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Legend of Scotland Scott McTominay calls Georgia stars a “disgrace,” while Manchester United star criticizes opponents for “crying like babies.”

To make sure players can’t behave in that manner going forward, the midfield player has pushed regulatory agencies to enact new regulations.

The Manchester United hero leveled the record for most goals in a qualifying round with another goal in Georgia, bringing his total for the campaign to seven. This continued his incredible goal-scoring run.

At full time, Scott McTominay was enraged with the Georgia team.


In Tbilisi, Lawrence Shankland’s late goal saved a point for the Scots.


On Sunday, Scotland plays Norway in the group’s last match.

At the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, McTominay, 26, tied the score at one after Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, a star for Napoli, took the lead.

After Kvaratskhelia scored again to make it two, it appeared that Scotland would suffer another loss and endure more suffering in the nation, but Lawrence Shankland came up with a late away point in stoppage time.

The Tartan Army’s three-game losing streak came to an end, but McTominay was still incensed with his opponents in the conclusion, criticizing them for attempting to slow down the clock wherever possible.

The Scotland players begged Aleksandar Stavrev, the match’s whistler, repeatedly, and the Manchester United midfielder called the Georgians a “disgrace” in his post-match interview.

“They have some very good footballers, but the way they were acting tonight was a disgrace in terms of provoking the referee,” he told Viaplay.

That’s football, I suppose, and that’s simply the way things work.

“Action should be taken against athletes who falsely claim to be hurt.

“It’s hard to say, but playing football all afternoon is not lying around and sobbing like babies.

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