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Colin Moffat

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  1. Until next time...

    FT: Peru 2-0 Scotland

    I'm going to sign off now. There will be reaction from Scotland manager Alex McLeish up on the BBC Sport website soon as well as a brief highlights package. It's brief because there weren't too many highlights.

    Join us again for the game against Mexico early on Sunday.

  2. Next stop, Azteca Stadium

    FT: Peru 2-0 Scotland

    The Scotland squad will pack up and head for Mexico next for another supporting role in a World Cup send-off celebration.

    There will be a bigger, noisier crowd and some serious altitude to contend with when the game kicks-off at 01:00 BST on Sunday.

    The Sportscene night owls will be back on air at 12:45 for that one and there will be text updates again.

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    FT: Peru 2-0 Scotland

    Hands up if you're wondering why on earth you are still up at this time...

    It was a largely frustrating evening for Scotland boss Alex McLeish, who has now lost two and won one of the three friendlies he's overseen in his second spell with the national side.

    Scotland manager Alex McLeish
    Image caption: Scotland manager Alex McLeish gave seven players their first taste of international football
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    Talking of highlights, we'll have an online edit available shortly but I can't honestly say it will be worth staying up for. Why not watch at your leisure once you've caught up with some kip?

    If you're a real glutton for punishment, the whole game will be on the iPlayer later on.

  5. Highlights?

    FT: Peru 2-0 Scotland

    Any positives for Scotland? Seven new faces increases the potential player pool but how many of these guys are likely to feature when it comes to competitive fixtures further down the line?

    Lewis Morgan lit things up with a couple of positive thrusts, while Dylan McGeouch did not look out of place.

    Scott McKenna is going to be an international fixture for a long time and Scott McTominay showed flashes of what he can do.

  6. FULL-TIME Peru 2-0 Scotland

    Well, there's no doubt the better side won as Peru get ready for the World Cup with a comfortable victory.

    We had seven Scotland debuts over the course of the game but there was no goal threat at all from Alex McLeish's side. Not a single shot on target.

    Jordan Archer did not enjoy a good first international, with the goalkeeper to blame in the build up to the first-half penalty, and he really should have done better with the second goal.

    How will Peru fare in Russia? Hard to tell on this performance when they only really applied themselves in fits and starts.

  7. 'Quieter now as the clock ticks down'

    Peru 2-0 Scotland

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland in Lima

    The boisterousness has gradually waned inside the Estadio Nacional, as both sides have rung the changes and the tempo on the pitch has dropped. Scotland have now given out seven new caps tonight, with most of the debutants giving a decent account of themselves.

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    Peru 2-0 Scotland

    And another Scotland debut, with Motherwell's Chris Cadden on for Kenny McLean.

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    Peru 2-0 Scotland

    Peru playing keep-ball now, lapping up the last few minutes of the tremendous backing they have enjoyed all evening. The singing just hasn't stopped.

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    More Peru changes and the noise is deafening as goalscorers Christian Cueva and Jefferson Farfan are withdrawn.

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    Peru 2-0 Scotland

    New cap number six as Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie takes over from Dylan McGeouch in centre midfield.

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    Peru 2-0 Scotland

    Celtic winger Lewis Morgan sets off on a positive burst, leaving a couple of opponents for dead before spreading the ball out to Callum Paterson on the right. The Cardiff man whips in a great cross and it lands perfectly for Oli McBurnie at the back post area, only for the striker to take a clumsy touch when he really should have tried his luck with a first-time effort. Better from Scotland though...

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    Another Scotland debut. Lewis Morgan is on for his first cap, taking over from Matt Phillips.

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    Peru 2-0 Scotland

    Now the hosts start to tinker, with two replacements of their own. That might help take the sting out of the game, unless we have fringe players with a point to prove, of course.

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    Two changes for Scotland. John McGinn and Jamie Murphy, who have both been largely anonymous, are replaced by Oli McBurnie and Callum Paterson.

    It looks like McBurnie will take over the central striker's role, with Matt Phillips moving to the left.

  16. 'Substitution might help Scots'

    Peru 2-0 Scotland

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Sportscene

    Quote Message: Scotland must try to get more support up to Matt Phillips and they're going to want to do more in possession. A substitution might help them achieve some forward motion to give the Peru defence something to think about
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    Scotland are really struggling just to get a touch now. The hosts have upped the pace significantly and it's looking like being a long second half for Alex McLeish's men.

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    This is a real sticky period for Scotland as Peru have their tails up, looking for a third goal. Yet again, a player in white and red simply waltzes into the penalty area from the left, only this time Scott McKenna is on hand to thump the ball to safety.

  19. 'Slack Scotland punished by Peru'

    Peru 2-0 Scotland

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland in Lima

    Scotland were slow out the traps there at the start of the second half and another error by Jordan Archer has given Peru more to shout about. It’s not been a great few days for goalkeepers and this won’t be a debut the Millwall man will remember especially fondly. Still no sign of Alex McLeish looking to his bench.

  20. 'Scots at fault defensively'

    Peru 2-0 Scotland

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: The disappointing thing is that Peru haven't had to work too hard for either of their goals. The goalkeeper has to get more on Fanfan's shot