Craig Gordon 7

Had little to do. After his stellar display against Ukraine last week, the Hearts stopper was rarely called into action in this one.

Andy Robertson 7

Was a lot livelier compared to last week. Hard to be too critical though after a long, hard season, with bitter disappointment in the end for Liverpool. Got forward well, nature of the opposition helped.

John Souttar 8

Looked comfortable throughout. Was afforded plenty of time on the ball, which suits his style of ball carrying. Spent plenty of time in Armenia’s half. Brilliantly halted an Armenia attack on 60-minutes.

John McGinn 7

Had a few strikes from distance during opening 30-minutes of the game. With his quality you’d expect him to have done better. Still a massive driving force. Notched assist for McKenna.

Callum McGregor 6

A quieter evening for the Celtic captain than usual, but his performance was still of a high standard. Booked.

Che Adams 6

Seemed more comfortable in the more traditional lone-striker role, with the attacking midfielders providing plenty of energy around him. Raced through on goal, but his shot was deflected wide. Had other opportunities but couldn’t move ball out of his feet quick enough.

Ryan Christie 7

Looked to have a glorious first-half chance, but he blasted his volley over the bar. Played delightful through-ball for Adams, but no goal. Miscued a diving header in second period.

Jack Hendry 8

Like Souttar, the defender is a ball-playing centre-half and he was allowed to express himself. A very good option for Steve Clarke, he should be staking a claim to be a nailed on starter in the big games.

Scott McKenna 9

All of Scotland’s centre-backs were able to spend plenty of time in the opposition half. McKenna looked confident and assured. Scored with a towering header from a corner. Had another ruled out by VAR. Put in a big tackle to prevent a dangerous Armenia chance.

Stuart Armstrong 7

Southampton attacker had the first chance of the match, after being teed up by Ralston. Was unlucky to see it clip the post. Produced superb cross for the opener.

Anthony Ralston 9

He’s certainly provided Clarke with food for thought on his first start. He was involved in various positive attacking moves down the right, often being the creative source. Got up and down constantly. Deserved his goal and you could see what it meant. A lovely guided header.


Nathan Patterson (for Ralston, 75’) 3

Good to see him back from injury.

Aaron Hickey (for Robertson, 75’) 3

Another cap under his belt.

Scott McTominay (for Armstrong 75’) 3

Stroked ball about comfortably in midfield.

Jacob Brown (for Adams, 86’) 2

On for final minutes.

Ross Stewart (for Christie, 86’) 2

Came on for his debut.