Scotland 3-0 Ukraine: Nations League – as it happened

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High-energy Scotland scored three and could have had a few more as they moved to the top of Group B1

That’s all from Hampden, then, after one of Scotland’s best performances for years. Ewan Murray was there to witness it, and here’s his report. Thanks for reading this MBM. Nighty night.

Scotland coach Steve Clarke speaks to Premier Sports. “I’m pleased for the players. They suffered in the summer more than anybody. We did a lot of work in the very short amount of preparation time we had. Most of it boring, in the lecture room, walking through things on the pitch. We gave them a lot of information and obviously they took it on board. The scoreline looks good, but we still have a lot of work to do as a group. It’s nice that we’ve responded in this manner but we have a tough game on Saturday so we’ll have to be ready to go again. If you beat a team of Ukraine’s quality and it ends up comfortable, you have to take some confidence from it. We know Ireland are a good team, with a full week’s preparation. We’ll be ready for Saturday.”

Clarke doesn’t have any further news on Nathan Patterson, who “felt something in his leg”. He also reports that David Turnbull has a knock on his ankle that isn’t going to clear up in time for Scotland, so will be leaving the squad to recover with Celtic.

Two-goal hero Lyndon Dykes adds: “We wanted to prove everyone wrong and show we could have done better [against Ukraine in June]. This is going to give us massive confidence. We’ve got one to give to Ireland as well because that last game wasn’t up to the standard. We have to make sure we get three points.” A rallying cry, right there. Also a few words for Stephen Kenny to stick up on the dressing room wall in lieu of a team-talk come Saturday. It’s going to be a big one!

Steve Clarke will be along soon to deliver his verdict to Premier Sports, no doubt. So stick around for that. In the meantime, Ewan Murray’s report has landed, so get stuck in!

Stand-in Scotland captain John McGinn speaks to Premier Sports. “We needed it. The summer hurt us badly, and tonight we needed to get back to what we do well: be horrible to play against, graft, show desire, and tonight we worked and worked. Ukraine are a really good team, we proved that in the summer, but we got our goals at good times and it’s a huge win for us. We know we’re a good team and underperformed in the summer. We can make as many excuses as we want, but we didn’t turn up and we owed the manager a performance, the supporters a performance, and most importantly ourselves a performance. The second half was as good as we’ve played in a long time. Hopefully I’m back on the goal trail for both country and my club [Aston Villa] as well. We didn’t turn up in Dublin so we need to make sure we turn up in Glasgow on Saturday night. We’re a top team and it’s about time we started to show it. Thankfully we did tonight.”

FULL TIME: Scotland 3-0 Ukraine

The whistle goes, and Hampden celebrates. Scotland were magnificent, especially in the second half. This scoreline doesn’t flatter them at all. Ukraine simply weren’t allowed to play, a little bit of revenge taken for the World Cup qualifying defeat in June. Scotland go top of Group B1, and next up are the Republic of Ireland on Saturday. That’ll be a big one.

Scotland’s Lyndon Dykes (second left) celebrates with Kieran Tierney and team-mates after the final whistle.
Scotland’s Lyndon Dykes (second left) celebrates with Kieran Tierney and team-mates after the final whistle. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/Reuters
Ukraine's players salute their fans at the end of the match.
Ukraine's players salute their fans … Photograph: Andy Buchanan/AFP/Getty Images
Ukraine fans look dejected after the final whistle.
Who understandably look dejected. Photograph: Lee Smith/Action Images/Reuters


90 min +2: The ball drops to McGinn on the edge of the D. His eyes light up. Volley time! Sadly he slices it woefully. If you’re going to do that, do it when you’re three up with 60 seconds to play.

90 min +1: Malinovskyi is booked for a frustrated clatter into McTominay.

90 min: There will be three additional minutes. The Tartan Army getting stuck into the olés now.

89 min: Flower of Scotland getting a good airing right now. “Given the Bondar villain’s shenanigans earlier, it’s only fitting that Scotland’s opening goal was scored by their number 007.” The name’s Oh. Peter Oh.

88 min: Another corner out on the left. Can Fraser and Dykes combine for an eight-minute triptych? Not quite. Trubin punches clear. Fraser picks up the clearance and cuts in from the left before fizzing a low shot wide left.

GOAL! Scotland 3-0 Ukraine (Dykes 87)

Another corner out on the left. Fraser and Dykes repeat the trick. It’s almost a carbon copy of Scotland’s second. Dykes hangs high to outjump Ihnatenko and plants another into the bottom right. Almost in slow motion! This scoreline doesn’t flatter Scotland at all.

