Stuart Armstrong hit a double as Scotland overcame a difficult start to beat nine-man Armenia 4-1. Scotland fell behind early on in Yerevan and endured some anxious moments after Armstrong’s quickfire equaliser. But the midfielder scored in first-half stoppage time, moments after Arman Hovhannisyan had committed two yellow-card offences in the space of five seconds, and Scotland made the most of their advantage.
Stuart Armstrong hit a double as Scotland overcame a difficult start to beat nine-man Armenia 4-1. Scotland fell behind early on in Yerevan and endured some anxious moments after Armstrong’s quickfire equaliser.But the midfielder netted in first-half stoppage time, moments after Arman Hovhannisyan had committed two yellow-card offences in the space of five seconds, and Scotland made the most of their advantage. John McGinn and Che Adams were on target early in the second half as Scotland sealed six points from their opening three Nations League games before the hosts had another man sent off in stoppage time.Scotland boss Steve...
Stuart Armstrong helped Scotland keep their dream alive with a double in their 4-1 Nations League win over Armenia in Yerevan. There was some gloom around after the Scots had been thrashed 3-0 against the Republic of Ireland on Saturday and the return game against Armenia following last week’s 2-0 win at Hampden Park got off to a dispiriting start when Vahan Bichakhchyan scored after only six minutes.
Stuart Armstrong has offered his apologies to the Southampton fans who witnessed a poor display from their side as they slipped to defeat at Brentford. Saints have now won just one of their past 10 Premier League games and, following this latest 3-0 loss, they are still not mathematically safe from relegation.
Stuart Armstrong and Shane Long scored rare Premier League goals to give Southampton a deserved 2-0 win over a disappointing Everton at St Mary's. Southampton, now unbeaten in nine home league games, took the lead when Armstrong finished off a bright attacking move seven minutes into the second half (52), before substitute Long headed in to secure the points with his first touch (84).
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has revealed that Stuart Armstrong is closing in on a return to fitness and could even be in contention for Saturday’s trip to Chelsea in the Premier League.The 29-year-old midfielder has yet to play this season due to a troublesome calf injury. He was on the bench for Saints’ opening day defeat at Everton, before the problem flared up once more.Armstrong has been a big miss for Hasenhuttl’s team, who have yet to win a league game and have struggled in front of goal.There was some surprise at St Mary’s this week when Armstrong was named...
Fit-again midfielders Scott McTominay and Stuart Armstrong return to the Scotland squad for next month's crucial World Cup qualifying double header. Rangers goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin is also back, replacing St Johnstone's Zander Clark in Steve Clarke's squad. Celtic captain Callum McGregor is included despite having missed his club's last four...