Scotland International Matches 2021-2022


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Details 2016-2020

(Match 787)  25th March 2021  (2022 World Cup Qualifying Group F)
SCOTLAND - AUSTRIA  2-2  (0-0)
Referee:   Carlos del Cerro Grande (Spain)
Crowd:     "Behind closed doors", Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goals:     0-1 Kalajdzic (55), 1-1 Hanley (71), 1-2 Kalajdzic (80), 2-2 McGinn (85)
SCOTLAND:  (Head coach:  Stephen Clarke/17)
David Marshall                       (42/Derby County) -
Jack Hendry                          (4/KV Oostende)
Grant Hanley                         (30/Norwich City)
Kieran Tierney                       (17/Arsenal) -
Stephen O'Donnell                    (17/Motherwell)
Scott McTominay                      (20/Manchester United)
John McGinn                          (30/Aston Villa)
Andrew Robertson [c]                 (41/Liverpool) -
Ryan Christie                        (17/Celtic)
Stuart Armstrong                     (23/Southampton) -
Lyndon Dykes                         (8/Queens Park Rangers)

Subs:
Ché Adams                            (1/Southampton)    for Stuart Armstrong (66)
Callum McGregor                      (27/Celtic)        for Lyndon Dykes     (78)
Kenneth McLean                       (18/Norwich City)  for Ryan Christie    (88)
 
AUSTRIA:  (Coach:  Franco Foda)
Alexander Schlager - Stefan Lainer, Aleksandar Dragovic, Philipp Lienhart, 
David Alaba [c] - Christoph Baumgartner, Florian Grillitsch, Stefan Ilsanker, 
Xaver Schlager - Sasa Kalajdzic, Adrian Grbic (Louis Schaub 68).

Notes:  On 14th July 2020 Jack Hendry (Celtic) joined KV Oostende on loan 
        until 30th June 2021.  
        On 15th December 2020 IFAB approved extension of the temporary use 
        of up to five substitutes in top-level competitions for international 
        tournaments ending by 31st July 2022.  
        

(Match 788) 28th March 2021 (2022 World Cup Qualifying Group F) ISRAEL - SCOTLAND 1-1 (1-0) Referee: Deniz Aytekin (Germany) Crowd: 5.000, Bloomfield Stadium, Tel Aviv-Jaffa Goals: 1-0 Peretz (44), 1-1 Fraser (56) ISRAEL: (Coach: Willibald Ruttensteiner) Ofir Marciano - Hatem Abd Elhamed, Eitan Tibi, Ofri Arad - Eli Dasa, Bibras Natcho [c] (Neta Lavi 63), Dor Peretz, Sun Menachem (Beram Kayal 79) - Manor Solomon - Shon Weissman (Munas Dabbur 74), Eran Zahavi. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/18) David Marshall (43/Derby County) - Jack Hendry (5/KV Oostende) Grant Hanley (31/Norwich City) Kieran Tierney (18/Arsenal) - Stephen O'Donnell (18/Motherwell) Scott McTominay (21/Manchester United) Callum McGregor (28/Celtic) Andrew Robertson [c] (42/Liverpool) - John McGinn (31/Aston Villa) Ryan Fraser (15/Newcastle United) - Ché Adams (2/Southampton) Subs: Ryan Christie (18/Celtic) for Jack Hendry (HT) Kenneth McLean (19/Norwich City) for John McGinn (74) Lyndon Dykes (9/Queens Park Rangers) for Ché Adams (75) Stuart Armstrong (24/Southampton) for Ryan Fraser (86)
(Match 789) 31st March 2021 (2022 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SCOTLAND - FAROE ISLANDS 4-0 (1-0) Referee: Trustin Farrugia Cann (Malta) Crowd: "Behind closed doors", Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McGinn (7), 2-0 McGinn (53), 3-0 Adams (60), 4-0 Fraser (70) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/19) Craig Gordon (56/Heart of Midlothian) - Scott McTominay (22/Manchester United) Grant Hanley (32/Norwich City) Kieran Tierney (19/Arsenal) - Ryan Fraser (16/Newcastle United) John McGinn (32/Aston