Rangers target Angus Gunn has enjoyed a great start to life as Scotland’s number one goalkeeper, keeping two clean sheets.
What a night it was for Scotland.
Steve Clarke’s men were on a high already after beating Cyprus 3-0 at the weekend but nobody really expected Scotland to beat Spain.
Scott McTominay scored another brace to secure a stunning win at Hampden Park, leaving Spain thoroughly embarrassed.
That’s four goals in two games for McTominay with his form absolutely stealing the show for Scotland.
The Manchester United star’s incredible goalscoring feats have somewhat overshadowed the displays of Rangers target Angus Gunn.
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Rangers target Angus Gunn enjoys strong start for Scotland
Rangers are looking at potential goalkeeper signings for the summer and Norwich City ace Gunn has been linked.
The Sun report that Norwich stopper Gunn is a top target as Rangers look to sign a successor to Allan McGregor.
Gunn only recently switched his international allegiance from England to Scotland.
Yet Clarke decided to throw Gunn straight in against Cyprus and allowed him to keep the shirt against Spain.
Gunn has responded well, recording two clean sheets in his first two Scotland games.
Gunn was only forced into two saves against Cyprus and three saves against Spain, but starting in this manner is huge for the Rangers target.
The 27-year-old was even booked for time-wasting, a show of the so-called ‘dark arts’ that Rangers fans would surely love if he joins this summer.
As far as starts go, this is a perfect one for Gunn and Rangers will now hope that he sees Scotland as a lucky charm – or his rightful home – and pushes for an Ibrox move.