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S. McTominay
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Iago Aspas
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A. Gunn
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S. McTominay
2 - 0
S. McTominay
A. Robertson
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25% 75%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 3 3
Total Passes 219 661
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Scotland SCO Scotland 2 2 0 0 5 0 +5 6 W W
2 Spain ESP Spain 2 1 0 1 3 2 +1 3 L W
3 Georgia GEO Georgia 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 D
4 Norway NOR Norway 2 0 1 1 1 4 -3 1 D L
5 Cyprus CYP Cyprus 1 0 0 1 0 3 -3 0 L


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For Luis de la Fuente though, there will be plenty to mull over. His sweeping changes from last time out allowed him to explore alternative options, but they were outclassed by their well-drilled hosts. He may not experiment in such games down the line again.
Steve Clarke's men will be having a party! For the first time in almost four decades, they have beaten La Roja, one of Europe's true heavyweights, to blow open the race for automatic qualification. They will feel they are in a very good position now, though tough tests still await them.
Great Scott, it's history at Hampden Park! Scotland pick up a second Euro 2024 qualifiers win as they inflict a shock defeat upon Spain in Group A! Scott McTominay's double delivers the delight for the hosts in Glasgow, and they take full control of their path to Germany. At full-time, it has finished Scotland 2-0 Spain.
S. McTominay
Yellow Card
90' + 6' A Scotland break sees Shankland push a shot straight to Kepa, and then McTominay is booked for attempting to grapple with the goalkeeper and delay the restart. Less than a minute to go.
90' + 5' Hanley wins a foul off Iglesias as he stops the Spain man escaping down the left wing. One minute to go.
90' + 3' Pino strikes from distance, but is well wide of the mark and Gunn is in no hurry to pick up the ball. Three minutes to go.
90' + 2' Spain come round the right flank. Cooper blocks the cross and Scotland push them back to midfield. Four minutes to go.
L. Shankland
L. Dykes
90' Scotland make another change now, with Sykes replaced by Shankland.
90' The last time Scotland beat Spain was in 1984. It remains one of their all-time great results, and they will have to get through six minutes of injury time to match it.
87' Despite the noise, you could probably still hear a pin drop at Hampden Park every other minute. Scotland are throwing their bodies about with reckless abandon, wringing every last drop out of themselves.
85' Spain pick up a corner now after Robertson defends. Every clearance this Scotland team make is cheered like a goal, and so it is again as they see off the set-piece.
Iago Aspas
Yellow Card
83' Aspas is the latest man in the book, after he leads with the shoulder into a high jump on Porteous. The Spain man fumes at the call.
L. Ferguson
J. McGinn
83' McGinn meanwhile is replaced by Ferguson in the hosts' latest swap.
N. Patterson
A. Hickey
82' Patterson replaces Hickey as Scotland make another change.
81' The figures from this second half tell a remarkable story. Scotland have now had more shots than Spain, eight to seven, with a four-two advantage since the break. They have really stood up and made sure they are counted.
Dani Ceballos
79' Spain make their fifth change of the game, with Gavi sent on in place of Ceballos.
78' The addition of Cooper is already having an impact for both sides. Scotland are finding an extra body useful for forcing the Spain attack out wide, but there's still danger from La Roja.
A. Gunn
Yellow Card
76' Gunn picks up a yellow card for time-wasting now, as this game enters the final quarter-hour.
L. Cooper
K. Tierney
75' The hosts make a second change, and it is Tierney, limping slightly, who makes way for Cooper.
K. McLean
R. Christie
75' Here comes Scotland's first change, and it is McLean for Christie.
74' Steve Clarke has his assistants in conference now. It looks like they are plotting for some defensive additions.
72' We're into the final quarter of this contest and there is still no sign of any Scotland changes. There's surely got to be some tired legs out there.
70' Tempers are flaring even more now. Hickey deflects a Spain cross for a corner and takes a blow to the ear in the process. He then rolls back onto the field in order to hold up play, much to the ire of the visitors.
Dani Carvajal
Yellow Card
68' Carvajal becomes the first man to go into the book this half. Tempers are flaring in the tackle.
Borja Iglesias
66' Iglesias replaces Joselu as Spain make a fourth change.
66' Christie spams a shot wide of the mark after Spain manage to smuggle a corner away from danger. The hosts are not sitting back and seeing this one out with a cushion in hand.
64' Spain's latest attack falls foul of their first offside call of the day. La Roja have been very good at beating the trap, but not on this occasion.
