The 18th June is a busy day in the history of the Scotland national team, marking the anniversary of some key (and some not so key) moments. Here's four of them...

1974 | Scotland 0-0 Brazil

Following a victory in their opening group match against Zaire, Scotland faced the then World Champions Brazil in Frankfurt in their second match of the 1974 FIFA World Cup. Whilst Brazil were not quite to the level of the team that won the trophy in Mexico four years previously, they were still a significant force in world football, and the 0-0 draw that evening was an impressive result.

1982 | Brazil 4-1 Scotland

Brazil, inspired by Zico, were untouchable on that hot evening in Seville at the 1982 FIFA World Cup. Scotland took the lead through a thunderbolt from David Narey, but goals from Zico, Oscar, Éder and Falcão completed a convincing victory for the South American outfit. 

1992 | Scotland 3-0 CIS

Scotland bowed out of the 1992 UEFA European Championships in Sweden with a comprehensive 3-0 victory in Norrköping. Paul McStay and Brian McClair scored early on, before a penalty from Gary McAllister with five minutes to go secured the win.

1996 | Scotland 1-0 Switzerland

Scotland came agonisingly close to getting out of their group at the EURO '96, despite defeating Switzerland at Villa Park. Ally McCoist scored the only goal of the game, but a late goal for the Netherlands from Patrick Kluivert against England meant that the Dutch, despite losing 4-1 at Wembley, went through at Scotland's expense.