Mergim Mavraj [c], Egzon Binaku - Myrto Uzuni, Ergys Kaçe (Ardian Ismajli 27), Taulant Xhaka, Eros Grezda - Ledian Memushaj - Rey Manaj (Bekim Balaj 62). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/19) Allan McGregor (41/Rangers) - Callum Paterson (10/Cardiff City) David Bates (1/Hamburger SV) Scott McKenna (7/Aberdeen) Andrew Robertson [c] (27/Liverpool) - Callum McGregor (8/Celtic) - James Forrest (25/Celtic) Stuart Armstrong (10/Southampton) Ryan Christie (4/Celtic) Ryan Fraser (5/Bournemouth) - Steven Fletcher (32/Sheffield Wednesday) Subs: Scott McTominay (4/Manchester United) for Stuart Armstrong (61) Matthew Phillips (13/West Bromwich Albion) for Steven Fletcher (68) Johnathon Russell (9/Sporting Kansas City) for Ryan Fraser (72) Notes: Mergim Mavraj was sent off after 22 minutes.
(Match 768) 20th November 2018 (2018-19 UEFA Nations League, League C, Group 1) SCOTLAND - ISRAEL 3-2 (2-1) Referee: Tobias Welz (Germany) Crowd: 21.281, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Kayal (9), 1-1 Forrest (34), 2-1 Forrest (43), 3-1 Forrest (64), 3-2 Zahavi (75) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/20) Allan McGregor (42/Rangers) - Callum Paterson (11/Cardiff City) David Bates (2/Hamburger SV) Scott McKenna (8/Aberdeen) Andrew Robertson [c] (28/Liverpool) - Stuart Armstrong (11/Southampton) Callum McGregor (9/Celtic) Ryan Christie (5/Celtic) - James Forrest (26/Celtic) Steven Fletcher (33/Sheffield Wednesday) Ryan Fraser (6/Bournemouth) Subs: Graeme Shinnie (5/Aberdeen) for Ryan Christie (76) Matthew Phillips (14/West Bromwich Albion) for Stuart Armstrong (76) Scott McTominay (5/Manchester United) for Steven Fletcher (87) ISRAEL: (Coach: Andreas Herzog) Ariel Harush - Sheran Yeini, Loai Taha (Almog Cohen 67), Omri Ben Harush - Eli Dasa, Dor Peretz (Dia Sabi'a 73), Bibras Natcho [c], Beram Kayal, Taleb Tawatha (Tomer Hemed 85) - Munas Dabbur, Eran Zahavi. Notes: Scotland won their group, sealed promotion to League B of the next UEFA Nations League campaign and guaranteed a play-off place for Euro 2020 (see 2018-19 format rules on the UEFA's website).
(Match 769) 21st March 2019 (2020 European Championship Qualifying Group I) KAZAKHSTAN - SCOTLAND 3-0 (2-0) Referee: Srdjan Jovanovic (Serbia) Crowd: 27.641, Astana Arena, Astana (since renamed Nur-Sultan) Goals: 1-0 Pertsukh (6), 2-0 Vorogovskiy (10), 3-0 Zainutdinov (51) KAZAKHSTAN: (Coach: Michal Bilek) Dmytro Nepohodov - Temirlan Erlanov (Eldos Akhmetov 81), Evgeniy Postnikov, Serhiy Malyi - Yan Vorogovskiy, Yuriy Pertsukh, Islambek Kuat [c], Aleksandr Merkel, Gafurzhan Suyumbaev - Baktiyar Zainutdinov (Serikzhan Muzhikov 84), Roman Murtazaev (Bauyrzhan Turysbek 68). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/21) Scott Bain (2/Celtic) - Liam Palmer (1/Sheffield Wednesday) David Bates (3/Hamburger SV) Scott McKenna (9/Aberdeen) Graeme Shinnie (6/Aberdeen) - John McGinn (14/Aston Villa) Callum McGregor [c] (10/Celtic) Stuart Armstrong (12/Southampton) - James Forrest (27/Celtic) Oliver McBurnie (7/Swansea City) Oliver Burke (6/Celtic) Subs: Johnathon Russell (10/Sporting Kansas City) for Oliver McBurnie (61) Scott McTominay (6/Manchester United) for John McGinn (70) Marc McNulty (1/Hibernian) for James Forrest (81) Notes: On 5th January 2019 Oliver Burke (West Bromwich Albion) joined Celtic on loan until 30th June 2019. On 31st January 2019 Marc McNulty (Reading) joined Hibernian on loan until 31st May 2019.