Lyndon Dykes sends a looping header goalwards to score his second, and Scotland’s third goal of the game.
Lyndon Dykes sends a looping header goalwards to score his second, and Scotland’s third goal of the game. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/Reuters
Lyndon Dykes celebrates scoring his second, and Scotland’s third, goal
Dykes celebrates. Photograph: Scott Heppell/AP


85 min: Christie and Tierney are replaced by McLean and Taylor.

84 min: Pikhalonok and Mudryk – so quiet after briefly shining during the opening exchanges – are replaced by Ihnatenko and Zubkov.

82 min: Ukraine try to respond but there’s nothing in the tank. Sydorchuk is booked for dragging back Dykes, spinning near the centre circle.

GOAL! Scotland 2-0 Ukraine (Dykes 80)

Fraser swings the corner towards Dykes, on the left-hand corner of the six-yard box. He rises miles above Malinovskyi and plants a header into the bottom right. The substitutes waste no time in combining to double Scotland’s lead!

Lyndon Dykes heads home to double Scotland’s lead.
Lyndon Dykes rises highest and heads goalwards. Photograph: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images
Ukraine’s goalkeeper Anatolii Trubin and Oleksandr Karavaev look dejected as Scotland’s Lyndon Dykes celebrates scoring their second goal.
Ukraine’s goalkeeper Anatolii Trubin and Oleksandr Karavaev look dejected as Scotland’s Lyndon Dykes celebrates scoring their second goal. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/Reuters


79 min: Christie’s presence out on the left forces Karavaev into the concession of another corner. And from that …

78 min: Ukraine once again fail to clear their lines properly, allowing Tierney to line up a shot from the edge of the D. He sends a bumper towards the bottom left. It’s not the best strike, but the unsighted Trubin can only react late, and turns around for a corner. Nothing comes of that, but Scotland are well on top here. Can they see it out? Can they add a second? Anything is possible.

77 min: Armstrong and Adams make way for Fraser and Dykes. Both departing players will wonder how on earth they aren’t on the scoresheet. They’ve had their chances, come very close, and played extremely well.

76 min: Ukraine can’t deal with the Scottish press at all. They’re struggling to get out of their final third. Adams can’t quite get a shot away when just inside the box on the left; then McGinn takes a speculative shot from distance that’s deflected out for a corner on the left. The set piece is played back up the wing for Armstrong, who crosses long for McKenna. The defender heads harmlessly over from six yards.

74 min: Bondar is still getting pelters. Of course he is. Marvellous fun, and we’re still three months away from pantomime season.

72 min: During the celebrations, Yaremchuk is booked for suggesting McGinn fouled Bondar as he turned to score. Some irony there, given Bondar should have been red-carded just before the break.

GOAL! Scotland 1-0 Ukraine (McGinn 70)

This has been coming, and it’s richly deserved! Adams tries to steer home Christie’s low left-wing cross. Blocked. The ball breaks to Tierney, who rolls down the inside-left channel towards McGinn, just inside the box. He holds off his man, turns, and sends a forensic strike into the bottom right! Hampden erupts!

Scotland’s John McGinn fires home to give the home side a deserved lead.
Scotland’s John McGinn fires home to give the home side a deserved lead. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/Reuters
Scotland’s John McGinn celebrates after opening the scoring.
McGinn celebrates after opening the scoring. Photograph: Colin Poultney/ProSports/Shutterstock
Scotland’s John McGinn celebrates scoring their side’s first goal of the game.
Happiness abounds around Hampden. Photograph: Steve Welsh/PA


68 min: Adams bustles down the inside-left channel, exchanging passes with McGinn before pulling back from the byline for Armstrong … and how many chances does Armstrong need? He meets the ball six yards out, but sends a woeful header wide right of the target when he really should have scored. Armstrong has been excellent on the whole, but that’s four very good chances to score now. A strange personal performance.

67 min: Ukraine make a double change. Artem Dovbyk and captain Andriy Yarmolenko make way for Roman Yaremchuk and Viktor Tsygankov.

66 min: Despite all the excitement, the home fans aren’t forgetting to boo Bondar whenever the body-slammin’ defender touches the ball. Admirable grudge-holding.

65 min: Ukraine respond through Mykhaylichenko, who drives towards the Scotland box down the inside-left channel … only to be relieved of possession by the excellent Hickey. The hosts clear their lines.

63 min: From the corner, Adams nearly scores on two separate occasions, both from McGinn’s right-wing loopers. First up, Adams heads towards the top left. With Trubin beaten all ends up, the ball twangs off the underside of the bar and away. Then, as Scotland recycle possession, he heads the second cross down. Trubin hacks away with his feet. So close, and Hampden is bubbling now!

