The Newcastle man brought the ball home early in the game thanks to the good work of Stephen O’Donnell and Lyndon Dykes
Fraser nearly got another when he caught John McGinn’s ball deep, but his effort was a bit too high
The visitors dotted David Marshall’s goal in both halves, but Matej Vydra and Tomas Soucek found the Scots in a resolute mood
Oli McBurnie hit the bar with a fine effort towards the end as Scotland experienced a rare foray forward and Marshall reversed a Jan Boril effort in added time as Steve Clarke’s side held on the shot for a great victory
Scotland perform well as they cling to victory over Czech Republic Ryan Fraser’s initial goal turns out to be the winner Eight games unbeaten, another clean sheet!
In the other group game, Zahavi scored a hat-trick to complete a remarkable turnaround for Israel who now lead Slovakia to Trnava 3-2!
Good GRIEF! Ball coming from Poznar, Marshall… collapses there, and Soucek clearly sees the goal but ignites!
Marshall booked for loss of time Classic Ten minutes left and Scotland still lead by a goal to zero
Zahavi scores his second of the night and Israel is back on the same level! Slovakia 2, Israel 2
The Czech Republic are a good team and put Scotland under almost constant pressure as they seek to equalize Set pieces, especially corners, look dangerous 15 to play – can Scotland continue to exclude visitors?
Kral comes to the end of the corner from Darida but it’s a nice block from John McGinn – his older brother Paul would have been proud of that one, etc.
McGregor tries to pass a ball to Fraser but it’s just past the small forward Still Scotland 1, Czech Rep 0 with just over 20 minutes left
Scottish National Football Team, UEFA Nations League, Czech Republic National Football Team, Steve Clarke
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