Andy Robertson barges into Scott McTominay causing an error leading to a goal.

Spain’s Euro 2024 qualifier against Scotland got off to a nightmare start for Pedro Porro. The Tottenham star was to blame for Scotland’s opening goal, which led to a rough time on the pitch. His costly slip allowed Scott McTominay to score, giving Scotland a surprise lead against the three-time European champions at Hampden Park. Despite McTominay’s incredible performance in their win against Cyprus on Saturday, Scotland were comfortably leading their group. Porro’s woes continued when he went down after a collision with Andy Robertson, much to the outrage of the home supporters. Despite being booed by the home crowd, Porro almost equalized, but his long-range effort was saved by Scotland’s goalkeeper. However, things only got worse for Porro and Spain as McTominay doubled Scotland’s lead in the second half. Stay tuned to talkSPORT for all the latest football news and matches, including the heavyweight showdown between Anthony Joshua and Jermaine Franklin. Don’t miss it!

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