Scotland's Scott McTominay (centre) battles with Spain's Rodri (left) and Ferran Torres during the UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifying Group D match at the Estadio La Cartuja de Sevilla in Seville, Spain. Picture date: Thursday October 12, 2023. (Photo by Isabel Infantes/PA Images via Getty Images)
Scotland's Scott McTominay (centre) battles with Spain's Rodri (left) and Ferran Torres during the UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifying Group D match at the Estadio La Cartuja de Sevilla in Seville, Spain. Picture date: Thursday October 12, 2023. (Photo by Isabel Infantes/PA Images via Getty Images)

Spain vs Scotland: Euro 2024 Qualifier |Live Blog, scores, updates and everything

Live commentary of the European Championship Qualifier match between Spain and Scotland in Sevilla, Spain. It's still 0-0 at half time with Spain having most of the opportunities but credit to Scotland for maintaining their defensive shape.

Spain vs Scotland | Live Score' ESP 2-0 SCO

90'| Referee blows his whistle

Spain have managed to take revenge of the lost in Hampton by defeating Scotland 2-0 after Scott McTominay's goal directly from a free kick got disallowed by the VAR.

90+6'| Rodri tries his luck

Rodri took a shot from outside of the box but it was hit straight to the goalkeeper and the scoreline stays the same.

90+3'| Spain are maintaining possession

The home team is managing the game well and are looking to pass their way to victory.

5 minutes of additional time.

90'| Yellow card for Laporte

Aymeric Laporte received a yellow card for a bad challenge.

87'| Substitution for Scotland

McLean and Gilmour replaced McGregor and Porteous.

86'| Sancet makes it two for Spain!

Hickey accidentally slipped and gifted Spain the ball in the penalty box and Sancet came up with the simplest of tap ins and it's 2-0 to Spain.

84'| Substitution for Spain

Joselu replaced Morata

84'| Yellow card for Hendry

Jack Hendry received a yellow card for a bad tackle.

81'| Great opportunity for Scotland

Hickey tried to wiggle his way through the defense and passed it on to Adams whose shot was hit straight at the keeper.

80'| Substitution for Scotland

Armstrong and Adams replaced Dykes and Christie.

78'| Spain seems totally in control

After taking the lead Spain are trying to keep as much possession as they can and pass them towards victory.

73'| Morata gives Spain the lead!

Alvaro Morata's diving header from Jesus Navas's amazing cross broke the Scottish defense and gave Spain an important lead. It's 1-0 to Spain.

70'| Spain is trying hard to take the lead

A draw will be enough for Scotland but since Norway is level on points with Spain, the home team needs a win.

67'| Substitution for Spain

Navas and Sancet replaced Carvajal and Merino.

64'| Spain are showing more urgency

The home team is trying to give an immediate response after a possible disaster.

60'| Yellow card for Simon

Unai Simon got booked for arguing with the referee.

Goal Disallowed : McTominay's goal is disallowed as there was a foul on the goalkeeper.

60'| McTominay scores straight from a free kick!

Scott McTominay scored an amazing curling free kick from an impossible position and continue his amazing goal scoring form. It's 1-0 to Scotland.

59'| Yellow card for Carvajal

Dani Carvajal picked up a yellow card for an unnecessary challenge.

56'| Morata's shot is just wide

Alvaro Morata was successful in making good use of his feet but couldn't keep his shot on target.

54'| Good start by Spain

The substitute, Bryan Martinez are showing real intent to take the lead for Spain.

50'| Yellow card for Patterson

Nathan Patterson was shown a yellow card for a bad foul.

48'| Martinez tries his luck

Bryan Martinez took a curling shot from outside of the box but it sailed over the keeper and off target.

45'| Substitution for Spain

Martinez and Garcia replaced Oyarzabal and Balde.

45'| Second Half resumes

Can Spain break the Scottish defence or is the visitors going to hold on, let's see.

45'| Referee blows his whistle

The first half came to a close as both the teams are still at 0-0 with Spain enjoying most of the ball and Scotland defending deep.

45+4'| Yellow card for Merino

Miguel Merino picked up a yellow card for stopping a Scottish counter.

45+2'| Good defending by Scotland

Scotland have defended well so far in the match and are continuing to do so.

4 minutes of additional time.

41'| Match Delay

43'| Substitution for Scotland

Patterson replaced Andy Robertson.

Andy Robertson walked off the pitch for picking up a serious injury.

Andy Robertson collided with Unai Simon in the penalty box and is requiring some treatment.

38'| Ball's in the net but it's Offside

Alvaro Morata's stretched leg found the back of the net but it was deemed Offside by the Assistant referee.

37'| Yellow card for Dykes

Lyndon Dykes saw the first yellow card of the match for a bad tackle.

34'| Huge chance for Spain

Spain created a great opportunity to take the lead through Gavi's lay off to Oyarzabal who's shot was blocked by Hickey but then Merino came up with a fierce shot from outside of the box but it hit the post.

33'| Another looping ball for Morata

The Spanish players are trying to take advantage of Morata's height and have tried to played multiple long balls in his direction.

30'| Morata's found Offside

Spain's captain was almost successful in going behind the Scottish defense but he was caught Offside.

28'| Great vision by Merino

Merino came up with a great delivery to break the Scotland defence but failed to find Morata by some inches.

25'| Scotland on the charge

The visitors have a chance to get in the game with a Robertson delivery into the box from a free kick.

20'| Oyarzabal's shot is off target

Oyarzabal tries to wrap his foot around a volley in close proximity but failed to keep his shot on target.

18'| Scotland defending very deep

Scotland are inviting trouble by letting Spain have so much of the ball with them just sitting back.

15'| Spain enjoying some possession

Spain are controlling the pace of the game with quite ease and have seen more of the ball until now.

12'| Corner for Spain

Scotland continue to maintain their defensive shape and let Spain have the ball and, in the process have conceded a corner.

10'| Good play by Spain

Spain are moving the ball well and have adapted to their usual passing football but couldn't get the shot away.

06'|Good defending by Spain

Spain defended well against Scotland's first attack of the night and prevented them from scoring.

04'| Another chance for Spain

Alvaro Morata's header following a corner was wide of the target and Scotland survive two early scares.

02'| Torres misses a big chance

Ferran Torres was unable to put the ball in the net but it was very close.

Kick off|First Half Begins

And we're underway at Sevilla, it's Spain vs Scotland.

Spain vs Scotland Starting XI

Spain Starting XI

Unai Simon; Carvajal, Le Normand, Laporte, Balde; Gavi, Rodrigo, M Merino; Ferran, Morata, Oyarzabal.

Scotland Starting XI

Gunn; Hickey, Robertson, McKenna, Hendry, Porteous; McGinn, McTominay, McGregor, Christie; Dykes.

Match Details

Date: 13 October, 2023 (India) and 12 October, 2023 (Spain)

Venue: Estadio La Cartuja de Sevilla, Spain

Time: 12:15 am (IST) and 8:45 pm (Spain Time)

Live streaming: Sony Network

Spain host Scotland in the Euro 2024 Qualifier in Sevilla and will be looking to take revenge for the previous loss they suffered, seven months ago in Glasgow. Since then Spain has won the Nations League and have thrashed Georgia and Cyprus in the Qualifiers. Scotland on the other hand have been unbeaten in their last nine games, winning eight of them and sitting at the top of Group A. So we're set up for an exciting match up in the name of Spain vs Scotland.