Scotland’s Che Adams reacts after his header comes off the bar.
Scotland’s Che Adams reacts after his header comes off the bar. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/Reuters
Scotland’s Che Adams heads at goal.
Scotland’s Che Adams heads at goal for a second time ... Photograph: Steve Welsh/PA
Scotland’s Che Adams heads at goal but it’s saved by Ukraine keeper Anatolii Trubin.
But looks on as he’s denied by the outstretched leg of Ukraine’s keeper Anatolii Trubin. Photograph: Steve Welsh/PA


62 min: Hickey slips a glorious ball down the right flank for Armstrong, who enters the box and could shoot – possibly should shoot – but perhaps still thinking about that miss a couple of minutes ago, cuts back … to nobody in particular. But the ball pinballs back towards Hickey, who drives towards the bottom right. The shot is deflected inches wide of goal. Corner.

60 min: McGinn takes down a high ball to the left of the Ukraine D. He spins and shoots. It’s blocked. Scotland come again, Armstrong cutting in from the right and one-twoing with McTominay, whose lovely backflick sends his team-mate into space in the box. Armstrong leans back and converts for some rugby points. What a miss. In a parallel universe somewhere, Armstrong has bagged the match ball already.

58 min: Scotland press and Ukraine ship possession. Tierney strides into the box from the left and cuts back for Armstrong, who slaps his shot straight at Trubin. The Saints midfielder has had his chances this evening.

56 min: McGinn plays a cute pass around the corner to send Tierney off down the left. His dangerous cross is cleared with Adams lurking, and Ukraine break. Yarmolenko slips a pass down the centre for Dovbyk, who for a second looks like tearing clear, only to be denied by a superb last-ditch slide by Hendry. The flag eventually goes up for offside, but take nothing away from that brilliantly timed tackle.

Scotland's Jack Hendry tackles Ukraine's Artem Dovbyk.
Scotland's Jack Hendry tackles Ukraine's Artem Dovbyk. Photograph: Lee Smith/Action Images/Reuters


54 min: Scotland press Ukraine back again … and once more fail to pick any sort of final pass that would trouble their opponents. They’ve been decent up until the final third. A fairly big caveat, but there we are.

52 min: Gordon races out of his area to blooter clear under pressure from Yarmolenko, who is tearing down the middle. Mudryk, out on the Ukraine left, tries to return it goalwards from distance. The net is unguarded, but the ball bounces harmlessly miles wide right. Hearts in Scottish mouths for a split second there.

51 min: Tierney flings in a long throw from the left. Armstrong tries to win a header in the box but times his jump all wrong and it’s an easy claim for Trubin.

50 min: All a bit cagey for now.

48 min: A nice touch and turn from Hickey, put under pressure by Gordon’s pass, gets Scotland out of trouble. He’s looked sharp since coming on for Patterson, having also crucially diverted the ball away from the in-flight Mudryk towards the end of the first half.

46 min: Ukraine stroke it around the back. Plenty of pantomime pelters for Valeriy Bondar every time he touches the ball. Expect that to be the soundtrack of the second half. The Tartan Army are fuming.

Ukraine get the second half underway. They’ve replaced Taras Stepanenko with Serhiy Sydorchuk.

HALF TIME: Scotland 0-0 Ukraine

All square at the break, though Ukraine should be down to ten men.

45 min +2: After a couple of minutes, Adams is back up and running. Nothing comes of the resulting free kick. Scotland are fuming, with Steve Clarke giving the fourth official the benefit of his advice.

45 min: Adams steals the ball off Matviyenko in the middle of the park and knocks it past Bondar. As he starts chasing after it at full pelt, he’s crudely bodychecked, arm and shoulder under chin, at huge force by Bondar. It’s just a yellow, which is ridiculous, even if the defender wasn’t the last man. That was unbelievably cynical, and overly aggressive to boot. It should have been a red.

Ukraine's Valeriy Bondar fouls Scotland's Che Adams and was subsequently shown a yellow card.
Oooof. That’s gotta hurt. Photograph: Lee Smith/Action Images/Reuters


44 min: Armstrong, Adams and Christie get in each other’s way on the edge of the Ukraine box. The visitors don’t need to defend the situation, as the hosts, bunched too close together, effectively nix themselves.

43 min: McTominay, just to the right of the D, slides a diagonal pass into the road of Christie, entering the box down the inside-left channel. Christie lets the ball roll under his foot, and another good Scotland move breaks down in the final third.

