Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay was instrumental as Scotland qualified for Euro 2020 after defeating Serbia.
The European soccer showpiece will be his country’s first major tournament since 1998.
The 23-year-old put in a superb performance in central defence against Serbia on Thursday night to help Scotland qualify for Euro 2020.
The United midfielder played 120 minutes against the Serbs and scored in the penalty shootout.
McTominay will play against his English teammates from Old Trafford as Scotland have been placed in Group G alongside England, Croatia and the Czech Republic.