A John McGinn hat-trick, a first goal for Lawrence Shankland and an utterly dominant performance gave Steve Clarke the emphatic win over the lowest-ranked nation in world football that was expected and required to end a wretched run of form and results.
None of the footballers in Shelley Kerr’s squad has been to a World Cup with Scotland before. But there is a player who has been to one…… with Germany.
From Fife to France.
Steve Clarke has admitted that Scotland need to take something from Monday night’s clash with world number one-ranked Belgium to keep their hopes alive of automatic qualification for Euro 2020.
Playing a first ever game in a World Cup was always going to be a step into the unknown for Scotland.
Scott McKenna doesn’t agree that centre-back has become a problem position for Scotland.
Alex McLeish is no longer the Scotland manager.
Scotland should count their blessings as they leave the Holy Land because this defeat could have been so much worse.
There are no limits to Scotland’s Women’s World Cup ambitions, according to Rachel Corsie.
As a celebration of the progress the Scotland women’s football team has made in recent years and as a send-off for next month’s World Cup, this friendly was an unequivocal success.