There was no special start for Alex McLeish's return to Hampden, with his Scotland side losing 1-0 to Costa Rica in a friendly.

ALLAN MCGREGOR: No chance with opening goal and had very little else to do but watch the ball go past him as Brian Ruiz rattled the bar (6)

GRANT HANLEY: Limitations on the ball shown up as part of the back three, struggling at times to link up with Paterson and missing the mark with several passes. Defended well enough (6)

CHARLIE MULGREW: Captain for the evening and was neat and tidy enough in possession as well as solid enough at the heart of the back three. The one member of the backline who consistently found a pass (6)

SCOTT MCKENNA: Good ball over the top to Robertson in first half and gained in confidence on the ball as game wore on, although his passing didn’t always find the mark. Decent enough debut form the Aberdeen youngster though (6)

CALLUM PATERSON: Deployed at right wing-back but always provides a goal threat, and headed Ritchie’s corner just wide in first half. Wasteful in possession at times and looked a little out of sorts (5)

SCOTT MCTOMINAY: Subdued debut for the Manchester United man in front of the watching Jose Mourinho, but showed glimpses of his passing ability and impressive physicality before being replaced just before the hour (6)

KEVIN MCDONALD: Got stuck in but failed to really influence the game from the middle of the park (5)

TOM CAIRNEY: Gave the ball away for Costa Rica to break and then lost the runner who provided the cross for the opening goal. Improved slightly after the break and had one great pass to create a chance for McBurnie before being replaced (5)

ANDY ROBERTSON: Good interception set up chance for McBurnie and showcased his explosive running power to get in behind when he could. Some good crosses in second half that deserved better from the men in the middle (7)

MATT RITCHIE: Frequently conceded possession and looked ponderous on the ball. Ballooned attempt at a cross that almost cleared the stand behind the goal rather summed up his night, and then passed up best Scotland opportunity of the night when firing straight at Navas (4)

OLI MCBURNIE: Latched onto Robertson ball to test Navas with good low effort in the first half and put in a real shift up front on his own on his debut. Insistence on coming onto right foot cost him a couple of chances as he turned into traffic (6)


CALLUM MCGREGOR: On for last half an hour played a lovely penetrating pass to put Ritchie in on goal, but Newcastle man couldn’t convert (5)

STUART ARMSTRONG: Livened up proceedings and brought a much-needed sense of urgency (5)

MATT PHILLIPS: On for last 15 minutes through the middle in place of McBurnie, but didn’t really get involved (2)

JOHN MCGINN: Got last 10 minutes but couldn’t influence the game (2)

JAMIE MURPHY: On late but little time to make an impact (2)