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All square between Belgium and Scotland 

Scotland will sink to League B of the Women's Nations League despite looming a draw with Belgium.

Scotland will sink to League B of the Women’s Nations League despite looming a draw with Belgium.

Equalizer by Cuthbert, but Victory Eludes Scotland

Erin Cuthbert’s impressive long-range goal leveled the score after Marie Detruyer’s opener in Leuven. However, the draw fell short for Scotland, who needed a win to extend their stay in the top division.

Missed Opportunities for a Win

Substitute Amy Gallacher had a prime chance to secure victory but narrowly missed scoring her maiden international goal from close range.

Final Fixture Against England

Pedro Martinez Losa’s squad concludes their campaign by hosting European champions England at Hampden on Tuesday.

Scotland’s Strong Start

Despite their winless streak in the previous four matches, Scotland showed resilience from the start. They displayed speed and precision in their gameplay, exploiting the spaces left by the Belgians in midfield.

Cuthbert’s Response and Team Spirit

Cuthbert’s brilliant goal reflected Scotland’s determination after conceding. Despite falling behind, the team’s morale remained high, with their intensity intact throughout the match.

Unfortunate Outcome Despite Pressure

Scotland intensified their attack, with Jenna Clark coming close to putting them ahead, but her effort inadvertently found the net.

Lauder’s Return to the Pitch

Hayley Lauder made her first appearance for Scotland since March 2020, marking her 104th cap and returning after nearly 14 years since her debut.

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