Was called into action several times in the opening stages as the Scots were pushed back, could have got into trouble for what seemed like a kick-out at Ivanovski when the striker tried to challenge for the ball, made some critical saves in order to keep the Scots in the tournament.
Was the best of the back four as he coped well with not only the attacks from the visitors, but some of the balls that were played back to him by his midfield.
Has hardly played any club football in the last year and it shows as his reactions were poor and he kept getting caught out as he failed to track back numerous times and his passing was awful.
The distribution from the Scotland midfielder was shocking at times, especially some of the balls he played back to his defence, he was also bullied by Pandev a lot during the game.
His sophomore start for the national side wasn’t as good as his first appearance as he was constantly put under pressure Ibraimi and his passing was also lacking.
Panicked too many times when the Macedonians were going forward, needed the calming influence of Webster to help him throughout, also looked like he could trouble Macedonia at set pieces.
Non-existent in the first half as he continually took the wrong option, running into a cul-de-sac most of the time, didn’t offer enough support to those in front of him, was eventually replaced by Rhodes.
Was caught out for the opener by Macedonia, but eventually when the Scots got the ball to him moving forward, he showed the trickier that has made him a regular for Celtic as he kept running at Popov.
Was lively as he attempted to get forward as much as possible and eventually got onto the end of a mistake by the Macedonia defence to set-up the equaliser for Scotland, was substituted for Naismith after being moved further forward.
Got the boo boys off his back just before the break with a simple goal, continually offered himself as an outlet for the Scotland attack, was eventually replaced in the second half by Adam.
Was rarely troubled in the first half by the Scotland attack, though there was nothing he could do with Miller’s goal as his defence let him down, but other than that have had an easy night in Glasgow.
Was in the right place at the right time in order to give the Macedonians the lead, diverting Trichkovski’s cross into the net, that inspired confidence which lasted throughout.
Made a horrible mistake just before the break to hand Scotland an equaliser, didn’t look confidence with Miller’s movement and found substitute Rhodes troubling as well.
Looked to get forward as much as he could, offering support on the right wing and swinging in some crosses during the game.
Looked composed in the midfield area, had some good touches and offered support to those in front of him.
The West Brom full back didn’t like it when Forrest ran at him and found the winger a handful, but still managed to offer support going forward.
Had an easy time in the middle of the park, as Scotland offered little in that area and looked to help launch counter attacks for the Macedonians.
Gave Dixon a torrid time as he continually looked to exploit the left back position for Scotland, offered several deliveries into the box.
Had a superb game as he was the puppet master for Macedonia, pulling the strings in between the midfield and attack areas for the visitors, set-up numerous chances for his teammates, especially Ivanovski.
Found McGregor a wall that he could not get by, as he was put in on goal, one-on-one against the stopper, but couldn’t find a way past him.
Got injured after 35 minutes, but done his job before hand, playing the cross into the box for Noveski to get the opening goal of the game, replaced by Hasani.
Replaced Miller, as Scotland looked to add an extra dimension to the midfield area and nearly set up Rhodes for a winner.
Came on to add goals to the Scotland attack and had several chances to get his second goal for the national side.
Replaced Mackie as the Scots went in search of a winner.