Big night for Scotland’s bid for qualification for next year’s World Cup, with a special thanks to one Manchester United midfielder.
The Scots suffered an early setback when Israel put a free-kick past goalkeeper Craig Gordon after five minutes.
However, Steve Clarke’s side levelled before the half hour mark to strike back, as Aston Villa star John McGinn sent his effort into the top corner.
But Israel took the lead again just minutes later.
QPR striker Lyndon Dykes equalised in the second half despite VAR intervention to see the goal potentially disallowed.
Then, with minutes left on the clock, Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay turned in an injury-time winner to secure a famous win.
Footage courtesy of DAZN:
Scott McTominay’s game by numbers vs. Israel:
100% successful dribbles (2/2)
83% pass accuracy
5/9 ground duels won
3/4 aerial duels won
2/3 long passes
Winner at the death. 💪 pic.twitter.com/REa53XVXOf
— Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) October 9, 2021
Go on Scotty lad!