Scotland came from behind to beat Northern Ireland and keep alive their hopes of qualifying for the European Under-21 Championship finals.
Ricky Sbragia’s side fell behind early on in Paisley after goalkeeper Jack Hamilton misjudged Shay McCartan’s free-kick as it curled past him.
Jason Cummings had a penalty well saved by visiting goalkeeper Conor Brennan.
But second-half substitute Oliver McBurnie bundled in an equaliser and Cummings added a close-range double.
Defeat leaves Jim Magilton’s Northern Ireland stranded at the bottom of qualifying Group 3 with only one point from six games.
For the Scots, it was a welcome second win of the campaign as they recovered from their 2-0 defeat by the group leaders in France four days earlier,
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