It shows Macedonia kicking off the second half and knocking a few passes around before anyone seems to realise their goal is exposed, goalkeeper Tomislav Pacovski having still to emerge from the tunnel and take his place between the posts.
Out of shot is Matt Gilks, the Blackpool goalkeeper who replaced David Marshall at the break after the latter succumbed to a hip problem. Gilks' cameo would last 45 minutes but he came through it without the sort of blooper which had starred his Macedonian counterpart, albeit the Scot will seek to fast-forward past the goal he conceded seven minutes from the end of the World Cup Group A qualifier.
There were moments he will replay to anyone willing to listen, though; that smothering save from a shot by Ivan Trickovski, another diving stop to thwart the Macedonian and then his acrobatic save after Mirko Ivanovski had swerved an effort across goal. In all, Gilks could reflect on a confident performance and one which belied his inexperience at international level.
"It's a different kind of pressure playing at international level to club level, I have to take my hat off to these lads who do it every time we come away," said the 31-year-old, who has three caps. "Obviously I don't. It was 45 minutes of pure concentration. Thankfully I managed that and we got the win."
The Blackpool player's previous appearances came in friendly wins against Faroe Islands and Australia. Those results are to be savoured - this is Scotland, after all - but Gilks is aware of the significance the national team can place on a win in Skopje which hoists them off the bottom of Group A and above both their hosts and Wales.
"I am over the moon we got the win," said the goalkeeper. "I know they got one back but I thought we dominated the game."