Naismith keeps Scotland hopes alive
Steven Naismith kept Scotland's Euro 2012 hopes alive with a second-half winner in a nervy 1-0 win against Lithuania at Hampden.
Scotland captain Darren Fletcher had a penalty saved by Zydrunas Karcemarskas a minute before the break to keep the Tartan Army on edge.
But in the 49th minute Naismith slammed in a pass from Barry Bannan to take Craig Levein's side to within two points of play-off rivals Czech Republic with both countries having two games remaining.
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