Kazakhstan played Scotland at the QR, Group I of European Championship on March 21. The match kicked off 15:00 UTC. Kazakhstan won 3-0. Kazakhstan are 4th in the table with 3 points after 2 matches, while Scotland are 5th with 3 points in 2 matches.
Yuri Pertsukh scored the first goal on the 6th minute of the game followed by goals from Yan Vorogovskiy and Baktiyor Zainutdinov, who made the final score 3-0.
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Kazakhstan kicked off the game with Dmytro Nepogodov, Temirlan Yerlanov who got substituted by Eldos Akhmetov on the 81st minute, Evgeni Postnikov, Sergey Maliy, Gafurjan Suyumbaev, Alexander Merkel, Islambek Kuat, Yuri Pertsukh, Yan Vorogovskiy, Roman Murtazaev who got substituted by Baurzhan Turysbek on the 68th minute and Baktiyor Zainutdinov who got substituted by Serikzhan Muzhikov on the 85th minute as starters, with Stas Pokatilov, Igor Shatskiy, Eldos Akhmetov, Abzal Beisebekov, Dmitry Shomko, Serikzhan Muzhikov, Baurzhan Turysbek, Georgiy Zhukov, Maxim Fedin, Oralkhan Omirtayev and Yerkebulan Seidakhmet on the bench.
Scotland's starting eleven were Scott Bain, Graeme Shinnie, Scott Mckenna, David Bates, Liam Palmer, Callum McGregor, John McGinn who got substituted by Scott McTominay on the 70th minute, Stuart Armstrong, Oliver Burke, Oliver McBurnie who got substituted by Johnny Russell on the 61st minute and James Forrest who got substituted by Marc McNulty on the 82nd minute, with Liam Kelly, Jon McLaughlin, Stuart Findlay, Stephen ODonnell, John Souttar, John Fleck, Kenny McLean, Lewis Morgan, Marc McNulty, Scott McTominay and Johnny Russell on the bench.
Kazakhstan have won Moldova in their previous match, while Scotland have won Albania in their previous match.
Kazakhstan have won 1 of their 2 matches in QR, Group I, drawing 0 and having 1 defeat this season. They have scored 3 goals - 1.50 per match, conceding 4 - 2.00 per match. Scotland have won 1 of their 2 matches in QR, Group I, drawing 0 and having 1 defeat this season. They have scored 2 goals - 1.00 per match, conceding 3 - 1.50 per match.
Referee showed the yellow card 3 times throughout the game. Alexander Merkel, Graeme Shinnie and Gafurjan Suyumbaev were the ones to receive it.
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