Miroslav Zelinka will officiate Scotland's Euro 2016 qualifying match tomorrow, two years after he was accused of favouring a Scottish club side in a Champions League qualifier in Glasgow.

The Czech oversaw the meeting between Celtic and Finnish club HJK Helsinki, a match in which he allowed Charlie Mulgrew's controversial goal to stand as the Glasgow club secured a precious 2-1 victory. Helsinki had made a substitution to allow the former Hearts striker Juho Makela to make way for Berat Sadik, but Zelinka allowed Kris Commons to take the corner before the Helsinki player had got into the box to mark Mulgrew.

The Celtic man scored easily to equalise for the home side since Sadik was nowhere near him, leading to furious protests from the Finnish side.

"This was a terrible mistake by the Czech referee," Antti Muurinen, the Helsinki manager, said at the time. "I just don't understand why the ref allowed them to take the corner kick."

Zelinka has also developed a reputation for being fussy. He showed 10 cards as Barcelona won against Benfica in last season's UEFA Youth League Final.