Man United Star, McTominay Becomes 1st Scotland Player To Score A Brace Against Spain Since 1984

Manchester United midfield maestro, Scott McTominay was incredible and solid today for Scotland national team in their second game of the Euro championship qualifying campaign at home against Spain at the Hampden Park.

The 26 year old was given a role play in his team starting XI line-up having been a key figure in the squad following his top notch performance in their previous game, where he came off the bench to net a classic brace in their three nil win against Cyprus.

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Scott McTominay in the game was able to make it a brace in back-to-back Euro qualifiers game as he replicated the same tempo in the show of the night, with a goal scored in each half of the game.

The Manchester United star got the lead for the host in the 7th minute to make it one nil which was the only goal that separated the two sides going into the half time break.

He was able to step up his game in the second half of the game as he put up some more dazzling displays and as such got the lead doubled for his team, as he completed his brace of the night in the 51st minute to make it two nil and was also the final scoreline at full time.

Scott McTominay with his brace of the night against the La Rojas has now became the first Scotland player to score a brace against Spain since Mo Johnson in a World Cup qualifier in November 1984.

He will as such be hoping to maintain the standard for his team in their next game as they continue their pursuit in the campaign.

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