Steve Clarke urges Scotland to learn from Russia defeat against San Marino

Steve Clarke has advocated his Scotland side to not live on their defeat to Russia but also to learn the brutal lessons as they prepare to face Group.
Scotland are fifth in the group using only six points entering 12 points behind second-placed Russia Sundays round of games and a further three points adrift of Belgium.
On making it into Euro 2020 through the play-off place that leaves the side reliant of Clarke they earnt after a National League contest, instead of the Qualifiers.
The game against bottom club San Marino – yet to register a target, let alone a point during eligibility – has therefore come at the right time and Clarke wants his players to turn into a positive performance in front of their home fans at Hampden Park, live on Sky Sports.
We are just looking to get on the disappointment at another night and get ready for our second match, said Clarke.
What is gone is gonewe must learn out of it. I think in adversity you always learn more about folks than when matters are positive, occasionally.
Thus we must learn these lessons, stay together as a group and we have to turn the corner and what better way to turn the corner than the match tomorrow night.
Clarke has verified because he seems to relive several areas of the group Sunderland goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin will begin in place of David Marshall.
One that is going to be a definite change – and it was a pre-planned shift – David Marshall will change and Jon McLaughlin will play, added Clarke.
I require a second goalkeeper with much additional caps, much longer expertise to perform. This was always planned.

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