Lawrence Shankland wants to make sure his Scotland goal in the 6-0 thrashing of San Marino is the first of many.
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.
For a man who is seen by many as an unfulfilled talent, Oliver Burke is ticking off career boxes that most footballers could only dream of.
Safe to say Liam Palmer didn’t make the best first impression on the Tartan Army.
Lawrence Shankland has made a “fantastic” first impression on the Scotland management team.
One former Dundee centre-back has received his first international call-up this week and Declan Gallagher could soon be joined in the Scotland squad by another ex-Dens Park man.
Lawrence Shankland has backed himself to take his stunning Dundee United form into the international arena.
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.
When you need to beat the best team in the world to give yourself a shot at qualification for the Euro finals out of your group you know you are in deep trouble.
Playing a first ever game in a World Cup was always going to be a step into the unknown for Scotland.