Scotland fans have praised Glasgow Rangers winger Barrie McKay for his performance against France yesterday.
McKay was not selected to start by Gordon Strachan, but he came on to make his debut for his country when they were 3-0 down.
The Rangers man offered some signs of encouragement, during what was a miserable outing for Scotland.
Strachan’s men were outplayed by France, with Olivier Giroud scoring twice and Laurent Koscienly also hitting the back of the net.
Rangers’ McKay gave Scotland something to shout about though, and supporters of the Tartan army praised the 21-year-old for his performance. Here is the best reaction on Twitter.
@BarrieMcKay Congrats on your first senior cap mate! Knew it wouldn't be long before you got called up!— AKA Alex (@AKAAlexBrownlee) June 5, 2016
@BarrieMcKay is by far the best young player in Scotland.— GJCRangersViews (@RangersGJCViews) June 5, 2016
Great to see @BarrieMcKay making his Scotland debut last night— Kristopher Smith (@MrKSmith23) June 5, 2016
Say it again in Barrie McKay at long last Scotland have a genuine footballing talent— John Stevens (@1_pzj) June 4, 2016
Fair enough John McGinn is a decent player but Barrie McKay is something else.— Dylan (@Dyl_RFC) June 4, 2016
McKay has enjoyed a fine breakthrough season for Rangers this past campaign, and he has broken into Mark Warburton’s first-team thinking.
The talented wide-man made 48 appearances for the Ibrox side this term, scoring on nine occasions.
McKay is expected to play a key role for Rangers next season, when they will be competing in the Scottish Premiership once again.