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Scotland fight back to beat Kazakhstan and clinch third

BBC News Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Scotland's bleak Euro 2020 qualifying campaign was brought to a close with a laboured victory over Kazakhstan in Glasgow.
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Scotland beat Kazakhstan 3-1 in their Euro 2020 qualifier in Glasgow. Manager Steve Clarke says the team played a lot of 'good stuff'.

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Scotland Scotland Country in Northwest Europe, part of the United Kingdom

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Glasgow Glasgow Largest city in Scotland

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