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Ryan’s 90 minutes for Scotland

Thursday, 6th Sep 2018

Ryan Williamson played full game in Scotland’s 3-0 win over Andorra

Ryan Williamson started for the Under 21s in Scotland’s European Qualifier v Andorra on Thursday night at Tynecastle.

Although they had several good attempts at goal, it took the home side until the last minute of the first half to break the deadlock. When Ryan Porteous was impeded by Alex Martinez in the box, Fraser HORNBY was able to convert from the penalty spot.

HORNBY headed in a Billy Gilmour cross to double the advantage in 69 minutes. The big striker completed his hat trick seven minutes from the end.

As for the Pars man he did nothing wrong but he didn’t really get the deliveries to go speeding up the wing until the second half, when he did he created the usual fear in the defence. His team mates don’t seemed to have yet grasped the great danger Ryan can create when he gets to the byeline.

SCOTLAND: Ryan Fulton: Ryan Williamson, David Bates, Ryan Porteous, Liam Smith: Chris Cadden, Billy Gilmour (Lewis Ferguson 78), Ross McCrorie, Stephen Mallan (Allan Campbell 72): Fraser Hornby (Olly Shaw 85), Michael Johnston
SIBS NOT USED: Robby McCrorie, Tom McIntyre, Frank Ross, Kyle Magennis.
SCORER: Hornby (45 pen. 69, 83)
YELLOW CARD: Smith (24), Bates (60), Mallan (64)

ANDORRA: Iker, Eric De Pablos, Claudi Bove (Joan Pijuan 73), Christian Garcia, Alex Martinez (Eric Vales 87), Albert Reyes (Miguel Del Castillo 81), Ricard Fernandez, Roger Nazzaro, Albert Grau Samper, Aliex Viladot (c), Francisco Pomares
SUBS NOT USED: Josep Maria Cabanes, Adria Sanchez, Joel Guillen, Francisco Pires (GK)
YELLOW CARDS: Reyes (35), 11 (35), Martinez (44)

NEXT MATCH: (away) UEFA Qualifier, Tuesday 11th September 2018 v The Netherlands in Doetinchem

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