Iceland lost to Scotland in a even match where Scotland got to 0 – 2 and Iceland scored from a penalty 1- 2 and got few good chances to even the score in the last minutes of the game. Iceland has never qualified for a major international tournament in their football history and it seams that it will not be the case for this world cup either.
Scotland held on for a needed win to continue their 100% record against Iceland.
Kirk Broadfoot (18)
Barry Robson (59)
Eidur Smari Gudjohnsen (penality, 77)
Iceland: Kjartan Sturluson (goal), Birkir Saevarsson (Veigar Gunnarsson, 78), Bjarni Eiriksson (Indridi Sigurdsson, 46), Kristjan Sigurdsson, Gretar Steinsson, Aron Gunnarsson (Palmi Palmason, 63), Hermann Hreidarsson, Stefan Gislason, Eidur Gudjohnsen, Heidar Helguson, Emil Hallfredsson.
Scotland: Craig Gordon (goal), Kirk Broadfoot, Gary Naysmith, Stephen Mcmanus (sent off 77th), Gary Caldwell, Scott Brown, Darren Fletcher, Shaun Maloney (Alexander Graham, 78), James McFadden (Paul Hartley, 81), Barry Robson, Kris Commons (Kenny Miller, 62).
The Scottish audience, who were extremely lively and in good spirits, made a big impression on the Icelandic audience, who outnumbered the Scots by five to on.
For pictures of the friendly Scots visiting Iceland go to http://flickr.com/photos/olafur/2845318731/in/photostream/