World Cup play-off place secured the Scotland way

Scotland secured a spot in the World Cup play-offs with the win over Moldova. 

And it was a more comfortable watch for the Tartan Army than in high-pressure matches in recent history.

It's becoming a trend that when it matters in qualification, Steve Clarke's side are proving they have what it takes.

Of course, there were a few nervy moments with Craig Gordon forced into a number of smart stops - not to mention the late penalty save.

But Scotland looked in control and did what they needed to do in order to keep the dream of Qatar 2022 qualification alive.

It's a much more enjoyable time to be a Scotland fan and watch the team do things the new Scotland way.

Che Adams answers call with Lyndon Dykes out

It was a massive night for Che Adams tasked with leading the line on his own as Lyndon Dykes served a suspension.

Adams only had two goals in his Scotland career tonight but has never dropped has been a major player under Clarke.

And tonight he was rewarded for his huge efforts throughout his time in the national team grabbing a goal.

But it wasn't without some disappointment coming from two goals ruled out for offside decisions.

Adams had to perform in the absence of Dykes and did well to run the channels and link the play while also popping up with the second goal.

Suspension tightrope against Denmark

Scotland have no less than seven players walking the suspension tightrope in the match against Denmark.

Two bookings in qualification leads to a one-match suspension with Nathan Patterson out for the match on Monday through the rule after a booking tonight.

But more concerning for Clarke will be the players who could miss the first-match in the play-offs if they were to pick up a booking at Hampden.

Jack Hendry, Stephen O'Donnell, Andy Robertson, John McGinn, Billy Gilmour, Kevin Nisbet and Che Adams are all a booking away from missing the first match of the play-offs.