Scotland player ratings in last-gasp World Cup qualifier win over Israel

No chance with Zahavi’s free-kick for the opener and desperately unlucky with the second after shocking defending. Did well with a strong save from a Zahavi header in the second half.

Andy Robertson 7

All you’d expect from the skipper, plenty of effort and  quality. Did brilliantly well to play in to McGinn for equaliser and continued impressive interchange with Tierney all night.

Kieran Tierney 8

The second half was possibly 45 of his bes tminutes for Scotland. Tremendous output from the defender who played most of the second period as a second left wing-back. Delivered the perfect cross for Dykes to level after the break.

Scott McTominay 7

Thrown in at the back for the suspended Grant Hanley. Struggled a little in the first half but stepped out confidently in the second half before bundling home the crucial winner in added time.

Jack Hendry 6

Was caught out by the clever Zahavi in the opening period before improving as the match wore on. Not his best outing but got the all-important flick on for McTominay to hit the winner.

Nathan Patterson 7

Another who endured a tough first half and struggled to hold onto the ball. But he responded with an excellent second half. Desperate to drive down the right and send crosses into the box.

John McGinn 8

No less than what is now expected of Villa man. Tireless in the middle and showed his class with a curling finish in the first half. Gave everything all night and drove the team onto success.

Billy Gilmour 8                                                               

Another top quality shift from the midfield maestro. Brave to win the penalty in the first half before putting on a clinic in midfield play in the second period. Always available and purposeful with his passing.

Callum McGregor 7

Cool, composed and always ready to throw himself into the mix in midfield. Bypassed a little in the first half but superb after the break in pinning back Israel and dominating proceedings.

Lyndon Dykes 7

A mixed night for Dykes, but he won’t care. Always a handful but a missed penalty could’ve ruined his night. Came out in the second half and dragged Scotland back into game with excellent finish but could’ve had a third.

Che Adams 6

Did his best to partner Dykes and chase down any balls in the channels. Could maybe have done better with a chance in the first minute but a constant willing runner at Hampden.

Ryan Christie (for Adams, 68) 4

Teed up McGinn late on with a superb cross, but Marciano did well to save.

Liam Cooper (for Gilmour, 90) N/A

On for the final few minutes.

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