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John McGinn scored his first career hat-trick since Scotland ended a run of four defeats using a win over San Marino in a sodden Hampden.
24, mcGinn, became the first Scotland player to score some treble since Lawrie Reilly in 1952.
Stuart Findlay and lawrence Shankland marked their first starts.
As the strain head coach Steve Clarke was awakened after Thursdays 4-0 defeat by Russia, stuart Armstrongs free-kick included a late sixth.
The win moves up his side to fourth in Group I, over Kazakhstan who lost to Belgium at home.
Together with Cyprus the Scots are now one point before finishing at home against the Kazakhs behind the side that they confront next month in Nicosia.
Scotland can still be eligible for their first championship since 1998 through the Euro 2020 play-offs, that start in March, having earned the opportunity to progress this past year, by winning their Nations League team.
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