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Scotland player ratings vs Austria


Scotland gave their hopes of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup a huge boost by securing a hard-fought 1-0 win over Austria in Vienna.

QPR striker Lyndon Dykes scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot in the first half after a VAR review ruled that Che Adams had been fouled by Martin Hinteregger. Steve Clarke’s side then doggedly held onto their lead for the remaining hour of the contest, with huge performances from several at the back, particularly Kieran Tierney.

It was backs-against-the-wall stuff and Austria dominated possession, although it wasn’t until the 79th minute, after more than ten efforts at goal, that they finally managed to get one on target. However, Craig Gordon was up to the challenge and batted the ball away.

Stephen O’Donnell, John McGinn and Adams all saw decent chances to extend the lead in the second half go begging.

Austria did have the ball in the net in stoppage time but it was so far offside that it was hardly concerning for the Scots. A very late free kick from David Alaba was more of a worry, only for the shot from the Real Madrid man to fly just over the crossbar.

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