Villa) Kenneth McLean (20/Norwich City) Callum McGregor (29/Celtic) Andrew Robertson [c] (43/Liverpool) - Ché Adams (3/Southampton) Lyndon Dykes (10/Queens Park Rangers) Subs: Kevin Nisbet (1/Hibernian) for Lyndon Dykes (68) Oliver McBurnie (16/Sheffield United) for Ché Adams (73) John Fleck (5/Sheffield United) for Callum McGregor (73) Scott McKenna (19/Nottingham Forest) for Kieran Tierney (79) Liam Palmer (8/Sheffield Wednesday) for Ryan Fraser (79) FAROE ISLANDS: (Coach: Hakan Ericson) Gunnar Nielsen - Gilli Rolantsson, Gunnar Vatnhamar, Sonni Nattestad (Rogvi Baldvinsson 76), Viljormur Davidsen - Solvi Vatnhamar (Patrik Johannesen 69), Hallur Hansson [c], Jakup Andreasen (Klaemint Olsen 69), Brandur Hendriksson - Joan Simun Edmundsson (Heini Vatnsdal 76), Meinhard Olsen (Ari Jonsson 58).
(Match 790) 2nd June 2021 (Friendly match) NETHERLANDS - SCOTLAND 2-2 (1-1) Referee: Vitor Ferreira (Portugal) Crowd: "Behind closed doors", Estadio Algarve, Loulé Goals: 0-1 Hendry (11), 1-1 Depay (17), 1-2 Nisbet (64), 2-2 Depay (89) NETHERLANDS: (Coach: Frank de Boer) Tim Krul - Denzel Dumfries, Jurrien Timber (Steven Berghuis 69), Stefan de Vrij (Luuk de Jong 85), Matthijs de Ligt, Owen Wijndal (Patrick van Aanholt 69) - Georginio Wijnaldum [c] (Ryan Gravenberch 31), Marten de Roon, Frenkie de Jong (Davy Klaassen 31) - Wout Weghorst (Quincy Promes 69), Memphis Depay. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/20) Craig Gordon (57/Heart of Midlothian) - Jack Hendry (6/KV Oostende) Liam Cooper (6/Leeds United) Kieran Tierney (20/Arsenal) - James Forrest (36/Celtic) David Turnbull (1/Celtic) Callum McGregor (30/Celtic) Stuart Armstrong (25/Southampton) Andrew Robertson [c] (44/Liverpool) - Ryan Christie (19/Celtic) Lyndon Dykes (11/Queens Park Rangers) Subs: Kevin Nisbet (2/Hibernian) for Lyndon Dykes (61) Ryan Fraser (17/Newcastle United) for James Forrest (61) Declan Gallagher (8/Motherwell) for Liam Cooper (62) Greg Taylor (5/Celtic) for Andrew Robertson (69) Scott McKenna (20/Nottingham Forest) for Kieran Tierney (69) Billy Gilmour (1/Chelsea) for David Turnbull (81) Notes: Substitution rules during the pandemic remained unchanged for friendlies with up to six permitted per match.
(Match 791) 6th June 2021 (Friendly match) LUXEMBOURG - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Eldorjan Hamiti (Albania) Crowd: 1.000, Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg City Goal: 0-1 Adams (27) LUXEMBOURG: (Coach: Luc Holtz) Anthony Moris - Laurent Jans [c], Enes Mahmutovic, Vahid Selimovic, Dirk Carlson, Michael Pinto - Danel Sinani (Olivier Thill 71), Aldin Skenderovic (Daniel da Mota 84), Sebastien Thill (Marvin Martins 84) - Maurice Deville (Florian Bohnert 64), Gerson Rodrigues. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/21) David Marshall (44/Derby County) - Grant Hanley (33/Norwich City) Declan Gallagher (9/Motherwell) Kieran Tierney (21/Arsenal) - Stephen O'Donnell (19/Motherwell) John McGinn (33/Aston Villa) Callum McGregor (31/Celtic) Scott McTominay (23/Manchester United) Andrew Robertson [c] (45/Liverpool) - Lyndon Dykes (12/Queens Park Rangers) Ché Adams (4/Southampton) Subs: Scott McKenna (21/Nottingham Forest) for Declan Gallagher (HT) Billy Gilmour (2/Chelsea) for Callum McGregor (HT) Ryan Fraser (18/Newcastle United) for Andrew Robertson (64) Nathan Patterson (1/Rangers) for Stephen O'Donnell (64) James Forrest (37/Celtic) for Billy Gilmour (76) Kevin Nisbet (3/Hibernian) for Lyndon Dykes (82) Notes: Vahid Selimovic was sent off after 35 minutes.