(Match 770) 24th March 2019 (2020 European Championship Qualifying Group I) SAN MARINO - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Manuel Schuttengruber (Austria) Crowd: 4.077, San Marino Stadium, Serravalle Goals: 0-1 McLean (4), 0-2 Russell (74) SAN MARINO: (Coach: Franco Varrella) Elia Benedettini - Manuel Battistini, Michele Cevoli, Davide Simoncini [c] (Lorenzo Lunadei 86), Mirko Palazzi - Filippo Berardi, Marcello Mularoni, Enrico Golinucci, Alessandro Golinucci, Adolfo Hirsch (Andrea Grandoni 77) - Matteo Vitaioli (Nicola Nanni 60). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/22) Scott Bain (3/Celtic) - Stephen O'Donnell (7/Kilmarnock) David Bates (4/Hamburger SV) Scott McKenna (10/Aberdeen) Andrew Robertson [c] (29/Liverpool) - Kenneth McLean (6/Norwich City) Callum McGregor (11/Celtic) - Johnathon Russell (11/Sporting Kansas City) Stuart Armstrong (13/Southampton) Ryan Fraser (7/Bournemouth) - Callum Paterson (12/Cardiff City) Subs: Marc McNulty (2/Hibernian) for Callum Paterson (37) Scott McTominay (7/Manchester United) for Callum McGregor (56) James Forrest (28/Celtic) for Stuart Armstrong (71) Notes: On 18th April 2019 the Scottish FA confirmed that Alexander McLeish left his role as Scotland manager by mutual consent and with immediate effect. He paid the price for a poor start to Euro 2020 qualifying.
(Match 771) 8th June 2019 (2020 European Championship Qualifying Group I) SCOTLAND - CYPRUS 2-1 (0-0) Referee: Ola Hobber Nilsen (Norway) Crowd: 31.277, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Robertson (61), 1-1 Kousoulos (87), 2-1 Burke (89) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/1) David Marshall (28/Hull City) - Stephen O'Donnell (8/Kilmarnock) Charles Mulgrew (40/Blackburn Rovers) Scott McKenna (11/Aberdeen) Andrew Robertson [c] (30/Liverpool) - John McGinn (15/Aston Villa) Kenneth McLean (7/Norwich City) Callum McGregor (12/Celtic) - James Forrest (29/Celtic) Eamonn Brophy (1/Kilmarnock) Ryan Fraser (8/Bournemouth) Subs: Oliver Burke (7/Celtic) for Eamonn Brophy (73) Scott McTominay (8/Manchester United) for John McGinn (79) Stuart Armstrong (14/Southampton) for Callum McGregor (87) CYPRUS: (Coach: Ran Ben Shimon) Urko Pardo - Ioannis Kousoulos, Konstantinos Laifis, Nikolas Ioannou - Kostakis Artymatas - Andreas Makris (Ioannis Pittas 80), Michalis Ioannou (Anthony Georgiou 66), Matija Spoljaric (Ioannis Kosti 70), Renato Margaça - Pieros Sotiriou, Giorgos Efraim [c]. Notes: On 20th May 2019 Stephen Clarke was appointed as Scotland national team head coach. During his international playing career he won six caps for Scotland between 1987-1994.
