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Scotland limp to lacklustre win Euro qualifying win over minnows San Marino

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Scotland struggled to score goals against European bottom-dwellers San Marino but Sporting Kansas City's Johnny Russell assured them a win with his second half goal.

Scotland beat San Marino 2-0 to avoid a second humiliation of the week and get their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign up and running on Sunday, although it was hardly a performance to excite their fans.

Kenny McLean's glancing header put the Scots ahead after four minutes against the tiny republic in northern Italy, but it was not until the 74th minute that Johnny Russell made the points safe with a powerful finish.

Scotland were lambasted for losing 3-0 to 117th-ranked Kazakhstan in their opening Group...

Northern Ireland on brink of securing World Cup playoff spot

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Northern Ireland are on the brink of securing second place in their World Cup qualifying group after beating San Marino 3-0 to record their fourth successive victory.

Never before in the nation's history have they won four on the spin, although they needed 70 minutes to eventually break down the microstate, at which point they scored three in eight minutes, two through Josh Magennis and one from a Steven Davis penalty.

Defeats for Azerbaijan and Czech Republic elsewhere ensured they increased their...