sport news Scotland hero Dykes thrilled to claim slice of scoring history after winner ...

sport news Scotland hero Dykes thrilled to claim slice of scoring history after winner ...
sport news Scotland hero Dykes thrilled to claim slice of scoring history after winner ...
Scotland hero Lyndon Dykes thrilled to claim a slice of scoring history for his country after late winner against Faroe Islands strengthens their grip on a World Cup play-off place Lyndon Dykes is the first Scotsman to score in four straight matches since 1969 His 86th minute winner has firmed Scotland's grip on a World Cup play-off spot But Dykes is suspended for his team's next match against Moldova in November 

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Lyndon Dykes admitted he was thrilled to claim a piece of history after his late winner kept Scotland on course for the World Cup play-offs.

The QPR striker’s untidy 86th minute goal made him the first player since Colin Stein in 1969 to score in four consecutive national team games.

Dykes had to wait through an anxious VAR check before confirmation of his much-needed strike salvaged a poor overall performance from Steve Clarke’s side in Torshavn.

Lyndon Dykes wheels away in celebration after a late winner for Scotland against Faroe Islands

Lyndon Dykes wheels away in celebration after a late winner for Scotland against Faroe Islands

While some of the shine was taken off by a booking that sees him banned for next month’s potentially decisive trip to Moldova, Dykes was delighted to learn his

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