Scotland to a man were absolutely excellent tonight as we beat Spain 2-0 at Hampden Park to claim 6 points out of 6 in our European Championship qualifying group and go top of the table.
It was a historic night for Scotland as it was the first victory against Spain since 1984.
Man of the match was no doubt the country’s new goal scoring hero Scott McTominay who bagged a wonderful double on the night to add to the two goals he scored after coming off the bench against Cyprus on Saturday.
As I predicted the other day, McTominay came in to the side in place of hapless ‘Rangers’ midfielder Ryan Jack, who was apparently booed by some sections of the home support at the weekend for being such a poor footballer.
McTominay partnered Celtic captain Callum McGregor in the centre of the pitch, who was also outstanding on the night as he usually always is for both club and country.
His effort was summed up at the end of the game when he won possession deep in his own half and dribbled the ball near enough the full length of the pitch to relieve the pressure of the Scotland goal.
But not only did he do that, he ended his brilliant run by playing a fantastic ball into the path of Lawrence Shankland on the edge of the area, and a better striker would have most likely made it 3-0.
Celtic fans on Twitter have quite righty been singing the praises of our captain tonight after the famous win.
Check out the tweets below.