Manager Alex McLeish has vowed to keep trying to make amends for Scotland’s shock defeat in Kazakhstan – and claims there will be twists and turns in their European Championship qualifying group.
Scotland suffered arguably the worst result in the country’s footballing history as they slumped to a humiliating 3-0 defeat against Kazakhstan on Thursday.
Scotland manager Alex McLeish claimed he was “pretty good at bouncing back” as he brushed off questions over his future in the wake of a 3-0 defeat in Kazakhstan.
Scotland suffered one of their most embarrassing defeats as two goals in the opening 10 minutes sent them on their way to a 3-0 defeat in Kazakhstan.
Scotland are short of left-backs for their Euro 2020 qualifier in Kazakhstan after Kieran Tierney was ruled out through injury.
Dundee football fanatic Mark McArthur is getting ready to watch Scotland take on Kazakhstan as part of his 10,000-mile round-trip from the city to the Astana Arena.
Scotland take on Kazakhstan for the first time in Astana on Thursday.
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