Scotland recorded a fine victory over the Czech Republic at Hampden on Wednesday night as they made it eight games on the bounce without defeat.
Ryan Fraser’s early goal got the Scots off to a great start following good work by Lyndon Dykes and although the Czechs had their chances, a strong defensive showing ensured Scotland held on for the three points.
Here’s how the players in dark blue got on...
Player ratings scale - 10: One of the best performances you've seen. 9: Outstanding. 8: Very good. 7: Good. 6: Average. 5: Poor, 4: Very poor. 3: A terrible day at the office. 2: Abysmal. 1: One of the worst performances you've seen.
1. David Marshall - 7
Didn't have a great amount to do despite the Czechs' dominance at times but was reliable when called upon Photo: Ross Parker - SNS Group / SFA
2. Scott McTominay - 7
Manchester United man was deployed in a back three for his ball-carrying capabilities but coped well with Czech attacks Photo: SNS Group
3. Declan Gallagher - 8
A fine performance from the Motherwell man. Clean sheet and several timely blocks and interventions Photo: Craig Williamson - SNS Group
4. Andy Considine - 8
Imperious at the back as the Czechs threw everything at the Scottish defence Photo: Alan Harvey - SNS Group