Scotland’s Scott McTominay Scores Two as They Beat Spain 2-0 in Euro Qualifiers
Scott McTominay, the two-goal hero, led Scotland to an impressive victory against Spain in the European Championship qualifying match at Hampden Park on Tuesday. McTominay’s brace secured the team’s first win against Spain since 1984 and continued their perfect start to the Euro 2024 qualification campaign with six points from two matches.
McTominay’s performance impressed fans, as he delivered a spectacular 2-0 victory against one of the best football teams in the world. “This is our chance to create legacies as Scotland players, and these are the nights in 20, 30 years that people remember. We can’t thank the fans enough,” McTominay said.
Scotland used their scraps of possession effectively and managed more attempts on goal than Spain throughout the game. Steve Clarke, Scotland’s manager, praised the team’s “dynamic, enthusiasm and quality” and said that this win could be a step forward for the team. However, Clarke added that it’s only six points and Scotland needs to stay focused and keep their feet on the ground.
The victory put Scotland in excellent shape for the Euro 2024 qualification campaign. The team will now prepare for their next matches in June, away in Norway and home to Georgia.
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