GORDON STRACHAN pinpoints his disaster as Scotland trainer to usually TWO games.
The 60-year-old has analysed a dual luckless gift campaigns he was in assign for during his 5 years during Hampden.
Sacked trainer Strachan said: “I indeed consider we can conclude a 5 years in dual games — Georgia divided and Lithuania during home.
“Forget a rest. Forget a last-minute goals.
“It was tangible by those dual games. That’s what influenced us.”
Scotland mislaid divided to a Georgians during a essential indicate of a Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Strachan’s side finished fourth behind Germany, Poland and Ireland — who ALL reached a finals in France final year.
A dear home pull opposite Lithuania during Hampden represented a deleterious start to a 2018 World Cup group.
In a end, Scotland finished behind England and Slovakia.
Strachan added: “When we left we were 29th in a universe rankings.
“But we got to 23rd during one stage.
“We did well, dipped a bit, afterwards came behind again. It wasn’t like we usually had a year when it went well.
“We kick a Republic of Ireland and pushed Poland to usually measure in a final notation to equalise. And we gave Germany a game.
“When they qualified, one got beaten by Portugal in extra-time, to Cristiano Ronaldo’s organisation that went on to win it.
“Germany got to a semis and a Republic to a final 16.
“No one else achieved like that when they got there. Our organisation was a hardest by a million miles.
“We were so tighten to subordinate too. It was usually a Georgia diversion that let us down.”