Scotland were drawn in Group A for the qualifiers for EURO 2024, alongside Georgia, Norway, Spain and Cyprus.
Steve Clarke’s side kicked off the group in March with an emphatic 3-0 win over Cyprus with goals from Scott McTominay, Ryan Porteous and John McGinn.
This was followed by a shock 2-0 win over Spain at Hampden thanks to a Scott McTominay double.
In June, the Scots pulled off a 2-1 win away to Norway, with goals from Lyndon Dykes and Kenny McLean cancelling out Erling Haaland’s penalty.
Three days later Scotland came out 2-0 winners over Georgia with Callum McGregor and Scott McTominay on the scoresheet.
In September Steve Clarke’s side ran out 3-0 winners over Cyprus with Scott McTominay again firing home for his county, alongside Ryan Porteous and John McGinn.
VAR played a major role as the Scots then went down 2-0 to Spain after Scott McTominay’s goal was ruled out for offside after some confusion.
Spain then doubled their lead after an unfortunate slip by Aaron Hickey let the home side finish the game 2-0.
But Scotland’s passage to Germany was made official just three days later when Spain defeated Norway 1-0.
The Dark Blues will finish off the qualifiers away to Georgia and home to Norway in November.