It may have ended sooner than hoped, but Scotland's first tournament in 23 years taught us a lot about this team
Scotland's draw with England gives hope of the Euro 2020 adventure continuing - and there was plenty to smile about
Kieran Tierney played the last time Scotland faced their Auld Enemy and hasn’t forgotten the angst from letting in a last-gasp equaliser. But you don’t keep a man who wears t-shirts in the snow down for long...
Scotland will be praying Kieran Tierney recovers in time to face England, while Che Adams deserves to start after an impressive display
Try telling John McGinn that international football has lost some importance. As a boy, he frequently watched his beloved Scotland at Hampden – and now he’s the one representing his country. He even has the Panini album to prove it…
Scotland captain Andy Robertson has been on a remarkable ride as the Tartan Army reach their first major tournament for over 20 years. But it still isn’t enough for his wee man