62' What a miss from Aspas! At pace, the Spain substitute cannot keep the ball down from eight yards or so out, and blazes over as he slides in to meet a lovely low ball swung in off the right.
61' De la Fuente looks like a pensive man as he stalks his technical area. The Spain boss was quick to pay respects to Scotland pre-match, insisting they would be a tough opponent. He has not been wrong.
59' Dykes almost keeps the ball in with a cut-back close to the edge of the penalty area, but the officials deem he just took it out of bounds. We're closing in on the hour mark.
Iago Aspas
Mikel Merino
57' Spain make a third change now, with Aspas on for Merino.
55' It's a little surprising we haven't seen anymore cards yet. Both teams are getting a little feisty with each other.
53' Well, that adds another dimension to an already intriguing game. Spain looked the more likely side to find a goal at the end of the first half. Instead, we've got a near-carbon copy result, with Scotland bolstering their hold instead.
S. McTominay
51' GOAL! SCOTLAND HAVE TWO! 2-0! McTominay is at the double with a supreme volley! The hosts hark down the left wing on the break, and Spain get a header to the cross tipped in. But it is only cleared as far as the arriving midfielder, who lashes it past Kepa at the near post!
50' A chance for Christie! A set-piece situation rears its head for the hosts, but the attacker cannot keep his shot in the vicinity. A second for Scotland would really help leave a mark on this match.
47' Rodri immediately raises the blood pressure of the Scottish defence, pushing a left-footed effort through. Gunn gets low and makes the save to ensure it is not a disastrous start to the half.
Nico Williams
Mikel Oyarzabal
46' Oyarzabal has also been replaced by Spain, who introduce Williams in his place.
Dani Carvajal
Pedro Porro
46' There are changes at the interval for La Roja, with Carvajal on for the under-fire Porro.
46' We're back underway for the second half in Glasgow. Can Scotland hang on to take complete control of their qualifying group? Or will Spain claw back a result for themselves?
It goes without saying that if Clarke's men hold on here, this will rank as one of their great victories? Sure, this may be a rotated Spain team with plenty of great players missing in action. But it is still Spain, one of modern football's great sides. This would be a massive win.
Scott McTominay's sweetly assured strike just seven minutes into this contest means that it is Scotland who have the advantage in their game with Spain. The hosts have been excellent value for their lead, but they won't be allowed to rest on their laurels from here on out. At half-time, it is Scotland 1-0 Spain.
45' + 2' Oh, how has Dykes put that one over! A super Scotland break releases him for a one-on-one with Kepa and he loops his shot over the goalmouth from a dozen yards or so.
45' There will be two added minutes in this first half.
44' Now Joselu is absolutely fuming! The Spain forward thinks he should have a penalty for an apparent shirt pull, but play is waved on and he smashes his fists against the ground in an emotional outburst. He's lucky not to be booked himself for that.
41' Ceballos comes in on McGinn now and the latter picks up a free-kick from the Spaniard's attentions. It is becoming a contentious clash, this one.
39' It's three shots for Scotland against five for Spain so far, as the latter have a penalty appeal for a Hanley challenge on Joselu waved away. Hampden Park is having a right old time.
37' Back-to-back corners for Scotland help shift momentum for a moment, as Spain's defence find themselves falling over each other. The hosts cannot stick away any half-chance though, and fail to double their lead.
L. Dykes
Yellow Card
34' A second yellow card for Scotland now, this time against Dykes after he jumps for a high ball and plants his elbow into Garcia's chin at the same time.
32' The hosts come under the pump again, but are relieved of pressure when Spain are deemed to have committed a handball infringement inside the box. It's a free-kick against the visitors.
30' Pino swings Spain's latest attempt high from distance. La Roja are really starting to build a siege in attack against Scotland's rear third. The hosts are holding firm for now.
29' Now it is Rodri who comes close to breaching Scotland's back-line, as he plants a flying header just over the crossbar and onto the roof of the net. Porro attempts a long-range attempt moments later and forces a save.
A. Robertson
Yellow Card
27' It is a yellow card to Robertson now, the first of the game, after that raised shoulder on Porro. He may be fortunate to have escaped with just that.
25' There could be trouble for Robertson here. An off-the-ball incident between him and Porro sees the latter drop to the ground, rolling around and clutching his face. It looks like the Scotland man raised his shoulder into his opponent's face.
