Vauxhall International Challenge Match
Scotland vs Denmark
Tuesday 29th March 2016, kick-off 8pm
Hampden Park, Glasgow

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Ahead of tomorrow's Vauxhall International Challenge Match between Scotland and Denmark, we look at the last time the Scandanavians visited Hampden Park, back in August 2011...

A Krist Jorgensen own goal and a Robert Snodgrass header secured a 2-1 victory as Craig Levein’s side overcame torrential rain at Hampden Park against Denmark.

Scotland began patiently but purposefully, spraying the ball about from back to front and trying to cut open the tight Danish defence with Steven Naismith and Kenny Miller linking up well in attack. Scotland’s persistent pressure soon paid off when Charlie Adam lashed a free-kick past Thomas Sorensen with the aid of a deflection from the boot of Jorgensen.

The Danes came back strongly and the equaliser came from another set-play. Christian Eriksen's curling free-kick looped into the top corner of the net. Allan McGregor was then forced to produce a wonderful fingertip save to deny Michael Krohn-Delhi minutes before the interval.

As the interval loomed and the conditions became increasingly dismal, Snodgrass brought cheer to the hardy supporters who made it out on such a dreich night. Running 60 yards to support a textbook counter-attack, he latched on to Miller’s cross with a low diving header beyond a helpless Danish goalkeeper.

Scotland re-emerged for the second-half eager to put the match to bed and end a 36-year run without a win against the Danes. Adam and Miller made way for Graham Dorrans and Brighton's Craig Mackail-Smith as Levein tried to reinvigorate his side on an increasingly heavy surface.

Mackail-Smith almost found the back of the net with his first touch of the ball when substitute defender Niki Zimling made a hash of the ball back to his keeper. The Scotland striker, however, couldn't stretch far enough to make any decisive contact.

Scotland had to endure a few heart-in-mouth moments towards the end of the match as Denmark began to get in behind the Scotland defence but they remained resolute under pressure.

Danish substitute Nicklas Pederson had the best chance to pull his side level with a powerful glancing header but he failed to direct his header towards goal as Scotland hung on for the win.

Scotland: McGregor, Bardsley, Crainey, Wilson, Caldwell, Adam (Dorrans), Morrison (Bannan), Brown (Cowie), Snodgrass (Hanley), Miller (Mackail-Smith), Naismith (Forrest)

Unused subs: Bell, Berra, Robson, Goodwillie, Turner, McNaughton

Denmark: Sorensen, Poulsen (Zimling), Kjaer, Agger (Jorgensen), Boilesen, Jacobsen (Silberbauer), Jorgensen, Eriksen, Krohn-Dehli (Kadrii), Rommedahl (Pederson), Bendtner (Schone)

Unused subs: Lindegaard, Kristensen, Junker, Enevoldsen

Referee: Marco Borg (Malta)