(Match 772) 11th June 2019 (2020 European Championship Qualifying Group I) BELGIUM - SCOTLAND 3-0 (1-0) Referee: Petr Ardeleanu (Czech Republic) Crowd: 32.482, Stade Roi Baudouin, Brussels Goals: 1-0 Lukaku (45+1), 2-0 Lukaku (57), 3-0 De Bruyne (90+2) BELGIUM: (Coach: Roberto Martinez) Thibaut Courtois - Toby Alderweireld, Vincent Kompany (Thomas Vermaelen 90), Jan Vertonghen - Thomas Meunier, Axel Witsel, Youri Tielemans (Dries Mertens 78), Thorgan Hazard (Yannick Carrasco 90) - Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard [c]. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/2) David Marshall (29/Hull City) - Stephen O'Donnell (9/Kilmarnock) Charles Mulgrew [c] (41/Blackburn Rovers) Scott McKenna (12/Aberdeen) Greg Taylor (1/Kilmarnock) - Johnathon Russell (12/Sporting Kansas City) Scott McTominay (9/Manchester United) Kenneth McLean (8/Norwich City) Callum McGregor (13/Celtic) - Oliver Burke (8/Celtic) Stuart Armstrong (15/Southampton) Subs: Ryan Fraser (9/Bournemouth) for Stuart Armstrong (32) James Forrest (30/Celtic) for Johnathon Russell (67)
(Match 773) 6th September 2019 (2020 European Championship Qualifying Group I) SCOTLAND - RUSSIA 1-2 (1-1) Referee: Anastasios Sidiropoulos (Greece) Crowd: 32.432, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McGinn (11), 1-1 Dzyuba (40), 1-2 O'Donnell (59) own goal SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/3) David Marshall (30/Wigan Athletic) - Stephen O'Donnell (10/Kilmarnock) Charles Mulgrew (42/Wigan Athletic) Liam Cooper (1/Leeds United) Andrew Robertson [c] (31/Liverpool) - John McGinn (16/Aston Villa) Callum McGregor (14/Celtic) Scott McTominay (10/Manchester United) - James Forrest (31/Celtic) Oliver McBurnie (8/Sheffield United) Ryan Fraser (10/Bournemouth) Subs: Kenneth McLean (9/Norwich City) for James Forrest (62) Ryan Christie (6/Celtic) for John McGinn (62) Matthew Phillips (15/West Bromwich Albion) for Scott McTominay (78) RUSSIA: (Coach: Stanislav Cherchesov) Guilherme Marinato "Guilherme" - Mario Fernandes, Andrey Semenov, Georgiy Dzhikiya, Fedor Kudryashov - Magomed Ozdoev, Roman Zobnin (Dmitriy Barinov 66) - Aleksey Ionov (Aleksandr Erokhin 80), Aleksandr Golovin (Ilzat Akhmetov 89), Yuriy Zhirkov - Artem Dzyuba [c]. Notes: On 8th August 2019 Charles Mulgrew (Blackburn Rovers) was loaned to Wigan Athletic until 31st May 2020.
(Match 774) 9th September 2019 (2020 European Championship Qualifying Group I) SCOTLAND - BELGIUM 0-4 (0-3) Referee: Pawel Gil (Poland) Crowd: 25.524, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Lukaku (9), 0-2 Vermaelen (24), 0-3 Alderweireld (32), 0-4 De Bruyne (82) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/4) David Marshall (31/Wigan Athletic) - Stephen O'Donnell (11/Kilmarnock) Charles Mulgrew (43/Wigan Athletic) Liam Cooper (2/Leeds United) Andrew Robertson [c] (32/Liverpool) - Robert Snodgrass (27/West Ham United) Kenneth McLean (10/Norwich City) Scott McTominay (11/Manchester United) Callum McGregor (15/Celtic) - Ryan Christie (7/Celtic) Matthew Phillips (16/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Stuart Armstrong (16/Southampton) for Callum McGregor (68) Johnathon Russell (13/Sporting Kansas City) for Matthew Phillips (77) John McGinn (17/Aston Villa) for Ryan Christie (86) BELGIUM: (Coach: Roberto Martinez) Thibaut Courtois - Toby Alderweireld, Thomas Vermaelen, Jan Vertonghen - Thomas Meunier (Benito Raman 90), Leander Dendoncker, Youri Tielemans (Yari Verschaeren 86), Nacer Chadli (Yannick Carrasco 77) - Kevin De Bruyne [c], Dries Mertens - Romelu Lukaku.
