Scotland U21s were held to a frustrating goalless draw with Lithuania in their latest U21 Euros 2021 qualifier.
Scott Gemmill’s side headed into this clash Joint top of Group D following victories over San Marino and Croatia.
Whilst they dominated possession and most of the match at Tynecastle, they couldn’t make their advantage count as they dropped two points on home soil.
Scotland’s young stars tested Lithuanian stopper Titas Krapikas on numerous occasions in the first half.
Chelsea’s Billy Gilmour had a few long-range efforts on goal, but both flew off target.
Glenn Middleton was also testing the Lithuanian backline with his pace and direct runs on the flanks. He tested Krapikas with a free kick, which the goalkeeper managed to punch away.
Fraser Hornby missed the best chance though, with the ball breaking to the young Everton forward, currently out on loan in Belgium, in the 18-yard box.
He only managed to his shot straight at Krapikas, who was able to scramble the ball clear with his feet.