Scotland concluded a successful Euro 2024 qualifying campaign with an all-action 3-3 draw with Norway at Hampden Park.
Steve Clarke's men fell behind in the third minute of a roller-coaster first half when Aron Donnum fired the visitors ahead before Scotland captain John McGinn levelled from the spot 10 minutes later.
Norway restored their lead through striker Jorgen Larsen in the 20th minute before an own goal in the 33rd minute by visiting defender Leo Ostigard had the Scots level again.
The second half was no less open and a fine finish by midfielder Stuart Armstrong just before the hour mark put the home side ahead but Norway substitute Mohamed Elyounoussi cancelled that out in the 86th minute with a header.
Mail Sport's Brian Majoribanks rated the players on Sunday night.
ZANDER CLARK 6
Unfortunate for the opening goal by Donnum after a deflection from Patterson. May feel he could have done better at the second by Larsen.. Made one good save from Berge before being helpless at Elyounoussi's late leveller
NATHAN PATTERSON 6
The Everton youngster was given his chance after an injury to Aaron Hickey. But he was too slow to close down Donnum as he curled high into the Scotland net. But made a magnificent block to stop Donnum grabbing a second
JACK HENDRY 6
Looked to have been bullied in the build up to the first goal on an often uncomfortable evening. Could it be that moving to play his football in Saudi Arabia with Al-Ettifaq has been detrimental to his competitiveness?
SCOTT MCKENNA 6
The Nottingham Forest defender has not played a minute for his club since a 1-1 draw against Burnley. But Clarke has kept faith in the big centre half. He had his hands full covering as Norway targeted the left side of Scotland's defence.
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