(Match 775) 10th October 2019 (2020 European Championship Qualifying Group I) RUSSIA - SCOTLAND 4-0 (0-0) Referee: Jakob Kehlet (Denmark) Crowd: 65.703, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow Goals: 1-0 Dzyuba (57), 2-0 Ozdoev (60), 3-0 Dzyuba (70), 4-0 Golovin (84) RUSSIA: (Coach: Stanislav Cherchesov) Guilherme Marinato "Guilherme" - Mario Fernandes, Andrey Semenov, Georgiy Dzhikiya, Fedor Kudryashov - Magomed Ozdoev, Dmitriy Barinov - Aleksey Ionov (Ilzat Akhmetov 79), Aleksandr Golovin, Yuriy Zhirkov (Denis Cheryshev 66) - Artem Dzyuba [c] (Nikolay Komlichenko 86). SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/5) David Marshall (32/Wigan Athletic) - Liam Palmer (2/Sheffield Wednesday) Michael Devlin (1/Aberdeen) Charles Mulgrew (44/Wigan Athletic) Andrew Robertson [c] (33/Liverpool) - Callum McGregor (16/Celtic) John Fleck (1/Sheffield United) - Ryan Fraser (11/Bournemouth) John McGinn (18/Aston Villa) Robert Snodgrass (28/West Ham United) - Oliver Burke (9/Deportivo Alaves) Subs: Lawrence Shankland (1/Dundee United) for Oliver Burke (HT) Ryan Christie (8/Celtic) for Ryan Fraser (68) Stuart Armstrong (17/Southampton) for John Fleck (81) Notes: On 30th August 2019 Oliver Burke (West Bromwich Albion) joined Deportivo Alaves on loan until 30th June 2020.
(Match 776) 13th October 2019 (2020 European Championship Qualifying Group I) SCOTLAND - SAN MARINO 6-0 (3-0) Referee: Jerome Brisard (France) Crowd: 20.699, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McGinn (12), 2-0 McGinn (27), 3-0 McGinn (45+1), 4-0 Shankland (65), 5-0 Findlay (67), 6-0 Armstrong (87) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/6) Jonathan McLaughlin (2/Sunderland) - Liam Palmer (3/Sheffield Wednesday) Michael Devlin (2/Aberdeen) Stuart Findlay (1/Kilmarnock) Andrew Robertson [c] (34/Liverpool) - Scott McTominay (12/Manchester United) Callum McGregor (17/Celtic) - Ryan Christie (9/Celtic) John McGinn (19/Aston Villa) James Forrest (32/Celtic) - Lawrence Shankland (2/Dundee United) Subs: Johnathon Russell (14/Sporting Kansas City) for Callum McGregor (70) Stuart Armstrong (18/Southampton) for John McGinn (70) SAN MARINO: (Coach: Franco Varrella) Aldo Simoncini - Manuel Battistini, Luca Censoni, Cristian Brolli, Alessandro D'Addario (Andrea Grandoni HT) - Marcello Mularoni, Alessandro Golinucci - Alex Gasperoni [c], Filippo Berardi (Luca Ceccaroli 80), Mattia Giardi (Adolfo Hirsch HT) - Nicola Nanni.
