Given the straightforward nature of Scotland’s qualifying campaign, it was strange to see it end in such unorthodox fashion.
The sharing of six goals with Norway brought the curtain down on Group A, which Scotland had successfully negotiated with two matches to spare. Seventeen points from a possible 24 was their ultimate haul.
The evening’s main event involved a lap of honour for Steve Clarke and his players, who have reached successive European Championships. The ins and outs of this fixture didn’t seem to matter at all.
“It was a strange game,” Clarke said. “It was a night for…