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Late winner keeps Scotland dreaming of World Cup

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Scotland finally broke the deadlock in the 89th minute thanks to a Martin Skrtel own goal to down Slovakia in Group F.

Scotland's 2018 World Cup hopes remain alive after a sensational late winner in the 1-0 victory over 10-man Slovakia at Hampden Park.

Midway through the first-half midfielder Robert Mak, booked earlier for a foul on wide-man James Forrest, was deemed by Serbian referee Milorad Mazic to have dived inside the Scots' penalty area as he went past keeper Craig Gordon and picked up a second yellow.

Substitute Chris Martin and Leigh Griffiths both his the crossbar with strikes after the break and with Slovakia...

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Marcus Rashford inspires England to victory over Slovakia

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Marcus Rashford turned from zero to hero for England as he recovered from an early mistake to score and assist as the Three Lions beat Slovakia 2-1 to move a step closer to qualifying for the World Cup.

Slovakia needed just three minutes to take the lead at Wembley, with Stanislav Lobotka dispossessing Rashford before playing a clever one-two with Adam Nemec and then slotting the ball past Joe Hart.

England went in search of the equaliser but despite plenty of possession they struggled to cause...

Skriniar the more elegant heir to Skrtel's throne in Slovakia defence

Adam Nemec's late goal helped Slovakia edge Slovenia and keep pace with Group F leaders England.

Ask an English supporter about Slovakian defenders, and the frightening face of Martin Skrtel immediately comes to mind. The former Liverpool man is still going strong at Fenerbahce, and is expected to take the field at Wembley against England on Monday, but his partner is supposed to be very different.

Milan Skriniar, a decade younger than Skrtel, might not be as tough and aggressive as the veteran, but he is definitely more graceful and elegant. Quality ball distribution is one of his major...