Robertson left furious as Russia came from behind to beat Scotland in Euro 2020 qualifiers


Russia came from one goal down to beat Andrew Robertson led Scotland in their Euro 2020 qualifying match on Friday

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The Tartan Beasts took an early lead in the first half with John McGinn scoring in the 10th minute but they soon mounted a poor performance at the front of their home crowd.

Scotland were beaten in each half by a goal from Artem Dzyuba and a second-interval own goal from Stephen O'Donnell,

They now sits six points off the second qualifying spot in Group I - awaiting Belgium to visit Hampden Park on Monday night.

Liverpool left-back Andrew Robertson who's the team captain believe his side played horrible after they got a bright start to the game.

Speaking with Sky Sports after the game Robertson said: "There's frustration, annoyance, everything that goes along with it. You can feel it from the stands and we've only got ourselves to blame for that, they've got every right. It wasn't good enough.

"First 15 minutes I thought we were good, got the goal and it was as if it scared us, I've never seen anything like that before. That needs to change, If we go into a lead it should be a positive not a negative.

"I'm annoyed with everything. My performance, what the rest of the lads done, all of us except David Marshall really. To have 10 players from the start not really showing up and putting in the performances we can is never going to win you a game of football."

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