41 min: Scotland pin Ukraine back without ever looking like seriously threatening the goal. Some nice possession, but when Adams has half a chance to spin and shoot, he fails to control and the chance goes begging.

39 min: Mudryk hits a low shot-cum-cross from a tight spot on the left. Gordon uses both fists to bash clear in the no-nonsense style. That might be Ukraine’s first shot on target, or nearly on target at the very least.

38 min: McTominay intercepts and slips infield to McGinn, just to the right of the Ukraine D. He attempts a Le Tissieresque flick, swivel and volley, but the erstwhile Southampton man made that sort of thing look much easier than it is. Goal kick.

37 min: More patient passing. A period of possession for the purists.

35 min: Scotland ping it around the middle in the patient style.

33 min: A nice touch on the sidelines as Ukraine coach Oleksandr Petrakov rushes across to wish Patterson his best as he finally disappears down the tunnel.

Ukrainian head coach Oleksandr Petrakov (centre) wishes Scotland's Nathan Patterson a speedy recovery as he is stretchered off.
Ukrainian head coach Oleksandr Petrakov (centre) wishes Scotland's Nathan Patterson a speedy recovery as he is stretchered off. Photograph: Scott Heppell/AP


31 min: Malinovskyi blooters the free kick straight into the wall.

Ukraine's midfielder Ruslan Malinovskiy shoots a free kick into Scotland's wall.
Ukraine's midfielder Ruslan Malinovskiy shoots a free kick into Scotland's wall. Photograph: Andy Buchanan/AFP/Getty Images


30 min: Scotland had their tails up before Patterson’s injury, and they’re now a little subdued as a result. Mudryk takes advantage of the dip in energy by turning on the jets and running slap bang into Hendry, 25 yards out. Free kick in a dangerous position.

28 min: As the game restarts, Hampden sees off Patterson with applause and best wishes. Scotland will miss him. So will Everton if the injury is serious. Hopefully it’s not as bad as it looks and the stretcher is precautionary; he initially limped off the field of play under his own steam. God speed young man.

26 min: Patterson makes way for Hickey and is loaded onto a stretcher. It looked like he’d landed awkwardly on his leg after an accidental coming together with Malinovskyi.

24 min: Patterson has taken a whack and it doesn’t look as though he’ll be able to continue. He looks beyond gutted, which is no surprise given his impressive start to the game.

22 min: McGregor snaffles possession 30 yards out and and tees up Christie, who can’t control on the edge of the D. The ball breaks to Armstrong, who drives low from a tight angle on the right. Trubin parries. Christie can’t control the rebound and the chance – a big chance, with the keeper stranded – is gone.


20 min: Tierney swings long again from the left. Armstrong once more recycles on the other flank. He dinks a cross in for Christie, who beats the charging keeper Trubin to the ball, but can’t loop his header on target. Goal kick. Scotland are creating chances.

18 min: The rain is pelting down and the turf is now greasy. Stepanenko slips hysterically across it and cleans out McGinn. The first booking of the evening.

17 min: Tierney crosses deep from the left. Armstrong gathers on the other flank and pulls back for Patterson, who swings into the centre. McGinn flicks a header wide left. More decent football from the hosts.

16 min: Nothing comes of the resulting corner, but that’s a promising period of play for Scotland.


15 min: McTominay and Armstrong combine crisply down the middle, the latter sliding a pass down the inside-right channel for Patterson. The full back hesitates before shooting, and Mudryk, tracking back, pokes out for a corner. Had Patterson been sharper of thought there, he’d surely have tested Trubin from 12 yards or so.

Scotland’s Nathan Patterson (left) in action against Mykhailo Mudryk of Ukraine.
Scotland’s Nathan Patterson (left) in action against Mykhailo Mudryk of Ukraine. Photograph: Robert Perry/EPA


13 min: Armstrong swings a ball in from the right. Adams stands strong to flick a header wide left for Christie, who fizzes a sensational low return through the Ukraine box. Adams can’t lunge at the cross from six yards. Had he made any sort of contact, that was surely the opening goal. Decent move, and lovely cross.

11 min: Adams tears off down the left, sent clear by Tierney’s pass along the touchline. Adams drops a shoulder to skate past Bondar and enter the box, but his weak sidefoot is easy for Trubin. He should have done better. The flag goes up for offside, but again, had the ball ended up in the net, VAR might have overturned a borderline decision.

10 min: Ukraine are dominating possession now. A lot of patient passing in the middle of the park. Mykhaylichenko eventually whips one in low from the left. There’s nobody in yellow in the box.

8 min: Ukraine have two players one booking away from suspension: Mykola Matviyenko and the captain Andriy Yarmolenko. They’d miss their trip to Armenia on Saturday.

