World News – GB – Scotland vs Slovakia LIVE: Lyndon Dykes scores winning goal for hosts at Hampden


News Corp is a network of leading companies in the world of diverse media, news, education and information services

Lyndon Dykes scored with the Dark Blues’ only luck as Steve Clarke’s men score seven of nine points in the squad before facing the Czech Republic on Wednesday night

« We are unbeaten in the top seven of the group which is great If we can beat the Czech Republic that gives us momentum for next month »

Ryan Fraser says Scotland can build on this result as they head into next month picTwittercom / dpFWHPMOX4

Midfielder trio John McGinn, Kenny McLean and John Fleck were busy tonight as they were all on the pitch

Czech Republic is next in Hampden on Wednesday and Steve Clarke’s side could take control of the section with victory

« Emotional to be honest with you It’s been a long time since I’ve been involved with a Scottish organization

« I’m 33 now and getting the call the other day was completely unpredictable, but delighted to be part of a great victory

« I have enough experience playing European football with Aberdeen that it helps, but playing with top footballers really helps

« It was a big step forward You sit and watch it at home World Cup, Euros and everything in between so you know you are up against top class opposition You really need to be on your toes but a fantastic night The boys did really well « 

« It was another good performance and a clean sheet from the boys What else can you ask for

« It was a great SOD [Stephen O’Donnell] ball on my left foot and I was just happy to see him hit the back of the net

« I really like it and love going back with the boys. I feel really happy and enjoy it every minute

« For me, I think this will help me and I will continue to do my best, put my head down and see what happens

« We’ve all been positive throughout this camp. Moving over to play for Serbia was a huge plus, but now we’re focusing on the next game

« It’s been seven straight games without a defeat and I hope we can continue this momentum »

« Some of the guys needed a little refreshment so the manager changed some bodies

« It would have been easy to win the other day and maybe not to focus too much on this game but I think we showed that we gave everything today

« We’re unbeaten at seven now and top of the group – which is great and now we move on to the next game against Czech Republic »

Slovakia had most of the ball at Hampden Park tonight, but Lyndon Dykes appeared with the most important goal in the contest

Scotland had just under 45% of the ball, with visitors just breaking the 55% mark in the 90 minutes

It was a busy night for Scottish skipper Andy Robertson who circled the park all night

Scotland remain at the top of the Nations League group after a 1-0 win over Slovakia

Lyndon Dykes with the winner at Hampden to score seven of nine points after three games

90 – Four minutes have been added here in Hampden as Scotland seek to hang on to three points

Callum McGregor and Oli McBurnie take a short corner as they look to keep the ball in the Slovakian corner

88 – Ryan Jack enters the pitch as Scotland look to see the final minutes

Aston Villa midfielder – in his 25th cap – wins a well-deserved break

85 – Callum Paterson enters play for the finals to replace Ryan Fraser

Watch Oli McBurnie’s luck here as he nears adding a second for Scotland

Fraser lands a nice cross on Oli McBurnie’s header, who can only hit the crossbar

He challenges the ball in the air and looks like he has caught his opponent with his arm

Ryan Fraser with a cheeky step buys himself a yardstick to dig his cross

75 – Scott McTominay’s strong defense to clear the lead as the visitors put some pressure on Scotland

74 – Oli McBurnie has a shot on goal after arriving on the pitch

Oli McBurnie also replaces striker Lyndon Dykes in a double change from Steve Clarke

It was the same combination for the first goal as Stephen O’Donnell descends to the side before slicing the ball back

The ball lands at the feet of Lyndon Dykes who throws his effort into the air

68 – Lyndon Dykes plays with Ryan Fraser but his first contact drops him

Here’s Lyndon Dykes in pictures as he shoots Scotland with our only shot on target

We have less than 25 minutes to play for Hampden in this Nations League meeting

© News Group Newspapers Limited in England No 679215 Headquarters: 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF “The Sun”, “Sun”, “Sun Online” are registered trademarks or trade names of News Group Newspapers Limited This service is provided under the Standard Terms and Conditions of News Group Newspapers’ Limited, in accordance with our & Cookie Privacy Policy To inquire about a license to reproduce material, visit our syndication site See our online press kit For any other request Contact us To view all content on The Sun, please use the sitemap The Sun website is regulated by the Independent Press Standards Organization (IPSO)

Our journalists strive for accuracy, but sometimes we make mistakes For more details on our complaints policy and to file a complaint, please click here

Scotland National Football Team, UEFA Nations League, Steve Clarke, Slovakia National Football Team, Lyndon Dykes

World News – UK – Scotland vs Slovakia LIVE: Lyndon Dykes scores the game-winning goal for the hosts at Hampden



Donnez votre point de vue et aboonez-vous!



Votre point de vue compte, donnez votre avis

[maxbutton id= »1″]