Scotland 0-1 Northern Ireland: What did the manager say?

Scotland manager Steve Clarke tells BBC Scotland: "Northern Ireland did everything we expected them to do. They defended with their lives. They were good, we weren't quite good enough to break them down.

"I think a lot of the players tried to grab the game by the scruff of the neck. We just didn't create the clean-cut chance that would have got us back in the game. We huffed and puffed a bit, but it wasn't our night.

"It's obviously better if you're winning, but the key is to peak in June, not March. Hopefully we peak in June.

"It's been a long time since we've had as much possession as that. I'd be very surprised if we have a game like that in the finals in the summer.

"We had chances. You can't criticise them for trying. March hasn't been our best international camp."

On Andy Robertson, he said: "We'll assess him. He'll go back to his club and they'll assess him. Hopefully he's back soon."