(Match 792) 14th June 2021 (2020 European Championship Finals, 1st Round, Group D) SCOTLAND - CZECH REPUBLIC 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Daniel Siebert (Germany) Crowd: 9.847, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Schick (42), 0-2 Schick (52) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/22) David Marshall (45/Derby County) - Jack Hendry (7/KV Oostende) Grant Hanley (34/Norwich City) Liam Cooper (7/Leeds United) - Stephen O'Donnell (20/Motherwell) John McGinn (34/Aston Villa) Scott McTominay (24/Manchester United) Stuart Armstrong (26/Southampton) Andrew Robertson [c] (46/Liverpool) - Lyndon Dykes (13/Queens Park Rangers) Ryan Christie (20/Celtic) Subs: Ché Adams (5/Southampton) for Ryan Christie (HT) Callum McGregor (32/Celtic) for Jack Hendry (67) Ryan Fraser (19/Newcastle United) for Stuart Armstrong (67) James Forrest (38/Celtic) for Stephen O'Donnell (79) Kevin Nisbet (4/Hibernian) for Lyndon Dykes (79) CZECH REPUBLIC: (Manager: Jaroslav Silhavy) Tomas Vaclik - Vladimir Coufal, Ondrej Celustka, Tomas Kalas, Jan Boril - Alex Kral (Tomas Holes 67), Tomas Soucek - Lukas Masopust (Matej Vydra 72), Vladimir Darida [c] (Petr Sevcik 87), Jakub Jankto (Adam Hlozek 72) - Patrik Schick (Michael Krmencik 87). Notes: UEFA decided to keep the title and branding "Euro 2020" for the finals of the tournament, although they have been postponed to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. On this, the 60th anniversary of the European Championships, the finals did not take place in a host country or countries but in 11 cities throughout Europe.
(Match 793) 18th June 2021 (2020 European Championship Finals, 1st Round, Group D) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Spain) Crowd: 20.306, Wembley Stadium, London ENGLAND: (Manager: Gareth Southgate) Jordan Pickford - Reece James, John Stones, Tyrone Mings, Luke Shaw - Kalvin Phillips, Declan Rice, Mason Mount - Phil Foden (Jack Grealish 63), Harry Kane [c] (Marcus Rashford 74), Raheem Sterling. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/23) David Marshall (46/Derby County) - Scott McTominay (25/Manchester United) Grant Hanley (35/Norwich City) Kieran Tierney (22/Arsenal) - Stephen O'Donnell (21/Motherwell) Billy Gilmour (3/Chelsea) Callum McGregor (33/Celtic) Andrew Robertson [c] (47/Liverpool) - John McGinn (35/Aston Villa) - Ché Adams (6/Southampton) Lyndon Dykes (14/Queens Park Rangers) Subs: Stuart Armstrong (27/Southampton) for Billy Gilmour (76) Kevin Nisbet (5/Hibernian) for Ché Adams (86)
