Zander Clark 6

Once more given the nod in the absence of Angus Gunn. No chance with Norway opener, left despairing as the second trickled over the line and nowhere near the third. Two big stops in tough conditions in second half.

Nathan Patterson 7

Keeps getting better for Scotland. Tremendous attacking impetus down the right flank. Massive block to deny Donnum tap-in but lost Elyounoussi for late leveller.

Jack Hendry 7

Caught out for Noway's second as Larsen was allowed to get on his wrong side to finish. A composed head and did well on the most part with the switch to a defensive four.

Scott McKenna 8

A colossal performance. Ragdolled the Norway forwards and didn't lose a header the entire night. Confident to step out of the defence and looked in command of the adapted back-four. Booked.

Greg Taylor 6

Huge shoes to fill with both Kieran Tierney and Andy Robertson out. A few testing moments as left side struggled. Just couldn't contain Norwegian offensive with all three goals coming down his side.

Stuart Armstong 7

Continued to impress after his cameo showing against Georgia. Undeniable technique partnered with tremendous work rate in both directions. A smart finish after industrious efforts for Scotland's third.

Scott McTominay 7

For many the standout performer of the entire campaign. Another solid showing from the Manchester United midfielder. Assisted second with wicked delivery.

Callum McGregor 8

Total composure in central midfield. Controlled the game at points with effective running and incisive passing to drive Scotland forward. An absolute no-brainer for next year's finals squad.

Kenny McLean 7

A well-deserved starting opportunity for a long-serving squad member. Did his chances of making the plane to Germany no harm after his cruel injury miss at the last Euros.

John McGinn 8

Stepped up to slot home penalty in the first half. Relentless running paired with craft and quality going forward. Superbly teed up Armstrong for third goal but hobbled off injured in worrying close to match.

Jacob Brown 6

Plenty of energy and enthusiasm on his first start for Scotland but lacked a clinical edge. Took a swipe at fresh air in his only real sight of goal but ran himself into the ground for the cause.

Lyndon Dykes (for Brown, 71) 3

A typical battling, physical contribution.

Ryan Christie (for Armstrong, 71) 3

A few nice touches but less of the ball than he'd have liked.

Lewis Ferguson (for McLean, 71) 3

More valuable minutes from the bench.

Ryan Jack (for McGinn, 78) 3

Shored up the midfield as Norway pressure was building.

Lawrence Shankland (for McGregor, 89) 2

Given the final few minutes.