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Scotland 2-2 Finland


Scotland surrendered a two-goal lead to draw with Finland in their final Euro warm-up match but there was relief for Steve Clarke with no further injuries to his squad.

Craig Gordon came off the bench to become Scotland’s oldest player and Tommy Conway made his debut as the Tartan Army partied ahead of the team departing for Germany on Sunday.

Scotland were frustrated by Finland early on but after the fortune of Arttu Hoskonen’s own-goal, Lawrence Shankland headed in a second much to the delight of the home crowd.

Gordon replaced Angus Gunn in goal, with Benjamin Kallman pulling a goal back before the Hearts keeper conceded a penalty which Oliver Antman converted to earn a draw in Glasgow.

While Clarke may be frustrated by the scoreline, he will be bouyed by his squad emerging from the match unscathed with Germany in the opening match of Euro 2024 in seven days’ time.

Source – Scotland 2 – 2 Finland – Match Report & Highlights (