(Match 794) 22nd June 2021 (2020 European Championship Finals, 1st Round, Group D) CROATIA - SCOTLAND 3-1 (1-1) Referee: Fernando Rapallini (Argentina) Crowd: 9.896, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Vlasic (17), 1-1 McGregor (42), 2-1 Modric (62), 3-1 Perisic (77) CROATIA: (Head coach: Zlatko Dalic) Dominik Livakovic - Josip Juranovic, Dejan Lovren, Domagoj Vida, Josko Gvardiol (Borna Barisic 70) - Luka Modric [c], Marcelo Brozovic, Mateo Kovacic - Nikola Vlasic (Luka Ivanusec 76), Bruno Petkovic (Andrej Kramaric 70), Ivan Perisic (Ante Rebic 81). SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/24) David Marshall (47/Derby County) - Scott McTominay (26/Manchester United) Grant Hanley (36/Norwich City) Kieran Tierney (23/Arsenal) - Stephen O'Donnell (22/Motherwell) John McGinn (36/Aston Villa) Callum McGregor (34/Celtic) Stuart Armstrong (28/Southampton) Andrew Robertson [c] (48/Liverpool) - Lyndon Dykes (15/Queens Park Rangers) Ché Adams (7/Southampton) Subs: Scott McKenna (22/Nottingham Forest) for Grant Hanley (33) Ryan Fraser (20/Newcastle United) for Stuart Armstrong (70) Kevin Nisbet (6/Hibernian) for Ché Adams (84) Nathan Patterson (2/Rangers) for Stephen O'Donnell (84) Notes: Scotland were knocked out after the 1st round. Italy won the European Championship.
(Match 795) 1st September 2021 (2022 World Cup Qualifying Group F) DENMARK - SCOTLAND 2-0 (2-0) Referee: Ovidiu Hategan (Romania) Crowd: 34.562, Parken, Copenhagen Goals: 1-0 Wass (14), 2-0 Maehle (15) DENMARK: (Coach: Kasper Hjulmand) Kasper Schmeichel - Daniel Wass (Jens Stryger 85), Joachim Andersen, Simon Kjaer [c], Andreas Christensen, Joakim Maehle - Andreas Olsen (Mohamed Daramy 85), Pierre Emile Hojbjerg, Thomas Delaney (Christian Norgaard 85), Mikkel Damsgaard (Jesper Lindstrom 90+3) - Yussuf Poulsen (Jonas Wind 68). SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/25) Craig Gordon (58/Heart of Midlothian) - Grant Hanley (37/Norwich City) Liam Cooper (8/Leeds United) Scott McKenna (23/Nottingham Forest) - Andrew Robertson [c] (49/Liverpool) Billy Gilmour (4/Norwich City) Kenneth McLean (21/Norwich City) Callum McGregor (35/Celtic) Kieran Tierney (24/Arsenal) - Ryan Fraser (21/Newcastle United) Ché Adams (8/Southampton) Subs: Lyndon Dykes (16/Queens Park Rangers) for Scott McKenna (HT) Ryan Christie (21/Bournemouth) for Ché Adams (71) David Turnbull (2/Celtic) for Kenneth McLean (85) Lewis Ferguson (1/Aberdeen) for Billy Gilmour (90+1) Notes: On 2nd July 2021 Billy Gilmour (Chelsea) joined Norwich City on loan until 31st May 2022.
