One stand-out, but two 5s: Scotland player ratings in thumping win over Armenia

Marks out of ten for the Scotland players involved in the 4-1 win over Armenia ...

Scotland's Stuart Armstrong, right, celebrates with Che Adams after scoring his side's first goal against Armenia.
Scotland's Stuart Armstrong, right, celebrates with Che Adams after scoring his side's first goal against Armenia.

Craig Gordon - Exposed for the opening goal but the goalkeeper pulled off several good saves on his 70th Scotland appearance. 7

Scott McTominay - Had his hands full early on in the back three but played some decent balls forward. 6

Grant Hanley - Looked favourite to win the ball as he came across to sweep but misjudged and stumbled to allow Armenia to take the lead. Endured a tough opening half hour. 5

Jack Hendry - Did not look particularly comfortable on the left side of the back three, although he made a goal-saving challenge on the ground. 5

Nathan Patterson - First start since ankle surgery and the Everton player can be satisfied with his performance, which featured an assist. 6

Billy Gilmour - Forced a decent save and looked tidy in possession. 6

Callum McGregor - The Celtic midfielder showed little sign of fatigue on his 63rd appearance of the season and 29th birthday, racing back to stop a dangerous break at one stage. 7

Greg Taylor - Took time to settle but delivered some decent crosses and forced a save. 6

Stuart Armstrong - Two brilliantly-taken goals and an assist, the midfielder provided real attacking thrust. 9

John McGinn - The stand-in captain took his goal well and generally carried a threat. 7

Che Adams - Threatened twice from long range in the first half and appeared more confident in possession after curling home on the counter-attack. 7

Substitutes

David Turnbull, Lewis Ferguson and Anthony Ralston helped continue Scotland's dominance of possession after being introduced in the 64th minute. Jacob Brown got a run-out and Allan Campbell came close to a late debut goal. 6