GLASGOW CITY suffered a bad case of 'les bleus' on Saturday night as their Champions League dream was taken apart piece by piece in Paris.
STEVEN FLETCHER last night basked in the glory of becoming the first Scotland player to score a hat-trick for almost 46 years and recording an achievement that proved beyond even the legendary Kenny Dalglish.
If not for his proficiency with a ball at his feet, Lewis Vaughan would have been roaring on Hibernian alongside his mates in the Val McDermid Stand on Saturday.
Rarely has the famous old Hearts ditty been sung with such gusto.
THE Championship title has been won with weeks to spare but the battle for promotion play-off places looks likely to go the distance.
Humble pie is such a part of the football scene you almost expect Peter Frampton to pitch up at a post-match press conference.
THE scene is the home dressing-room at 4.45pm.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill expects match-winner Kyle Lafferty to be a wanted man this summer after his first-half double downed Finland at Windsor Park.
HE could make light of it come full-time but for 10 long minutes Gibraltar made Gordon Strachan's life "a misery".
THERE is the easy way of doing things.
DANIEL Purvis regained his all-around title by upstaging England's world silver medallist Max Whitlock in the British Championships at Liverpool's Echo Arena last night.
PERHAPS it was because the Championship trophy itself wasn't around to gulp it out of.
FALKIRK'S play-off plans were blown off course after they went down 1-0 at Dumbarton.
STRANRAER kept their slender advantage at the top but it was far from straightforward as they edged Peterhead 2-1 at Balmoor.