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Scotland U21s held to goalless draw

St Mirren’s Lewis Morgan made his Scotland Under-21 debut

Scotland Under-21s drew with Estonia in a friendly at the Paisley 2021 Stadium.

St Mirren’s Stevie Mallan – making his under-21 debut on his home ground – curled a free-kick wide of the visitors’ goal in the first half.

Substitute Ryan Hardie headed over as the hosts continued to press in the second period.

Craig Wighton was also off target in the closing stages and Dom Thomas and Lewis Morgan had efforts saved by Andreas Vaikla.

Coach Scot Gemmill had lost his previous three matches in charge of the Scots, having replaced Ricky Sbragia in September.

His side will face the Netherlands, England, Latvia and Ukraine in European Championship qualifiers later this year.

Mallan’s club-mate Lewis Morgan, Celtic youngsters Jamie McCart and Paul McMullen, who are on loan at Inverness and Dunfermline, respectfully and Kilmarnock’s Greg Taylor were the other debutants in Gemill’s starting line-up and Thomas won his first cap as a substitute.

Queen of the South’s on-loan Motherwell midfielder Dom Thomas (left) also won his first cap for Gemmill’s team

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