23' Off the woodwork! Spain are going through the gears in pursuit of an equaliser now, and they go very close this time, as Joselu rises again and plants another header into the crossbar. Gunn may have got a touch too.
22' With almost a quarter of this game gone, Scotland have been excellent value for money. They are not rank outsiders, of course. This is nevertheless a shrewd performance nevertheless.
20' Gunn with the save! Spain notch their first attempt on the Scottish goal-line, but the keeper proves more up to the task, defusing Joselu's header after La Roja looped a cross into the box.
17' Dykes draws the foul from Garcia and wins a free-kick inside his own half. Spain are already making their displeasure know to the referee over some of his decision making in this game.
15' Christie! That could and maybe should have been two for Scotland, as the forward is allowed to cut a path through the heart of midfield, before he hooks his finish just wide of the right post.
13' Oyarzabal lunges for a throughball tipped into the Scotland box, but cannot get his leg to it in time to challenge Gunn. The Spain man might have been offside even if he had got a touch.
11' Down in the dugout, Clarke looks particularly unruffled by his team's excellent start. A lazy Spanish foul now allows Scotland to shepherd the visitors away from their own half.
9' Porro looks to make immediate amends for that mistake, though he cannot bring a snaking pass under control on the right wing, allowing the ball to run away from him again. It's been a lively start.
A. Robertson
7' That is terrific work from Robertson, who adamantly refused to give up on a ball that looked to be a danger to nobody. But Spain will be mad with themselves there, particularly after McTominay's strike wrong-footed Kepa and the defence.
S. McTominay
7' GOAL! SCOTLAND SEIZE THE LEAD! 1-0! It is McTominay with the opener after a defensive howler from Spain! Porro slips under pressure from Robertson on the edge of his box, and the wideman is able to sweep a delivery back for his team-mate to rifle home inside the penalty area!
5' It's a rowdy crowd in Glasgow for this one, with the home support in excellent voice as always. They will relish the underdog tag throughout, particularly if they can keep Spain guessing.
3' Early flashes of danger for Scotland, as their visitors build together a slew of passes through the heart of midfield. Manchester United's McTominay will be needed to help cut those off today.
1' We are underway in this Euro 2024 qualifier between Scotland and Spain!
With the national anthems concluded, we are just moments away from kick-off.
The teams are out at Hampden Park now and we will have the national anthems.
The big change to look out for among Spain fans? How about 32-year-old Joselu, making his first start for his country. After he scored a brace in victory against Norway from the bench, he is rewarded with another cap.
Substitutes: David Raya, Nico Williams, Martin Zubimendi, Borja Iglesias, Aymeric Laporte, Robert Sanchez, Dani Carvajal, Alvaro Morata, Fabian Ruiz, Gavi, Nacho, Iago Aspas.
SPAIN (4-2-3-1): Kepa Arrizabalaga; Pedro Porro, David Garcia, Inigo Martinez, Jose Gaya; Rodri, Mikel Merino; Yeremi Pino, Dani Ceballos, Mikel Oyarzabal; Joselu.
Substitutes: Billy Gilmour, Ryan Jack, Nathan Patterson, Jacob Brown, Lewis Ferguson, Liam Kelly, Lawrence Shankland, Zander Clark, Stuart Armstrong, Dominic Hyam, Liam Cooper, Kenny McLean.
SCOTLAND (3-5-1-1): Angus Gunn; Ryan Porteous, Grant Hanley, Kieran Tierney; Aaron Hickey, Scott McTominay, Callum McGregor, John McGinn, Andrew Robertson; Ryan Christie; Lyndon Dykes.
The hosts make three changes, with Lyndon Dykes given the nod ahead of the injured Che Adams in attack. Spain meanwhile rotate most of their side, with goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga and midfielder Rodri among the few to retain their place.
Steve Clarke's men though are buoyed by a self-belief that has proven tough to dislodge ever since they made Euro 2020. They are arguably the best they have been for generations and will back themselves to the hilt.
Luis de la Fuente has matched some fresh faces and old hands, and in some instances, fresh faces with old hands, in his first squad. They will arrive as favourites for this encounter.
But now comes their first encounter of two, clashes which may well decide who gets the honour of topping the group come the business end of the year.
Winning starts for La Roja and the team of the Tartan Army means both are in early pole position to push on and secure qualification automatically for next year's tournament in Germany.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of the 2024 European Championship qualifiers, as Spain look to make it two wins from two as they travel to face Scotland in a Group A encounter at Hampden Park!