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Saturday, 12 October, 2002, 13:29 GMT 14:29 UK
Clockwatch: Iceland 0-2 Scotland
Relive the action from Reykjavik as Scotland produce an excellent performance to beat Iceland and go top of Group Five.

86 mins: Perhaps Iceland's last chance goes begging, as Helgi Sigurdsson pokes a close range effort wide.

74 mins: Shortly after a booking for Callum Davidson, Former Liverpool reserve Haukur Ingi Gudnason loops a volley into the hands of Rab Douglas.

72 mins: Steve Crawford rises brilliantly to meet Maurice Ross' cross from the right, but his header goes wide of the near post.

66 mins: Arnar Por Vidarsson is replaced by Marel Baldvinsson.

63 mins: Iceland 0-2 Scotland
Gary Naysmith carefully controls a ball from the right and hits an unstoppable volley from 20 yards to send the Scottish fans into raptures.

62 mins: Heidar Helguson leaps above the Scotland defence but his header goes over the crossbar.

57 mins: Played in by Eidur Gudjohnsen, Bjarni Porsteinsson hesitates before his shot from 10 yards is blocked by Steven Pressley.

51 mins: Vidarsson curls a low cross in from the left which just evades the touch of Iceland's strikers in the Scotland penalty area.

50 mins: A long shot by Ivar Ingimarsson is comfortably held by Douglas in the Scotland goal.

47 mins: Crawford goes clean through on the Iceland goal after a header from Steven Thompson, but the striker pushes his shot wide.

46 mins: Helgi Sigurdsson is replaced at half time by Watford's Heidar Helguson.

First half

43 mins: After some ragged Iceland defending, Thompson grabs possession of the ball in the penalty area and is brought down - but referee Alain Sars does not award a spot-kick.

34 mins: Jackie McNamara, carrying a thigh injury, is replaced by Davidson. Almost simultaneously, Naysmith falls to the floor with a knee injury.

32 mins: Barry Ferguson curls a free-kick over the crossbar from an excellent position on the right side of the Iceland penalty area.

30 mins: Christian Dailly produces another goalbound header which is tipped over by Arni Gautur Arason.

22 mins: Young Scotland defender Ross receives a yellow card for refusing to retreat promptly for an Iceland free-kick.

20 mins: Again, a chance falls to Gudjohnsen, but from 15 yards out and with plenty of space, he slices his shot high and wide.

18 mins: Gudjohnsen, on the left edge of the Scotland penalty area, tricks his way through the visitors' defence before smashing a shot which beats Douglas but hits the crossbar.

16 mins: From another Scotland corner, Pressley, 10 yards out and unmarked, loops his header over the crossbar.

12 mins: Gudjohnsen drives in a free-kick which just eludes an unmarked Hermann Hreidarsson at the far post.

7 mins: Iceland 0-1 Scotland
Dailly scores the opener, his fourth goal for Scotland, as he heads the ball into the net past stranded Iceland keeper Arason.

4 mins: Scotland force the first of three corners in a sustained period of pressure.

Iceland: Arason, Porsteinsson, Vidarsson, Gunnarsson, Larus Sigurdsson, Runar Kristinsson, Hreidarsson, Ingimarsson, Gudjohnsen, Helgi Sigurdsson, Gudnason.
Subs: Birkir Kristinsson, Einarsson, Stigsson, Johannes Gudjonsson, Helguson, Bjarni Gudjonsson, Baldvinsson.

Scotland: Douglas, Wilkie, Pressley, Dailly, Ross, McNamara, Lambert, Ferguson, Naysmith, Crawford, Thompson.
Subs: Gallacher, Davidson, McFadden, Anderson, Gemmill, Devlin, Severin.

Referee: A Sars (France)


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