Scotland midfielder Kenny McLean insists it will be a blessing rather than a burden to try to stop £130 million man Eden Hazard.
Playing a first ever game in a World Cup was always going to be a step into the unknown for Scotland.
Shelley Kerr wants to see her Scotland team get “more physical” in their second World Cup clash.
John McGinn believes even brilliant Belgium will be fearful of Scotland’s star-studded left-hand side.
The bright, new dawn was also plunged back into darkness.
Magnificently Beat England would have had a nice ring to it.
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.
Scotland’s Lewis Morgan hopes his play-off pain can make him a better player.
It is a sobering thought that a Scotland international swigging from a bottle of alcopops was one of the sights of the season.
An match against England in a major championships is nothing new for the Scottish women’s team as Sunday’s World Cup group opener in France draws closer.