Could Abi Harrison be the answer? She enjoyed her goal on Saturday with a wee boogie - an art that we know all Scotland players are proficient in. Post updateHT: Iceland 0-0 ScotlandShe's been a star of SWPL1 with reigning champions Rangers this season, but Brogan Hay couldn't quite bag her first international goal in the opening 45. Again though, the success of Scotland's pressing must have pleased the manager.
Two goals in two minutes for Kristjansdottir as she curls one beautifully into the far corner. A scoreline you could have scarcely believed on the evidence of the first half. Copyright: BBC SportGOAL Iceland 1-0 ScotlandKristjansdottirIceland have looked better in the second period and get their luck with an unfortunate deflection wrong-footing a previously untroubled Lee Gibson.
There’s no question that Scotland are the better side and plenty of positives for Pedro Martinez Losa. But aye, been warmer at Hampden! KICK-OFFIceland 0-0 ScotlandBack at it in Murcia. Here's hoping Scotland no longer having the wind at their backs doesn't knock the wind out their sails! Post updateHT: Iceland 0-0 ScotlandYou wonder how long it'll take Pedro Martinez Losa to turn to his bench as Scotland continue to search for the breakthrough in the second period.
A goal on her international debut. Copyright: BBC SportPost updateIceland 0-0 ScotlandRachel Corsie receiving treatment now. She's gone down relatively unchallenged, which is always a concern. It’s not always sunny in Spain…Iceland 0-0 ScotlandChloe DavidsonBBC Scotland at the Pinatar ArenaHopefully the wind won’t interfere too much with play in the second-half, some rogue balls flying about at the end of the first period there.
Scotland will be grateful to see the back of Kristjansdottir, whose brace bamboozled the opposition. Post updateIceland 2-0 ScotlandIt's Abi Harrison's turn to try and make her mark as she glides into the box, evading a couple of challenges with ease. She ends up at a really tight angle, and her drilled effort is turned behind for another wasted corner. Post updateIceland 2-0 ScotlandWell, there's your answer. Kirsty Hanson, Brogan Hay, Caroline Weir and Clare Emslie all depart, with Martha Thomas, Abi Harrison, Christie Murray and Lauren Davidson all entering the fray. The latter almost has an instant impact as she meets Fiona Brown's cross, but just fails to find the target.
Post updateIceland 2-0 ScotlandRight, how do Scotland respond? The first call of action seems to be just to calm things down after a shell-shocking quick fire double. Post updateIceland 2-0 ScotlandLeanne CrichtonEx-Scotland international on BBC AlbaThat's an unbelievable finish. Seven minutes into the second half, Scotland somehow find themselves two goals down. GOAL Iceland 2-0 ScotlandKristjansdottirWow, what a goal that is.
It still requires a strong boot from Lee Gibson as Iceland pose a threat again. Post updateIceland 2-0 ScotlandA snapshot this time from Martha Thomas, but the effort clips an Icelandic defender and bounds wide for another corner. Not many of the Scottish set-plays have troubled the backline, apart from that Sophie Howard header in the first period. Post updateIceland 2-0 ScotlandMartha Thomas was sniffing around for a sight at goal there, just inches away from getting onto the end of a through ball into the box. Kirsty Smith replaces makeshift right-back Fiona Brown. Post updateIceland 2-0 ScotlandIceland, too, make a quadruple change.
Watch: Scotland two down against Iceland in Pinatar CupGot a TV Licence? You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law. Find out moreLive Reporting Sean McGillAll times stated are UKPost updateIceland 2-0 ScotlandLeanne CrichtonEx-Scotland international on BBC AlbaScotland have lost the momentum that they had with the injection from the substitutes. They're struggling now. Post updateIceland 2-0 ScotlandNicola Docherty is protesting her innocence as she puts her body on the line to block a stringing strike, only to be penalised for handball. The subsequent set-piece glides over the top of the Scotland crossbar. Post updateIceland 2-0 ScotlandDorvaldsdottir finds herself through on goals with a well-timed run, but under the watchful eye of Rachel Corsie, doesn't get the desired connection.
Post updateHT: Iceland 0-0 ScotlandIf you can bear it, let's take a look at some of those opportunities that Scotland failed to capitalise on in the first half. This passage of play might have been the most frustrating of the lot, with Sophie Howard and Rachel Corsie both spurning big chances back-to-back. HALF-TIME Iceland 0-0 ScotlandWell, how Scotland didn't score in that first half is a mystery to me. Many a glorious opportunity passed Pedro Martinez Losa's side by, with a lack of finishing touch hampering the Scots so far. Iceland barely laid a glove, and Lee Gibson will be feeling like she's on a Spanish holiday in between the sticks. Post updateIceland 0-0 ScotlandLeanne CrichtonEx-Scotland international on BBC AlbaIt's a really good chance for Iceland.