A furious Scott McTominay branded Georgia’s players “cry babies” and a “disgrace” for their behaviour in Scotland’s Euro 2024 qualifying draw in Tbilisi.
The Manchester United midfielder, who scored his seventh goal of the qualifying campaign in the 2-2 draw, felt their opponents were constantly trying to influence the referee.
The stop-start game, which saw six yellow cards and 32 fouls given with a melee in each half, angered McTominay.
He told Viaplay: “Every game at this level is big, and obviously they have got some really, really good footballers but tonight I thought the way they were acting was a disgrace in terms of provoking the referee as well.
“Anyway, that’s football and that’s sometimes the way it goes. We have to keep our heads but it’s difficult.