McTominay gives Scotland dramatic win, England thrash Andorra

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Pulse-gh Oct. 10, 2021 2:16 a.m.

McTominay gives Scotland dramatic win, England thrash Andorra

Ukraine ended a run of five straight draws with a 2-1 victory in Finland to consolidate their grip on second place in Group D.

The Euro 2020 quarter-finalists are two points ahead of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who beat Kazakhstan 2-0, and four points behind France The win takes Scotland four points clear of Israel in second place in Group F with three matches remaining as they bid to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1998.

The Swiss are three points behind Italy in Group C with a game in hand and lead third-placed Northern Ireland by six points.

"It has been a long time coming and it's about time that I scored because everyone has been saying it to me," Grealish told the BBC.

The Scots still hold a slim chance of topping the group, trailing leaders Denmark, who cruised past Moldova 4-0 in Chisinau, by seven points.

Bukayo Saka made the points safe before half-time and Roma striker Tammy Abraham made the most of a rare start by scoring in the 59th minute.

The Greeks remain unbeaten and are three points behind Sweden and also have a game in hand on Spain.

England remain four points clear at the top of Group I after second-placed Albania won 1-0 against Hungary in Budapest..

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