Scotland's Euro 2020 qualifying campaign was brought to a close with a 3-1 victory over Kazakhstan in Glasgow.
Stuart Armstrong was a second-half substitute for goalscorer John McGinn, who netted twice at Hampden Park, with Steven Naismith also on the scoresheet.
Scotland will now go into a play-off next March after winning their Nations League group, with the semi-final draw being held on Friday.
Elsewhere, Jan Bednarek was involved in Poland's 3-2 victory over ten-man Slovenia in Warsaw, having already secured qualification for next year's European finals.
The centre-half played all 90 minutes of the tie, and has been an ever-present in their successful qualifying campaign, where they've finished top of Group G.
Poland likely fall into Pot 2 for the Euro 2020 draw, which takes place in Bucharest at the end of November, alongside the likes of France, Switzerland and Croatia.