Scotland player ratings: Scott McTominay stars in famous win over Spain

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Scott McTominay, who netted twice Cyprus on Saturday, was again the two-goal hero as Scotland grabbed a sensational 2-0 win at Hampden Park. It was a sobering evening for Luis de la Fuente, in his second game as Spain boss following the 3-0 win over Norway at the weekend. However, it was a momentous result for Scotland - Spain last lost to the Scots in 1984 at Hampden Park - and it was helped further by the 1-1 draw between Norway and Georgia - June's opponents - earlier in the day. Planet Sport takes a look the player ratings from Scotland's amazing win.

Angus Gunn - 7/10

Made a couple of good first-half saves and his handling was safe.

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Ryan Porteous - 8

Grew into the game and got his head to a number of Spanish crosses after the break.

Grant Hanley - 8

An assured presence in the heart of the Scotland defence.

Kieran Tierney - 8

Defended well and made the most of a rare chance to break forward when he sprinted 70 yards and tricked Dani Carvajal before crossing for the second goal. Went off with a foot knock.

Aaron Hickey - 7

A couple of nervy moments early on but then defended with skill and composure.

Scott McTominay - 9

Found good positions again and twice finished with aplomb to make it four goals in two games.

Callum McGregor - 8

The midfielder was his usual busy self, harrying opponents and moving the ball quickly when he got it.

Andy Robertson - 8

Good pressing and cutback led to Scotland's opener. Risked a red card during a clash with Pedro Porro but the captain escaped with a yellow and delivered an excellent display.

Ryan Christie - 6

Off target with a half-chance in the first period after a positive run. Pressed well and showed good discipline.

John McGinn - 7

Hit the bar with a free-kick and caused other problems from set-pieces.

Lyndon Dykes - 6

Missed a great chance in first-half stoppage-time when he got too much on his dinked effort after doing everything right in the build-up. Did well in the other box to help keep the clean sheet. Substitutes - Steve Clarke waited until 15 minutes were left before bringing on his first substitutes as Kenny McLean offered more caution in midfield and Liam Cooper deputised well for Tierney. Nathan Patterson later replaced the injured Hickey and Lewis Ferguson helped see out the win before late sub Lawrence Shankland had an effort saved. 6

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