Sunday's defeat in Scotland included a first-ever competitive strike for Gibraltar - in their tenth official international since they became UEFA members. Lee Casciaro was the player who wrote his name into his nation's record books, with a breakaway goal in the 19th-minute.
Dave Wilson, Gibraltar coach:
We had a period in the game where we achieved our aim of coming here to score a goal and create history and show that we don't just sit on our 18-yard line for long periods of the game. And in that period we were in Scotland's box three or four occasions. It was one of those never-going-to-last moments, but while it lasted I was enjoying every minute.
As a Scotsman, this Scotland team are punching brilliantly above their weight. It was a bit of tear-jerking moment, but it was fantastic; the way the Scottish fans were to our players and fans was great.
I don't know whether that draw for us is going to come in this tournament or the next - that's down to the players and coaches and how hard we work to keep improving them. It's small steps; it's five minute bursts. We seem to improve by five minutes each time so hopefully by the end of the campaign we'll be able to play for 70 minutes.
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