Yeovil Town's on loan left-back Stephen Kingsley was a second half substitute in Scotland Under-21's 2-1 win over Hungary this afternoon. In a match played at the Tatabanya City Stadium, the Swansea City player was introduced as a 63rd minute substitute, just after Hungary had taken the lead via Szenes Bence. This was his first appearance at this level, having previously gained six caps for their Under-19s, plus two caps for the Under-18s.
Kingsley was part of a series of second half substitutes who helped Scotland get back into the game, with Aberdeen striker Lawrence Shankland the match winner, as he scored twice in the last five minutes, with headed goals. In between his two goals, Kingsley almost created a goalscoring chance for Shankland after he provided a cross from the left, but his attempt was saved by the Hungarian keeper.
Final Score: Hungary Under-21s 1 Scotland Under-21s 2.
Scotland Under-21s: Jack Hamilton, Callum Paterson, Callum McFadzean, Jordan McGhee, Stuart Findlay, Danny Handling, Sam Nicholson, John McGinn (Capt), Declan McManus, Ryan Gauld, Ryan Fraser.
Substitutes: Donald Love (46 mins for Callum Paterson), Stephen Kingsley (63 mins for Callum McFadzean), Dominic Hyam (46 mins for Stuart Findlay), Mark O'Hara (76 mins for Danny Handling), Ryan Christie (46 mins Sam Nicholson), Charlie Telfer (76 mins for John McGinn), Lawrence Shankland (46 mins for Declan McManus), Cammy Smith (76 mins for Ryan Gauld), Billy King (63 mins for Ryan Fraser).
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