(Match 777) 16th November 2019 (2020 European Championship Qualifying Group I) CYPRUS - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-1) Referee: Harald Lechner (Austria) Crowd: 7.595, Neo Stadio Gymnastikou Syllogou "Ta Pankypria" (New GSP Stadium), Strovolos Goals: 0-1 Christie (12), 1-1 Efraim (47), 1-2 McGinn (53) CYPRUS: (Coach: Ran Ben Shimon) Urko Pardo - Jason Dimitriou, Andreas Karo (Grigoris Kastanos 42), Giorgos Merkis [c], Ioannis Kousoulos, Nikolas Ioannou - Fotis Papoulis, Charalampos Kyriakou (Dimitris Theodorou 77), Ioannis Kosti, Giorgos Efraim (Matija Spoljaric 74) - Pieros Sotiriou. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/7) David Marshall (33/Wigan Athletic) - Liam Palmer (4/Sheffield Wednesday) Declan Gallagher (1/Motherwell) Scott McKenna (13/Aberdeen) Greg Taylor (2/Celtic) - Ryan Christie (10/Celtic) Ryan Jack (3/Rangers) Callum McGregor (18/Celtic) James Forrest (33/Celtic) - John McGinn (20/Aston Villa) - Steven Naismith [c] (50/Heart of Midlothian) Subs: Oliver McBurnie (9/Sheffield United) for Steven Naismith (62) Oliver Burke (10/Deportivo Alaves) for James Forrest (72) Michael Devlin (3/Aberdeen) for Ryan Christie (90+2) Notes: Steven Naismith became the 32nd player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 778) 19th November 2019 (2020 European Championship Qualifying Group I) SCOTLAND - KAZAKHSTAN 3-1 (0-1) Referee: Bas Nijhuis (Netherlands) Crowd: 19.515, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Zainutdinov (34), 1-1 McGinn (48), 2-1 Naismith (64), 3-1 McGinn (90+1) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/8) David Marshall (34/Wigan Athletic) - Liam Palmer (5/Sheffield Wednesday) Declan Gallagher (2/Motherwell) Scott McKenna (14/Aberdeen) Greg Taylor (3/Celtic) - Ryan Jack (4/Rangers) Callum McGregor (19/Celtic) - Ryan Christie (11/Celtic) John McGinn (21/Aston Villa) James Forrest (34/Celtic) - Steven Naismith [c] (51/Heart of Midlothian) Subs: Oliver Burke (11/Deportivo Alaves) for Steven Naismith (77) John Fleck (2/Sheffield United) for Ryan Christie (83) Stuart Armstrong (19/Southampton) for John McGinn (90+1) KAZAKHSTAN: (Coach: Michal Bilek) Dmytro Nepohodov - Aleksandr Marochkin, Serhiy Malyi, Yuriy Logvinenko - Gafurzhan Suyumbaev, Yuriy Pertsukh (Islambek Kuat 74), Aybol Abiken, Dmitriy Shomko - Baktiyar Zainutdinov, Bauyrzhan Islamkhan [c] (Maksim Fedin 74) - Aleksey Shchetkin (Abat Aymbetov 83). Notes: Scotland failed to qualify for the 2020 European Championship Finals. However, having won their UEFA Nations League group in 2018, they obtained a play-off place which gave them a semi-final v Israel at Hampden Park in March 2020. The winner will play away to Norway or Serbia for a place in the Finals.
(Match 779) 4th September 2020 (2020-21 UEFA Nations League, League B, Group 2) SCOTLAND - ISRAEL 1-1 (1-0) Referee: Slavko Vincic (Slovenia) Crowd: "Behind closed doors", Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Christie (45) penalty, 1-1 Zahavi (73) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/9) David Marshall (35/Derby County) - Scott McTominay (13/Manchester United) Scott McKenna (15/Aberdeen) Kieran Tierney (13/Arsenal) - James Forrest (35/Celtic) Ryan Jack (5/Rangers) Callum McGregor (20/Celtic) Andrew Robertson [c] (35/Liverpool) - John McGinn (22/Aston Villa) Lyndon Dykes (1/Queens Park Rangers) Ryan Christie (12/Celtic) Subs: Oliver Burke (12/West Bromwich Albion) for Lyndon Dykes (74) Stuart Armstrong (20/Southampton) for John McGinn (79) ISRAEL: (Coach: Willibald Ruttensteiner) Ofir Marciano - Eli Dasa, Nir Bitton, Eitan Tibi, Hatem Abd Elhamed, Taleb Tawatha - Dor Peretz (Yonatan Cohen 72), Bibras Natcho [c], Manor Solomon (Dan Glazer 90) - Eran Zahavi, Munas Dabbur (Shon Weissman 79). Notes: This match, along with others at the start of the 2020-21 UEFA Nations League, was played "behind closed doors", i.e. no spectators were allowed to attend because of the risk of contracting coronavirus. See the notes on the overview page of "Scotland - International Results" at point 14.
