Iceland U21 2 Scotland U21 0: Losing start to Scot Gemmill's reign as Vikings secure crucial win
SCOT GEMMILL'S new look Scotland Under 21s were blown away in an Icelandic gale yesterday in his first game in charge, but it could have been so different if Oliver McBurnie hadn't seen his second half penalty saved.
Gemmill started eight new faces and gave three more debuts as subs for the penultimate qualifier in the tiny Vikingsvollur Stadium in Reykjavik, with only skipper Jordan McGhee, Liam Henderson and McBurnie having international experience at this level.
But in a Gale Force Nine wind and driving horizontal wind, his young Scots went down to a couple of second half goals, with... read more
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