(Match 796) 4th September 2021 (2022 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SCOTLAND - MOLDOVA 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Lawrence Visser (Belgium) Crowd: 40.869, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Dykes (14) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/26) Craig Gordon (59/Heart of Midlothian) - Jack Hendry (8/Club Brugge KV) Grant Hanley (38/Norwich City) Kieran Tierney (25/Arsenal) - Nathan Patterson (3/Rangers) Billy Gilmour (5/Norwich City) John McGinn (37/Aston Villa) Andrew Robertson [c] (50/Liverpool) - Ryan Christie (22/Bournemouth) - Lyndon Dykes (17/Queens Park Rangers) Kevin Nisbet (7/Hibernian) Subs: Callum McGregor (36/Celtic) for John McGinn (65) Ché Adams (9/Southampton) for Kevin Nisbet (65) Kenneth McLean (22/Norwich City) for Billy Gilmour (73) Liam Cooper (9/Leeds United) for Andrew Robertson (73) David Turnbull (3/Celtic) for Lyndon Dykes (84) MOLDOVA: (Coach: Roberto Bordin) Cristian Avram - Maxim Potirniche, Vadim Bolohan, Igor Armas [c] - Ion Jardan, Sergiu Platica, Vadim Rata, Artur Ionita (Nicky Clescenco 90+4), Oleg Reabciuk - Mihail Ghecev (Cristian Dros HT), Radu Ginsari (Dan Spataru 88). Notes: Andrew Robertson became the 33rd player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 797) 7th September 2021 (2022 World Cup Qualifying Group F) AUSTRIA - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Georgi Kabakov (Bulgaria) Crowd: 18.800, Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna Goal: 0-1 Dykes (30) penalty AUSTRIA: (Coach: Franco Foda) Daniel Bachmann - Christopher Trimmel, Aleksandar Dragovic, Martin Hinteregger, David Alaba [c] - Stefan Ilsanker (Michael Gregoritsch 56), Florian Grillitsch (Andreas Ulmer 76) - Konrad Laimer (Ercan Kara 88), Louis Schaub (Yusuf Demir 76), Christoph Baumgartner - Marko Arnautovic. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/27) Craig Gordon (60/Heart of Midlothian) - Jack Hendry (9/Club Brugge KV) Grant Hanley (39/Norwich City) Kieran Tierney (26/Arsenal) - Stephen O'Donnell (23/Motherwell) Billy Gilmour (6/Norwich City) Callum McGregor (37/Celtic) Andrew Robertson [c] (51/Liverpool) - John McGinn (38/Aston Villa) - Ché Adams (10/Southampton) Lyndon Dykes (18/Queens Park Rangers) Subs: Ryan Christie (23/Bournemouth) for Lyndon Dykes (71) Paul McGinn (1/Hibernian) for Stephen O'Donnell (76) Kevin Nisbet (8/Hibernian) for Ché Adams (88) Lewis Ferguson (2/Aberdeen) for Billy Gilmour (88) Notes: Paul McGinn is John McGinn's older brother.
(Match 798) 9th October 2021 (2022 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SCOTLAND - ISRAEL 3-2 (1-2) Referee: Szymon Marciniak (Poland) Crowd: 50.585, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Zahavi (5), 1-1 McGinn (29), 1-2 Dabbur (32), 2-2 Dykes (57), 3-2 McTominay (90+4) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/28) Craig Gordon (61/Heart of Midlothian) - Scott McTominay (27/Manchester United) Jack Hendry (10/Club Brugge KV) Kieran Tierney (27/Arsenal) - Nathan Patterson (4/Rangers) John McGinn (39/Aston Villa) Billy Gilmour (7/Norwich City) Callum McGregor (38/Celtic) Andrew Robertson [c] (52/Liverpool) - Ché Adams (11/Southampton) Lyndon Dykes (19/Queens Park Rangers) Subs: Ryan Christie (24/Bournemouth) for Ché Adams (67) Liam Cooper (10/Leeds United) for Billy Gilmour (90+5) ISRAEL: (Coach: Willibald Ruttensteiner) Ofir Marciano - Eyad Abu Abaid, Nir Bitton, Ofri Arad (Gadi Kinda 74) - Eli Dasa, Dor Peretz, Bibras Natcho [c] (Dan Glazer 66), Sun Menachem (Ofir Davidzada 87) - Munas Dabbur (Shon Weissman 66), Manor Solomon - Eran Zahavi. Notes: In the first minute of the first-half stoppage time (45+1) Lyndon Dykes had a penalty kick saved by Ofir Marciano.
