Andy Robertson helped Scotland to a dramatic victory in Saturday's Euro 2024 qualifiers.
The Liverpool left-back was captain and played the full game as his country extended their 100 per cent record in the preliminaries courtesy of a late comeback against Norway.
Trailing to an Erling Haaland penalty away from home, the visitors scored twice in the final minutes – through Lyndon Dykes and Kenny McLean – to claim a 2-1 win.
The result in Oslo sees Scotland continue to top Group A having taken the maximum nine points available so far. Next up is a home tie with Georgia on Tuesday.
Elsewhere in Euro 2024 qualifying, Diogo Jota was a late introduction from the bench as Portugal defeated Bosnia-Herzegovina 3-0 in Lisbon.
The Portuguese, who have won all three of their matches in Group J so far and are yet to concede a goal, next face Iceland away from home on Tuesday.
In Spain, Alisson Becker was an unused substitute for Brazil as they posted a 4-1 friendly victory over departing Red Naby Keita’s Guinea.