His involvement in the game was somewhat infrequent but he was always on his toes and ready when called upon, most notably when Hutton broke into the area. Given no chance by Brown's effort.
Steady at the back under the high ball but didn't look to confident when Anya was running at him and didn't cope with some of Scotland's pace.
Looked promising early on as he led Poland out from the back. Displayed some woeful finishing though and never caused a threat in the final third.
Gave Scotland a bit of room down the line and wasn't tight enough to blue jerseys as the away side countered.
Should have given his side the lead with a free header inside the six-yard-box and was made to pay for his miss.
Never really got going on the wing and his crossing often left a lot to be desired, leaving Milik or anyone else with little chance of getting on the end of them.
Dangerous when cutting inside and striking goalwards but Marshall was equal to his efforts. Probably Poland's biggest threat.
Had an effort that was blocked bravely by the Scottish defence and did look to shoot from range whenever possible, but to no avail.
His poor clearance fell straight to the feet of Brown and he smashed home gleefully for the only goal of the game.
Involved in an altercation with Brown and was perhaps lucky not to be sent off along with the Scotland captain for going head-to-head Still nipped away at the heels of Scotland players despite caution.
Had a couple of great opportunities to get his side in front but was always denied by a combination of poor finishing and David Marshall.
Forced into a couple of smart saves from range in the opening period but was never really tested as poor finishing rather than an outstanding display tended to be Poland's downfall.
An accomplished performance from the Celtic man who dealt with the threat of Milik and ensured any Poland threat was only ever going to be from range.
Had to deal with a number of threats down his wing but never allowed many crosses into the area and frustrated the Poland wide men.
The Brighton and Hove Albion defender didn't look out of place on the international scene and held his own at the back.
Hasn't kicked a ball for Villa all season but didn't look in any real trouble at right-back. Perhaps showed a lack of match sharpness in his decision making further up the pitch.
Another eye-catching display from one of Scotland's most promising stars. Never stopped running and was constantly offering himself as an option in attack.
Was perhaps lucky not to be sent off in the opening half and probably would have been if this weren't a friendly after going head to head with Peszko. Doesn't take anything away though from what was a terrific strike to win the game.
Solid in midfield as Scotland were able to control possession in the first half. Made way in the second period for young Andrew Robertson to make his debut.
Had a steady game where he appeared fro the opening half, helping the visitors to control the game in the centre of the park. Made way at the break for the return of Fletcher.
Struggled up top by himself, with the Capital One Cup final possibly still playing on his mind. Never got into the game and was distinctly average at best.
The Leeds man had a great opportunity to open the scoring but was denied by the legs of Szukala. A promising display and certainly looked to be enjoying himself more once Naismith was introduced to the game.
An emotional day for the young full-back who made his first appearance at this level.
A late cameo as Scotland looked to open up the game.
A fantastic display on his return to the side, controlling the midfield and pulling the strings.
Gave Scotland a different dimension up top which they utilised fully.