Scotland booked their place at the Euro 2017 finals in Croatia this summer with a battling win over Switzerland.
In a scrappy game with few clear cut chances, a Glenn Middleton penalty midway through the first half was enough to see the Scots over the line and qualify for the Euros for a fourth successive time.
With Scotland only needing a point to secure qualification, they were content to let Switzerland have the ball in their own half and applied pressure only when the Swiss crossed the halfway line.
As a result Switzerland dominated possession and sought to dictate the game, with their quick and skilful midfield knocking it around comfortably.
However it was fifteen minutes before they threatened, when attacking midfielder Alexis Antunes pickpocketed Daniel Church on halfway and broke forward. He worked the ball to Miraelm Amzi on the edge of the box and he flashed a shot just wide.
Amzi was at it again just a minute later but again could not find the target from a similar distance.
Switzerland then came extremely close to opening the scoring on 19 minutes. A ball over the top caused confusion between Josh Donaldson in the Scotland goal and his defence. The ball fell to Amzi who rounded Donaldson and hit a low shot on goal, but it was brilliantly blocked on the line by Robbie Deas.
It was a warning Scotland heeded as they looked to create some chances of their own. They did so when full-back Church was given the ball on 22 minutes out left and drove forward, beating two players before digging out a cross.
The ball was allowed to bounce by the Swiss defence and hit Elis Isufi on the arm, which Polish referee Krzysztof Jakubik deemed a penalty despite the defender’s protests.
It was perhaps a harsh decision, made worse for the Swiss when Norwich striker Middleton stepped up and dispatched the penalty emphatically to bag his fourth goal of the Elite Qualifying Round.
Switzerland almost got themselves level just before half-time but Ruben Del Campo headed over from close range after some good work from full-back Busset.