World news – Israel 1-1 Scotland: Fraser saves point for Scots – Football365


Release date: Sunday, March 28, 2021 10:00 a.m. – News Desk

Ryan Fraser’s strike saved Scotland from another defeat in Israel as it was forced to come from behind for another World Cup qualifier to win.

Fraser scored eleven minutes in the second half to give Scotland a 1-1 draw in front of around 5,000 fans at Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv.

The hosts had a minute ahead The break took the well-deserved lead when David Marshall put Dor Peretz’s long shot into the net.

Steve Clarke’s half-time reshuffle transformed Scotland and they threatened twice shortly after equalizing. But they had to settle for a second draw within three days after beating Austria twice from behind.

Scotland had lost twice in Israel in the past two and a half years but the point already leaves them with some great results need in the group – top seed Denmark won on Thursday in the same stadium and then beat Moldova 8-0.

Clarke shook his front line with Che Adams made a first start and Fraser came in to support. Callum McGregor was also called back when Ryan Christie, Lyndon Dykes and Stuart Armstrong made way.

The warning signs were there for Scotland from the start. Eran Zahavi missed a good shot after the hosts landed to the left of Scotland and Manor Solomon shot wide after a ball over the top and Scotland put on his heel.

Scott McTominay soon had a few chances but went wide from six yards after standing up nicely to hit Andy Robertson’s corner before shooting off target from a difficult angle.

The first 15 minutes were surprisingly open but Israel continued to create opportunities while Scotland pulled and scrambled to get the Park.

Zahavi saw a shot blocked by Grant Hanley, and both Solomon and Shon Weissman hit Marshall straight after the hosts had two good chances on the right.

Adams showed some good touches when Scotland managed to get the ball into him and he was close to reaching Fraser’s back pass. Ofir Marciano was quick to suffocate.

Clarke would have been keen to reorganize his team at halftime, but his team talk was thrown in the air a minute before the whistle.

A diagonal ball des Former Celtic defender Hatem Abd Elhamed put Scotland on his hindfoot and Israel quickly brought the ball inside to Peretz. The midfielder let go from 25 yards and Marshall was only able to push the shot into the top corner after getting two hands to shoot.

Clarke made a significant move during the break, bringing on Ryan Christie for defender Jack Hendry and making a switch to a 4-2-3-1 formation.

Scotland came in and out of possession with more intent, and Christie played his part in equalizing the ball near the center line and putting it on the line for Adams . The Southampton striker pulled to the edge of the box and played it for Fraser, who checked and shot into the corner.

Adams soon caused more problems with his straight running, forcing a good save from Marciano, who soon became Kieran Tierney’s long-distance struggles stopped.

McTominay tried to steer an attempt into the corner from Tierney’s cross, but an Israeli defender blocked.

Christie missed a chance with his weaker foot and Andy Robertson saw a shot that was deflected far when Scotland squeezed in added time.

After the 2-2 draw against Austria in their first World Cup qualification, Scotland will face Israel in Tel Aviv this evening. Follow it live here …

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Alas. The Republic of Ireland suffered a humiliating loss to Luxembourg in their World Cup qualification …

Ollie Watkins scored a goal on his national team debut when England passed San Marino in World Cup qualifiers.

Northern Ireland got off to a losing start in World Cup qualifying when they were beaten …

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