Scotland face England in Toulon Tournament semi-finals

Ryan Hardie
Ryan Hardie was on loan to Raith Rovers from Rangers this season

Scotland Under-20s will face England in the semi-finals of the Toulon Tournament after Ryan Hardie's double secured a narrow win over Indonesia.

The 2-1 victory ensured that Scotland qualified as the best-placed runners-up from the three groups thanks to a 0-0 draw between Brazil and Czech Republic.

Scot Gemmill's side will take on England at 14:00 BST on Thursday at Stade Parsemain in France.

Ivory Coast take on the Czechs in the other semi-final.

Scotland faced the Indonesians with captain Oliver Burke on the bench after the Leipzig winger picked up a knock in the win over Brazil.

Indonesia took a surprise lead when Putra Saghara fired past Jack Ruddy after 33 minutes.

But striker Hardie, making his first start in the tournament along with Rangers team-mate Ross McCrorie, curled the equaliser just after the half-hour mark.

Hardie added his second from the penalty spot after 65 minutes following a trip on Celtic defender Anthony Ralston, who had taken over the captaincy.

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