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Источник: The Boot

Charlie Mulgrew insists Scotland are no longer scared after admitting Belgian battering gave them 'fright'

Charlie Mulgrew has admitted Scotland got a “fright” against Belgium but insists they won’t be scared again.

The Scots travel to Haifa today for their Nations League tie against Israel, knowing that victory will see them get a grip of Group C-1.

If they can win in the Sammy Ofer Stadium tomorrow night then it will seem a long way away from the horror show against the Belgians on September 7 when they were hammered 4-0 in a friendly at Hampden.

To their credit, the Scots recovered their composure in time to see off Albania 2-0 in the opening game of Uefa’s new competition three days later.

That accomplished display in the national stadium has left Mulgrew confident there will be no early Halloween for Alex McLeish’s men in the Middle East.

The Blackburn Rovers central defender admitted: “The Belgium game gave us a bit of a fright and made us realise we had to respond – and we did.

Источник: The Courier

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