Craig Gordon 6: Didn't really have a chance with either early goal though could be argued he could have been off his line quicker for second. Made some decent stops.

Andy Robertson 6: Asked to play as right-wing back but decision didn't pay off. Spent vast majority of the game in his own half and provided little as an attacking threat. Things changed in second-half to an extent, but not enough.

Liam Cooper 5: Seemed quite clear he hadn't played too often with his central defensive partners. A couple of mix-ups conceded possession at times but stood up well enough to the physical battle.

Grant Hanley 6: Another who seems to enjoy the aerial duel but found it tough, like the rest of the defence, to deal with the Danes' high press. Appears to be growing into the starting XI, though.

Scott McKenna 5: Failed to step out quickly enough for second Denmark goal and didn't reappear for the second-half as was replaced by Dykes.

Kieran Tierney 5: Caught ball-watching just before he was at fault for the opening goal for the same crime. Hardly managed to venture forward, either, as Scotland were penned into their own half.

Billy Gilmour 7: Desperately close to pulling a goal back early in the second-half. Wasn't afraid to try the riskier passes but it didn't come off often enough. Slick passing and always looked forward and our best player on the night.

Callum McGregor 5: Really wasn't his night. Uncharacteristically allowed the game to pass him by as Denmark played defence to attack and found it difficult to get any time on the ball.

Kenny McLean 5: Like McGregor the game went by without his influence. Was warned after a late challenge in the first-half which seemingly put him off in the second. Subbed.

Ryan Fraser 5: Game didn't suit him at all. Offered absolutely nothing in the first-half and didn't improve much after the restart. In his defence perhaps route one to a 5ft 5in striker is not the best tactic to suit the Newcastle man. Denied by a terrific Schmeichel save.

Che Adams 5: Seriously starved of any sort of valuable possession, mostly due to his teammates behind him letting him down. Then again, unable to make anything that did come his way stick. Subbed.


Lyndon Dykes (on for McKenna, 46) 4: The on-form QPR striker was given the second-half for McKenna but had the same issue making any sort of trouble for the Danes.

Ryan Christie (on for Adams, 71) 4: Given last 20 minutes but Denmark had most of the ball and Bournemouth new boy didn't get involved.

David Turnbull (on for McLean, 85) 3: Put in a decent cross or two late on but too little, too late for Scotland.

Lewis Ferguson (on for Gilmour, 90+2) N/A