(Match 780) 7th September 2020 (2020-21 UEFA Nations League, League B, Group 2) CZECH REPUBLIC - SCOTLAND 1-2 (1-1) Referee: Serdar Gozubuyuk (Netherlands) Crowd: "Behind closed doors", Andruv stadion, Olomouc Goals: 1-0 Pesek (12), 1-1 Dykes (27), 1-2 Christie (52) penalty CZECH REPUBLIC: (Coach in charge: David Holoubek) Ales Mandous - Tomas Holes, Roman Hubnik [c], Vaclav Jemelka, Jaroslav Zeleny - Adam Janos, Marek Havlik (Antonin Rusek 81) - Tomas Malinsky, Lukas Budinsky (Radim Breite 55), Jakub Pesek (Roman Potocny 76) - Stanislav Tecl. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/10) David Marshall (36/Derby County) - Scott McTominay (14/Manchester United) Scott McKenna (16/Aberdeen) Liam Cooper (3/Leeds United) - Kenneth McLean (11/Norwich City) - Liam Palmer (6/Sheffield Wednesday) Stuart Armstrong (21/Southampton) John Fleck (3/Sheffield United) Andrew Robertson [c] (36/Liverpool) - Lyndon Dykes (2/Queens Park Rangers) Ryan Christie (13/Celtic) Subs: Callum Paterson (13/Cardiff City) for Lyndon Dykes (67) John McGinn (23/Aston Villa) for John Fleck (71) Callum McGregor (21/Celtic) for Stuart Armstrong (80) Notes: Scotland faced a completely changed Czech Republic national team. A couple of days before the match all previously called up Czech players, manager (Jaroslav Silhavy) and the coaching staff were placed in quarantine due to some positive Covid-19 tests. UEFA decided the game would go ahead as planned, despite the request for a postponement by the Czech FA. A new 24-man squad was named and David Holoubek, the U-18 Czech Republic team coach, took charge.
(Match 781) 8th October 2020 (2020 European Championship Qualifying, Play-off, Semi-final) SCOTLAND - ISRAEL 0-0 - (0-0 after extra-time), (5-3 penalty shoot-out), (5-3 on aggregate) Referee: Ovidiu Hategan (Romania) Crowd: "Behind closed doors", Hampden Park, Glasgow Penalties: 1-0 McGinn (Sco) goal 1-0 Zahavi (Isr) saved 2-0 McGregor (Sco) goal 2-1 Bitton (Isr) goal 3-1 McTominay (Sco) goal 3-2 Weissman (Isr) goal 4-2 Shankland (Sco) goal 4-3 Abu Fani (Isr) goal 5-3 McLean (Sco) goal SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/11) David Marshall (37/Derby County) - Scott McTominay (15/Manchester United) Declan Gallagher (3/Motherwell) Liam Cooper (4/Leeds United) - Stephen O'Donnell (12/Motherwell) Ryan Jack (6/Rangers) Callum McGregor (22/Celtic) Andrew Robertson [c] (37/Liverpool) - John McGinn (24/Aston Villa) - Lyndon Dykes (3/Queens Park Rangers) Oliver McBurnie (10/Sheffield United) Subs: Lawrence Shankland (3/Dundee United) for Oliver McBurnie (73) Ryan Fraser (12/Newcastle United) for Ryan Jack (83) Callum Paterson (14/Sheffield Wednesday) for Lyndon Dykes (FT) Kenneth McLean (12/Norwich City) for Stephen O'Donnell (113) ISRAEL: (Coach: Willibald Ruttensteiner) Ofir Marciano - Eli Dasa, Nir Bitton, Eitan Tibi, Sheran Yeini, Hatem Abd Elhamed - Eyal Golasa (Ilay Elmkies 100), Bibras Natcho [c] (Mohammad Abu Fani 69), Manor Solomon - Munas Dabbur (Shon Weissman 83), Eran Zahavi. Notes: This match was scheduled to be played on 26th March 2020. It was postponed twice due to the Covid-19 pandemic. First until June, then until it was finally played on 8th October 2020. With a heavily increased schedule following football's resumption after the first wave of Covid-19, IFAB temporarily authorised the use of up to five substitutions per match. On 24th September 2020 UEFA confirmed that national teams could benefit from the new arrangement for the end of the Nations League campaign and Euro 2020 play-offs. This was the first time Scotland used more than three substitutes in a competitive international match.