(Match 799) 12th October 2021 (2022 World Cup Qualifying Group F) FAROE ISLANDS - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Matej Jug (Slovenia) Crowd: 4.233, Torsvollur, Torshavn Goal: 0-1 Dykes (86) FAROE ISLANDS: (Coach: Hakan Ericson) Teitur Gestsson - Odmar Faero, Heini Vatnsdal (Hordur Askham 58), Sonni Nattestad - Gilli Rolantsson, Gunnar Vatnhamar, Brandur Hendriksson, Viljormur Davidsen (Petur Knudsen 59) - Hallur Hansson [c] (John Frederiksen 90+1), Joan Simun Edmundsson (Klaemint Olsen 90+5), Ari Jonsson. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/29) Craig Gordon (62/Heart of Midlothian) - Jack Hendry (11/Club Brugge KV) Grant Hanley (40/Norwich City) Kieran Tierney (28/Arsenal) - Ryan Fraser (22/Newcastle United) Scott McTominay (28/Manchester United) Billy Gilmour (8/Norwich City) Andrew Robertson [c] (53/Liverpool) - John McGinn (40/Aston Villa) - Ryan Christie (25/Bournemouth) Lyndon Dykes (20/Queens Park Rangers) Subs: Callum McGregor (39/Celtic) for Jack Hendry (68) Nathan Patterson (5/Rangers) for Ryan Fraser (83) Kevin Nisbet (9/Hibernian) for Ryan Christie (83) Liam Cooper (11/Leeds United) for Billy Gilmour (89)
(Match 800) 12th November 2021 (2022 World Cup Qualifying Group F) MOLDOVA - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Srdjan Jovanovic (Serbia) Crowd: 3.642, Stadionul Zimbru, Chisinau Goals: 0-1 Patterson (38), 0-2 Adams (65) MOLDOVA: (Coach: Roberto Bordin) Stanislav Namasco - Ion Jardan, Veaceslav Posmac, Vadim Bolohan (Artiom Rozgoniuc 61) - Ioan-Calin Revenco, Vadim Rata, Cristian Dros (Victor Bogaciuc 61), Artur Ionita [c], Denis Marandici (Marius Iosipoi 71) - Ion Nicolaescu (Artiom Puntus 71), Radu Ginsari (Maxim Cojocaru 61). SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/30) Craig Gordon (63/Heart of Midlothian) - Jack Hendry (12/Club Brugge KV) Liam Cooper (12/Leeds United) Kieran Tierney (29/Arsenal) - Nathan Patterson (6/Rangers) Billy Gilmour (9/Norwich City) Callum McGregor (40/Celtic) Andrew Robertson [c] (54/Liverpool) - John McGinn (41/Aston Villa) Ché Adams (12/Southampton) Stuart Armstrong (29/Southampton) Subs: Kevin Nisbet (10/Hibernian) for Stuart Armstrong (75) Kenneth McLean (23/Norwich City) for Billy Gilmour (85) Jacob Brown (1/Stoke City) for Ché Adams (85) David Turnbull (4/Celtic) for John McGinn (90) Notes: Craig Gordon saved an 82nd minute penalty kick from Vadim Rata.
(Match 801) 15th November 2021 (2022 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SCOTLAND - DENMARK 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Alejandro Hernandez (Spain) Crowd: 49.527, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Souttar (35), 2-0 Adams (86) SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/31) Craig Gordon (64/Heart of Midlothian) - John Souttar (4/Heart of Midlothian) Liam Cooper (13/Leeds United) Kieran Tierney (30/Arsenal) - Stephen O'Donnell (24/Motherwell) Billy Gilmour (10/Norwich City) Callum McGregor (41/Celtic) Andrew Robertson [c] (55/Liverpool) - John McGinn (42/Aston Villa) Ryan Christie (26/Bournemouth) - Ché Adams (13/Southampton) Subs: Kenneth McLean (24/Norwich City) for Billy Gilmour (74) Stuart Armstrong (30/Southampton) for Ryan Christie (79) Scott McKenna (24/Nottingham Forest) for Andrew Robertson (80) Anthony Ralston (1/Celtic) for Kieran Tierney (87) DENMARK: (Coach: Kasper Hjulmand) Kasper Schmeichel - Andreas Christensen, Simon Kjaer [c], Jannik Vestergaard - Rasmus Kristensen (Alexander Bah 81), Daniel Wass (Anders Dreyer 81), Jens Jonsson (Jens Stage 56), Joakim Maehle - Andreas Olsen, Andreas Cornelius (Mikael Uhre 72), Jacob Bruun Larsen (Pione Sisto 56). Notes: Scotland finished second in Group F. As runners-up, they obtained a spot in the World Cup play-offs which take place in March 2022.
