Watch Liverpool star Andy Robertson’s reaction after helping Scotland to qualify for the first major tournament in 22 years at expense of Serbia.
Steve Clarke’s side needed to win their play-off final to secure a place at next summer’s European Championships.
Ryan Christie’s second-half strike looked to have sealed the win, but in the final minute of normal time, Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic headed home to send the game to extra-time.
With no more goals through 30 torturous minutes of extra time, the Scots were faced with another penalty shoot-out.
And David Marshall made himself Scotland’s spot-kick saviour again as he turned away Aleksandar Mitrovic’s final kick in the shoot-out to end 22 years of pain and send his side to the Euros after a 5-4 win on penalties.
Scotland Skipper Andy Robertson’s reaction as he speaks to press after the encounter via Anfield Watch Twitter handle.
Andy Robertson’s reaction to Scotland’s qualification:
“I don’t even want to think about it because I’ll probably cry.” 🏴
— Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) November 12, 2020
Clarke’s men are now nine games unbeaten – their best run in 44 years – and will face England, Croatia and the Czech Republic in Group D at next summer’s delayed finals.