(Match 782) 11th October 2020 (2020-21 UEFA Nations League, League B, Group 2) SCOTLAND - SLOVAKIA 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Davide Massa (Italy) Crowd: "Behind closed doors", Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Dykes (54) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/12) David Marshall (38/Derby County) - Scott McTominay (16/Manchester United) Declan Gallagher (4/Motherwell) Andrew Considine (1/Aberdeen) - Stephen O'Donnell (13/Motherwell) John Fleck (4/Sheffield United) John McGinn (25/Aston Villa) Kenneth McLean (13/Norwich City) Andrew Robertson [c] (38/Liverpool) - Lyndon Dykes (4/Queens Park Rangers) Ryan Fraser (13/Newcastle United) Subs: Oliver McBurnie (11/Sheffield United) for Lyndon Dykes (72) Callum McGregor (23/Celtic) for John Fleck (72) Callum Paterson (15/Sheffield Wednesday) for Ryan Fraser (85) Ryan Jack (7/Rangers) for John McGinn (89) SLOVAKIA: (Coach: Pavel Hapal) Dusan Kuciak – Martin Koscelnik, Branislav Ninaj, Martin Valjent, Jakub Holubek – Matus Bero (Ondrej Duda 22), Jan Gregus, Marek Hamsik [c] (Juraj Kucka 62) – Ivan Schranz (Robert Mak 62), Robert Bozenik (Pavol Safranko 76), Lukas Haraslin (Albert Rusnak 76).
(Match 783) 14th October 2020 (2020-21 UEFA Nations League, League B, Group 2) SCOTLAND - CZECH REPUBLIC 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Felix Zwayer (Germany) Crowd: "Behind closed doors", Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Fraser (6) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/13) David Marshall (39/Derby County) - Scott McTominay (17/Manchester United) Declan Gallagher (5/Motherwell) Andrew Considine (2/Aberdeen) - Stephen O'Donnell (14/Motherwell) Ryan Jack (8/Rangers) Callum McGregor (24/Celtic) Greg Taylor (4/Celtic) - John McGinn [c] (26/Aston Villa) - Lyndon Dykes (5/Queens Park Rangers) Ryan Fraser (14/Newcastle United) Subs: Oliver McBurnie (12/Sheffield United) for Lyndon Dykes (65) Kenneth McLean (14/Norwich City) for Ryan Fraser (70) Paul Hanlon (1/Hibernian) for Greg Taylor (79) Callum Paterson (16/Sheffield Wednesday) for John McGinn (79) CZECH REPUBLIC: (Coach in charge: Jiri Chytry) Tomas Vaclik - Vladimir Coufal, Ondrej Celustka (David Hovorka 20), Ondrej Kudela, Jan Boril - Tomas Soucek, Alex Kral (Pavel Kaderabek 77) - Lukas Masopust (Tomas Poznar 65), Vladimir Darida [c], Lukas Provod (Petr Sevcik 65) - Matej Vydra (Michael Rabusic 77). Notes: Assistant coach Jiri Chytry led the Czech Republic national team as once again (see Match 780) manager Jaroslav Silhavy could not attend the match against Scotland after testing positive for Covid-19.
(Match 784) 12th November 2020 (2020 European Championship Qualifying, Play-off, Final) SERBIA - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-0) - (1-1 after extra-time), (4-5 penalty shoot-out), (5-6 on aggregate) Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Spain) Crowd: "Behind closed doors", Stadion Rajko Mitic, Belgrade Goals: 0-1 Christie (52), 1-1 Jovic (90) Penalties: 0-1 Griffiths (Sco) goal 1-1 Tadic (Srb) goal 1-2 McGregor (Sco) goal 2-2 Jovic (Srb) goal 2-3 McTominay (Sco) goal 3-3 Gudelj (Srb) goal 3-4 McBurnie (Sco) goal 4-4 Katai (Srb) goal 4-5 McLean (Sco) goal 4-5 A.Mitrovic (Srb) saved SERBIA: (Coach: Ljubisa Tumbakovic) Predrag Rajkovic - Nikola Milenkovic, Stefan Mitrovic (Uros Spajic 108), Nemanja Gudelj - Darko Lazovic, Nemanja Maksimovic (Luka Jovic 70), Sasa Lukic, Filip Kostic (Filip Mladenovic 59) - Dusan Tadic [c], Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Aleksandar Katai 70) - Aleksandar Mitrovic. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/14) David Marshall (40/Derby County) - Scott McTominay (18/Manchester United) Declan Gallagher (6/Motherwell) Kieran Tierney (14/Arsenal) - Stephen O'Donnell (15/Motherwell) Ryan Jack (9/Rangers) Callum McGregor (25/Celtic) Andrew Robertson [c] (39/Liverpool) - John McGinn (27/Aston Villa) - Lyndon Dykes (6/Queens Park Rangers) Ryan Christie (14/Celtic) Subs: Oliver McBurnie (13/Sheffield United) for Lyndon Dykes (82) Kenneth McLean (15/Norwich City) for John McGinn (82) Callum Paterson (17/Sheffield Wednesday) for Ryan Christie (87) Leigh Griffiths (20/Celtic) for Stephen O'Donnell (116) Notes: Scotland's penalty shoot-out win over Serbia secured qualification to the European Championship Finals (Euro 2020) by the UEFA Nations League pathway (see notes in Match 764 & 778). The Finals were re-scheduled to be played in June/July 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Scotland qualified for their first major finals tournament since the 1998 World Cup.