(Match 802) 24th March 2022 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - POLAND 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Robert Hennessy (Republic of Ireland) Crowd: 39.090, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Tierney (68), 1-1 Piatek (90+4) penalty SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/32) Craig Gordon (65/Heart of Midlothian) - Scott McTominay (29/Manchester United) Grant Hanley (41/Norwich City) Kieran Tierney (31/Arsenal) - Nathan Patterson (7/Everton) Billy Gilmour (11/Norwich City) Callum McGregor (42/Celtic) Greg Taylor (6/Celtic) - John McGinn [c] (43/Aston Villa) Ryan Christie (27/Bournemouth) - Ché Adams (14/Southampton) Subs: Stephen O'Donnell (25/Motherwell) for Nathan Patterson (66) Aaron Hickey (1/Bologna FC 1909) for Greg Taylor (67) Stuart Armstrong (31/Southampton) for Ryan Christie (76) Ryan Jack (11/Rangers) for Callum McGregor (77) Kenneth McLean (25/Norwich City) for Billy Gilmour (77) Jacob Brown (2/Stoke City) for Ché Adams (90) POLAND: (Manager: Czeslaw Michniewicz) Lukasz Skorupski - Bartosz Salamon (Krystian Bielik 44), Kamil Glik [c], Jan Bednarek (Adam Buksa 83) - Matty Cash, Szymon Zurkowski, Grzegorz Krychowiak (Sebastian Szymanski 61), Arkadiusz Reca - Piotr Zielinski (Kamil Grosicki 71), Arkadiusz Milik (Krzysztof Piatek 27), Jakub Moder. Notes: The friendly match against Poland was arranged to replace the scheduled World Cup play-off semi-final against Ukraine that was postponed due to the Russian invasion of the latter.
(Match 803) 29th March 2022 (Friendly match) AUSTRIA - SCOTLAND 2-2 (0-1) Referee: Tamas Bognar (Hungary) Crowd: 6.600, Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna Goals: 0-1 Hendry (28), 0-2 McGinn (56), 1-2 Gregoritsch (75), 2-2 Schopf (82) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Franco Foda) Daniel Bachmann (Patrick Pentz 87) - Stefan Ilsanker (Andreas Weimann 74), Aleksandar Dragovic [c], Martin Hinteregger - Valentino Lazaro, Konrad Laimer (Marco Grull 59), Marcel Sabitzer, Andreas Ulmer (Maximilian Ullmann 87) - Christoph Baumgartner (Alessandro Schopf 59), Sasa Kalajdzic (Michael Gregoritsch 74), Marko Arnautovic. SCOTLAND: (Head coach: Stephen Clarke/33) Craig Gordon (66/Heart of Midlothian) - Jack Hendry (13/Club Brugge KV) Grant Hanley (42/Norwich City) Kieran Tierney (32/Arsenal) - Nathan Patterson (8/Everton) Lewis Ferguson (3/Aberdeen) Ryan Jack (12/Rangers) Andrew Robertson [c] (56/Liverpool) - John McGinn (44/Aston Villa) Stuart Armstrong (32/Southampton) - Ché Adams (15/Southampton) Subs: Stephen O'Donnell (26/Motherwell) for Nathan Patterson (57) Aaron Hickey (2/Bologna FC 1909) for Andrew Robertson (57) Scott McTominay (30/Manchester United) for Ryan Jack (57) Lyndon Dykes (21/Queens Park Rangers) for Ché Adams (66) Billy Gilmour (12/Norwich City) for Lewis Ferguson (77) Ryan Christie (28/Bournemouth) for Stuart Armstrong (77)


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