Gordon Strachan says Scotland produced their best game of his reign in the 1-0 win against Georgia.
The Scots recorded their first victory in Euro 2016 qualifying through Akaki Khubutia's own goal at Ibrox.
"That's the best hour, 65 minutes that we've had as a football team since I've been here," said the Scotland manager.
"I didn't know the players could play that type of free-flowing football, with such ease, and break down a good side."
Scotland enjoyed the majority of possession and forced Georgia goalkeeper Giorgi Loria into a number of impressive saves.
But despite creating a number of chances, they only got on the scoresheet once. A powerful shot from Shaun Maloney was saved but then struck Khubutia to spin into the net for an own goal.
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