(Match 785) 15th November 2020 (2020-21 UEFA Nations League, League B, Group 2) SLOVAKIA - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Istvan Kovacs (Romania) Crowd: "Behind closed doors", Stadion Antona Malatinskeho, Trnava Goal: 1-0 Gregus (32) SLOVAKIA: (Coach: Stefan Tarkovic) Marek Rodak - Peter Pekarik, Lubomir Satka, Milan Skriniar, Robert Mazan - Patrik Hrosovsky - Juraj Kucka (Stanislav Lobotka 61), Ondrej Duda, Marek Hamsik [c] (Albert Rusnak 68), Jan Gregus - Michal Duris (Pavol Safranko 90+3). SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/15) Craig Gordon (55/Heart of Midlothian) - Andrew Considine (3/Aberdeen) Scott McKenna (17/Nottingham Forest) Liam Cooper (5/Leeds United) - Liam Palmer (7/Sheffield Wednesday) John McGinn [c] (28/Aston Villa) Kenneth McLean (16/Norwich City) Kieran Tierney (15/Arsenal) - Stuart Armstrong (22/Southampton) - Ryan Christie (15/Celtic) Oliver McBurnie (14/Sheffield United) Subs: Leigh Griffiths (21/Celtic) for Andrew Considine (68) Lawrence Shankland (4/Dundee United) for Stuart Armstrong (87)
(Match 786) 18th November 2020 (2020-21 UEFA Nations League, League B, Group 2) ISRAEL - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Pawel Raczkowski (Poland) Crowd: "Behind closed doors", Netanya Stadium, Netanya Goal: 1-0 Solomon (44) ISRAEL: (Coach: Willibald Ruttensteiner) Ofir Marciano - Eli Dasa, Nir Bitton, Eitan Tibi, Sheran Yeini (Orel Dgani 78), Sun Menachem - Bibras Natcho [c] (Eyal Golasa 62), Neta Lavi (Mohammad Abu Fani 78), Manor Solomon (Yonatan Cohen 84) - Shon Weissman, Eran Zahavi. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/16) David Marshall (41/Derby County) - Stephen O'Donnell (16/Motherwell) Scott McTominay (19/Manchester United) Declan Gallagher (7/Motherwell) Kieran Tierney (16/Arsenal) Andrew Robertson [c] (40/Liverpool) - John McGinn (29/Aston Villa) Ryan Jack (10/Rangers) Callum McGregor (26/Celtic) - Lyndon Dykes (7/Queens Park Rangers) Ryan Christie (16/Celtic) Subs: Oliver McBurnie (15/Sheffield United) for Lyndon Dykes (61) Leigh Griffiths (22/Celtic) for John McGinn (61) Scott McKenna (18/Nottingham Forest) for Declan Gallagher (73) Oliver Burke (13/Sheffield United) for Stephen O'Donnell (73) Kenneth McLean (17/Norwich City) for Callum McGregor (82) Notes: As group runners-up, Scotland failed to gain promotion to League A in the 2022-23 Nations League.


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