6 min: Christie and McGinn buzz around with purpose down the left. The latter eventually sends a weak cross into the box, and it’s easy meat for Trubin in the Ukraine goal. Both sides look well up for this.

5 min: More space for Mudryk down the Ukraine left. He can’t find anyone in the middle, but the ball pinballs around the Scottish box for a while. it could be a long night for Patterson, Armstrong and McTominay on this flank.

4 min: Scotland respond well. Patterson launches down the inside-right channel. McGinn flicks on and very nearly sends Adams into space. Not quite, but that’s got the crowd, unsettled by Ukraine’s confident start, going again.

3 min: A long pass sends Dovbyk free down the middle. The flag eventually goes up for offside, but had he rippled the net, VAR might have had something to say about that decision. It looked very close. A fast start by Ukraine.

2 min: The dangerous Mudryk nearly breaks clear down the left. He’s forced to turn tail, just in time, by McTominay, but already the young winger has signalled his intentions.

Scotland kick off. Four Scotland players are one booking away from suspension, incidentally. Should Scott McTominay, Callum McGregor, Che Adams or Ryan Christie pick up a yellow, they’ll miss the match against the Republic of Ireland on Saturday.

Before kick-off, a minute of applause in memory of Queen Elizabeth II. Warm applause, but also plenty of booing simmering away underneath it all. Each to their own, nobody’s under any obligation. Bodyswerving the silence probably the best idea the SFA have had in a while, mind.

Fans and players applaud in memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Fans and players applaud in memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Photograph: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images


The teams are out! A wonderful atmosphere at Hampden. Scotland wear their dark blue, while Ukraine are in their first-choice yellow. As they take to the pitch, each Ukrainian is draped in their national flag. Splendid renditions of both anthems. Flower of Scotland belted out with feeling, of course, but Ще не вмерла України і слава, і воля is also respectfully and warmly received. The glory and freedom of Ukraine has not yet perished. We’ll be off in a minute.

The teams take to the pitch with the Ukraine players draped in their national flag.
The teams take to the pitch with the Ukraine players draped in their national flag. Photograph: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images
A Ukraine fan looks emotional as he sings their national anthem.
A Ukraine fan looks overcome with emotion as he sings their national anthem. Photograph: Lee Smith/Action Images/Reuters


Steve Clarke talks to Premier Sports. “It’s always nice to play here, especially when you’ve got a full house. We’ve had some great nights here. Obviously a disappointing one in the summer, but tonight is about putting that right. We have to be mindful of the fact we had a good World Cup campaign. The disappointment was not finishing it off in the play-offs and getting to the World Cup. What we want to do now is get back to what we were good at before: an energetic team that creates chances and gets the crowd excited. Both teams are slightly different to the summer, but I’m sure it’ll be a good match. We’re going to have to be much better to get a result.”

Scotland coach Steve Clarke makes three changes to the starting XI named for the 4-1 victory in Armenia back in June. Kieran Tierney, Scott McKenna and Ryan Christie are in; they replace Grant Hanley, Greg Taylor and Billy Gilmour.

There’s no Oleksandr Zinchenko for Ukraine. The Arsenal and former Manchester City utility man is out with a calf problem. Mykhailo Mudryk, who scored for Shakhtar Donetsk against Celtic in the Champions League last week, will patrol the left flank.

The teams

Scotland: Gordon, Patterson, McTominay, Hendry, McKenna, Tierney, Armstrong, McGinn, McGregor, Christie, Adams.
Subs: Kelly, McCrorie, Taylor, Porteous, Dykes, Gilmour, Ralston, Fraser, Jack, Hickey, McLean.

Ukraine: Trubin, Karavaev, Matviyenko, Bondar, Mykhaylichenko, Stepanenko, Yarmolenko, Pikhalonok, Malinovskyi, Mudryk, Dovbyk.
Subs: Lunin, Riznyk, Kryvtsov, Sydorchuk, Yaremchuk, Kacharaba, Ihnatenko, Tsygankov, Mykolenko, Tymchyk, Zubkov.

Referee: Maurizio Mariani (Italy).


The last time these two countries met, three months and three weeks ago, this happened …

… after which Scotland embarked on their Nations League Group B1 campaign, home and away wins over Armenia sandwiching a 3-0 humping by the Republic of Ireland in Dublin. Steve Clarke’s team really need a payback victory over Ukraine tonight, if they’re to retain hope of winning the group, with the visit of Ireland and a trip to face the Ukrainians on neutral soil to come during this international break. Kick off at Hampden is 7.45pm BST. It’s on!


Scott Murray

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