Scott McTominay is the first Scottish to score a hat trick against Spain since Mo Johnston in a World Cup qualifier against Spain in November 1984. Arrival.
Scott McTominay of Manchester United became the first Scotland national team player to complete a hat trick against Spain since 1984, with to his two goals in their 2-0 victory in a Euro 2024 qualifier on Tuesday night.
Since last week, the 26-year-old has been outstanding for Scotland’s national team, scoring four spectacular goals in two matches.
After his amazing performance for the squad in their last game, when he came off the bench to score a brace, Scott McTominay was handed a starting role by his coach, and he was able to play wonderfully again on Tuesday night.
Scott McTominay’s two goals were enough to give Scotland’s national team a well-deserved victory over Spain’s national team in the encounter.
The Scottish national team player for Manchester United is now among the qualifiers’ top scorers after scoring twice in back-to-back games.
Scotland national team has moved to the top of their group table with 6 points from 2 matches played in the UEFA Euro 2024 qualification, while Spain national team has slid to second place with 3 points from 2 matches played.
McTominay’s brace in Scotland’s astonishing 2-0 victory over Spainish National Team on Tuesday night means;
“Scott McTominay is the first Scottish player to score a hat trick against Spain since Mo Johnston in a World Cup qualifier against Spain in November 1984.”
Scott McTominay humiliated Spain
Steve Clarke’s men smashed Spain with a display of tenacity and lethal finishing from their Manchester United midfielder. In order to put the result into perspective, Spain has won 38 Euro qualifiers in the past, and has lost just two World Cup qualifiers since 2006.
It was the first victory over the Spanish since Jock Stein’s team triumphed 3-1 in 1984, with Kenny Dalglish scoring. Clarke was in the stands with his father the day after playing for the U21s, and this time he was in charge of a crucial stride ahead in their Group A Euro qualification campaign.