Scotland players react on Twitter after friendly victory, including Nottingham Forest's Oliver Burke

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Scotland beat Denmark 1-0 at Hampden Park on Tuesday night.

Scotland may not have qualified for Euro 2016, but they have enjoyed a superb week with two friendly victories, including against Denmark on Tuesday night.

After beating Czech Republic 1-0 last week, Scotland followed that up with another 1-0 win, this time against Denmark at Hampden Park, with Bournemouth winger Matt Ritchie scoring the winning goal.

Gordon Strachan will be delighted to have seen his side keep two clean sheets in two games, and he also took the chance to blood some young players against Denmark.

Celtic teenager Kieran Tierney, Hibernian's John McGinn and Nottingham Forest's Oliver Burke all featured, offering fans a glimpse of what is to come in the future.

After the game, some of Scotland' players took to social media to react to the performance, with Watford winger Ikechi Anya - the goalscorer in last week's game against the Czech Republic - reflecting on two clean sheets and two victories ahead of the World Cup qualifying campaign.

Midfielder McGinn also commented on an 'amazing feeling' having made his debut for Scotland, with many believing he was the man of the match for Strachan's men.

Finally, Forest winger Burke admitted he was 'over the moon' to have made his Scotland bow, as he came on as a late substitute in the second half.

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