Scotland enjoyed a much-need victory away to Lithuania, with Gordon Strachan’s side running out 3-0 winners.
The highlight of the game came via a cracking strike from Liverpool new-boy Andy Robertson.
Picking up the ball outside the Lithuanian box, the 23-year-old former Hull defender unleashed a beautifully controlled left-footed effort which sailed into the back of the net…
Who needs Thomas Lemar when you have Andy Robertson? pic.twitter.com/zDrt5OhItJ
— James Nalton (@JDNalton) September 1, 2017
Quite a superb effort from the former Hull man!
Scotland had opened the scoring on 24 minutes, when Stuart Armstrong powered home a Leigh Griffiths’ corner.
⚽️ Stuart Armstrong pic.twitter.com/a702e3fp1R
— Read Celtic (@ReadCeltic) September 1, 2017
Then, late on, James McArthur wrapped up the game after poor defending from the hosts.
The win sees the Scots go third in Group F and keep their hopes of booking a place in Russia next summer alive.