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Scotland shocks Spain with Scott McTominay’s heroics at Hampden

Scotland’s triumph over Spain at Hampden was nothing short of thunderous and unforgettable. With their new manager, captain, and tactics, Scotland proved their emergence against a new Spanish team still figuring out their way. Scott McTominay became the talk of the town with his sensational performance, scoring in either half of the game. Kieran Tierney’s acceleration and Andy Robertson’s tenacity added to the thrill, and the result was inevitable. Scotland had beaten Spain after almost four decades, sending shock waves across Europe. The win has also put Scotland on top of the table with a new team that’s confident, classy, and clinical.

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