ALLAN MCGREGOR: The Hull keeper had little to do aside from dealing with a couple of corners, crosses and a header from his former Rangers team mate, Nikica Jelavic. 6/10
ALAN HUTTON: The out-of-favour Aston Villa right-back was playing in only his fourth game of the season - all for Scotland. He provided good width and pace, especially in the first half and was always willing to go forward. 7.
RUSSELL MARTIN: The Norwich defender, who has formed a partnership with Grant Hanley in recent games, reads the game well which allowed him to make good interceptions. 6.
GRANT HANLEY: Big, solid and robust, the Blackburn stopper enjoyed the physical battles. He mistimed a header and gave Mario Mandzukic a chance midway through the first half and was slow to react for the chance which fell to substitute Eduardo after the break but is learning with every international game. 6.
CHARLIE MULGREW: Moved to left-back, the Celtic player had to work hard defensively in the early stages as Croatia skipper Darijo Srna threatened but he did brilliantly to set up Snodgrass' goal. 7.
BARRY BANNAN: The left-footed Crystal Palace midfielder played on the right-hand side of midfield. Was confident enough to take the penalty but saw it saved by Stipe Pletikosa. 7.
SCOTT BROWN: The Scots captain was energetic and enthusiastic as usual but hesitated when presented with a good shooting chance in the first half.6.
JAMES MORRISON: Playing deeper in midfield which curtailed his forays up the park but the West Brom player was neat and tidy in possession. Booked for a foul after the break. 7.
IKECHI ANYA: He became the Tartan Army's new hero after scoring in his first start in Macedonia but had to play more defensively against the Croats in the first half. But he won the penalty after going down in a challenge from Domagoj Vida. 7.
ROBERT SNODGRASS: The Norwich forward scored the winner against Croatia in June and notched again, this time with a fine header from Mulgrew's cross before hitting the post. Great night for the player who joined up with the squad late after his partner, Denise, gave birth last week to their second child. 8.
STEVEN NAISMITH: The Everton striker was presented with a silver medal before the game to commemorate his 25th appearance and capped the night off by scoring the second when he followed up on Bannan's penalty which had been saved. Playing through the middle, he was lively and purposeful in possession - A willing workhorse. 8.
GRAHAM DORRANS: Replaced Anya after the Watford wide-man had taken one tackle too many. Did some good mopping up as the visitors tried to get back into the game. 5.
JAMES MCARTHUR: Came on for Snodgrass with eight minutes remaining to help Scotland see the game out. 5.
CHRIS BURKE: Replaced Bannan with two minutes remaining to run the clock down. 5.