Video: Kilmarnock’s Greg Taylor Finishes Excellently For Scotland U20 V Brazil

Video: Kilmarnock’s Greg Taylor Finishes Excellently For Scotland U20 V Brazil

Scotland continued their Toulon Tournament this afternoon against the mighty Brazil, but it wasn’t the samba stars who went into the half-time break 1-0 ahead.

As we told you at the time, Scotland were forced to come into this match having lost their opening group match to the Czech Republic, with Oliver Burke’s two goals unable to prevent a 3-2 defeat.

That meant that to stand any chance of progressing, the young Scots needed to take at least four points from the next two games against Brazil and Indonesia – and they’ve certainly given a good account of themselves against the Brazilians.

In an otherwise uneventful first-half, Kilmarnock left-back Greg Taylor rampaged forward and absolutely blasted the ball into the top corner. What a finish…

It’s tough to know who’s Brazil and who’s Scotland, eh?

A win against the Brazilians would provide a timely boost for the nation’s football fans, with the senior match facing bitter rivals England next week in a crucial World Cup qualifier.

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