Scotland 3 Kazakhstan 1: Five things we learned in Scotland's successful revenge mission

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IT was revenge. And it was most definitely served cold. Scotland’s Kazakh curse seemed like it was coming back with a vengeance as Steve Clarke's men trailed at half time and were jeered off the field. But on a freezing night at Hampden Park, a measure of recompense for the most embarrassing result in the nation’s history eventually arrived. What did we learn on a night where Scotland made it
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