Stuart Armstrong might have had the best debut of any Scotland player ever, according to national team boss Gordon Strachan.
The Celtic midfielder came straight into the starting XI for his first cap against Slovenia and looked completely at home in his surroundings.
The 24-year-old completed a man-of-the-match performance in front of a half-full Hampden by providing the assist for Chris Martin’s winning-goal.
After the game, Strachan wasn’t shy when it came to complimenting the Celtic star.
He said: “I have to say I thought Stuart Armstrong could have had the best Scottish debut we’ve ever seen.
“I’m delighted for all the players. I thought they were all magnificent considering the pressure they were under. They can all be really proud of themselves.”