Scotland captain Darren Fletcher felt they deserved their late goal for wearing 10-man Slovakia down.
Scotland striker Chris Martin ensured his face wasn’t as red as his jersey was pink by admitting the winning goal wasn’t his.
With their fingers clinging on to the cliff face named Hope, for once Scotland held their grip rather than plunging into the deep ravine named Yet Another Heartbreak.
The greatest thing of all going into tonight's game is that our destiny is in our own hands.
Gordon Strachan expects the Tartan Army to experience “depression and back up again” in tonight’s do or die World Cup qualifier.
The finest performance– by a country mile – of this campaign came in Lithuania when a slick and quick Scotland side secured a thrilling 3-0 win.
Peaking at the right time hasn’t been a characteristic of the Scottish national team for two decades.
James Forrest is backing Callum McGregor to become the latest Celtic star to shine for Scotland.
James Morrison believes Scotland are in a “good place” for their date with destiny at Hampden.
Barry Bannan has declared himself ready if called upon to play in Scotland’s depleted midfield.
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan insists his team will cope without Scott Brown and Stuart Armstrong in their must-win clash against Slovakia.
It could be a “long night” for Scotland and their fans when they face Slovakia, manager Gordon Strachan has admitted.
Liam Cooper has peered at pictures of Gordon Strachan dotted along the walls at Elland Road.
Dunfermline’s superb start to the Championship season has been rewarded with an international call-up for Ryan Williamson.
Leeds United captain Liam Cooper has been called into the Scotland squad for next month’s World Cup double-header against Slovakia and Slovenia.
Andy Robertson has revealed the first thing he will do when he returns to Anfield is thank his Liverpool teammates for helping keep Scotland’s World Cup dream alive.
It isn’t just Scotland’s World Cup hopes that have been transformed over the last four games of the qualifying game.
Scotland captain Scott Brown has blasted Maltese player Steve Borg for allegedly spitting on him.
A Scotland team in excellent form with momentum behind them and carrying genuine hope of qualifying for the World Cup play-offs, backed by a Tartan Army cheering the news of English goals.
Scotland defender Christophe Berra insists they can’t afford to let the pace drop when they meet Malta at Hampden tonight.