Scott shines for Scotland
Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay continued his impressive goalscoring form at international level on Friday evening, as he claimed the opener for Scotland in their 3-0 win over Cyprus.
Ryan Porteus's scored Scotland's second shortly after with a well-taken finish, before our no.39 turned provider to set up Aston Villa midfielder John McGinn to make it 3-0, all during the first half.
From there, Steve Clarke's side pushed further to add to their advantage during the second period, with McTominay coming close to notching a second himself on two separate occasions.
Elsewhere, Portugal took a huge step towards their own qualification for the 2024 European Championship in Germany, with a routine 1-0 victory over Slovakia as our very own Bruno Fernandes grabbed the only goal of the game.
The United captain burst forward from midfield before slamming his effort past former Reds' team-mate Martin Dubravka, as the Selecao won 1-0 in Bratislava.
Reds team-mate Diogo Dalot also played the full 90 minutes at right-back, keeping a clean sheet on his 13th outing for his country.
Furthermore, Turkey drew 1-1 Armenia in Eskisehir, with United goalkeeper Altay Bayindir an unused substitute.
Artak Dashyan's strike looked to have ensured victory for Armenia before Bertug Ozgur Yildrim netted a late leveller for the hosts.
Stefan Kuntz's side are next in action against Japan in a friendly on Tuesday afternoon (13:20 BST).