Scotland head coach Steve Clarke: "We came here with the intention of winning the game. You always say to your players, if you can't win, then don't lose. We showed good character.
"It was not our best performance, first half, despite dominating the ball. We didn't create too much in open play and we concede what we think is quite a poor goal.
"A little chat at half time, a couple of changes, we started brighter. Conceded another goal that we could have done better with to a very, very good player and then showed good character to stay in the game, plug away and create chances.
"In the first half we didn't keep our shape well enough, we didn't show enough patience. You have to wait for your chances to come. We controlled the game better in the second half.
"It wasn't an off night, it was a difficult night against a good opponent. Georgia are probably the best pot four team and have one player up front who is exceptional. It is a night where we can do better, but to say it was an off night would be unfair to our players."