How the Scotland players rated during the 2019 Women's World Cup

Ratings out of ten for every Scotland player who started at least one of the three group games during the 2019 Women's World Cup as Shelley Kerr's side exited at the group stage.

Scotland team prior to England clash.
Scotland team prior to England clash.

Lana Clelland, who played just once and scored against Japan, is not included in the list.

Could perhaps have done better with the opener against Japan and Argentina's second, though there are excuses for both. Overall she made a number of strong saves across the three games.

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Looked uncomfortable out at right-back in the start against England and gave away the penalty for Argentina's equaliser on Wednesday night.
Her introduction against England helped improve Scotland's performance and she was one of the better players in a poor showing against Japan. Put in a below par display against Argentina, though.
Outstanding against England, she followed it up with an error-strewn game against Japan. Was so-so against Argentina. Solid enough for the tournament, but she'll know she could've played better.
Few complaints can be made about the robust presence at the back. She did her job quietly across the three matches and netted against the Argentines.
Struggled to get into the contest against England - so much so that she was replaced by a right-back - and didn't sparkle in the Argentina match either.
The decision to include her for the final match against Argentina was the right one and she played well, but as a senior player and local leader she could've done more to help Scotland manage the game at 3-0.
Brought in for Docherty for the Japan game but was too hesitant in possession at left-back.
Another who didn't enjoy a particularly fruitful afternoon against Japan but showed off her undoubted class in the other two matches, including netting the opener last night.
The epitome of composure. Weir never panicked in possession across the three games and rarely gave the ball away. The star Scotland player at the tournament.
Battled hard against England in the opening match after being named as a surprise starter. Unfortunate to play no further part.
One substitute and one starting appearance but she failed to make much of an impact in either game.
Quiet against England and Japan, the right-winger improved in the final match against Argentina but her final ball was sometimes lacking.
Like Evans, her final ball could have been better, especially in the opener, but she was always on a threat on the flank. Scored against England and immediately improved the side after coming on against Japan.
Started just one match, against Japan, but didn't do much to impact the game.
Worked her backside off against England in an isolated role, quiet against Japan but superb in the final game. An absolute baller who, at 20, should light up major tournaments for years to come.