|Gary Caldwell, G|
|Stephen McManus (Christophe Berra, 75)|
|Scott Brown (Graham Alexander, Gr, 83)|
|Paul Hartley (Shaun Maloney, 59)|
|Barry Ferguson (Scott Robertson, 59)|
|James McFadden (David Clarkson, 67)|
|Chris Iwelumo (Lee Miller, L, 46)|
|Juan Pablo Carrizo|
|Emiliano Ramiro Papa (Daniel Diaz, 86)|
|Maximiliano Maxi Rodriguez (Ernesto Jose Sosa, 90)|
|Fernando Ruben Gago|
|Jonas Gutierrez (Lucho Luis Gonzalez, 71)|
|Ezequiel Ivan Lavezzi (German Gustavo Denis, 76)|
The ref has blown his whistle for full time.
Argentina are replacing Maximiliano Maxi Rodriguez with Ernesto Jose Sosa.
Scott Robertson is booked for unsporting behaviour.
Emiliano Ramiro Papa is replaced by Daniel Diaz.
Scott Brown is replaced by Graham Alexander.
Ezequiel Ivan Lavezzi is being taken off, German Gustavo Denis has come on in his place.
Scotland are replacing Stephen McManus with Christophe Berra.
Argentina are replacing Jonas Gutierrez with Lucho Luis Gonzalez.
James McFadden is being taken off, David Clarkson has come on in his place.
Paul Hartley is being taken off, Shaun Maloney has come on in his place.
Scotland are replacing Barry Ferguson with Scott Robertson.
Chris Iwelumo is replaced by Lee Miller.
The second half is under way with the score currently at 0 v 1.
Half time whistle is blown by F Brych
Gary Caldwell goes into the referee's book for unsporting behaviour.
Goal!! Argentina have scored with Maximiliano Maxi Rodriguez putting it in the back of the net.
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