Scotland’s match-winning goal Dykes, Lyndon According to his supervisor, Steve Clarke, “he doesn’t always get the recognition he deserves.”
Dykes’ 86th-minute goal gave the Faroe Islands a 1-0 World Cup qualification victory.
It was the striker’s fourth goal in as many games, but he will be suspended for the penultimate qualifier in Moldova next month after receiving a booking.
Clarke responded, “He made a fantastic choice, didn’t he, coming to play for us?”
“I’m pleased with Lyndon. I know what I get from him, what he brings to the team. “Sometimes he doesn’t get the credit he deserves, but this run and the goals and important points he’s winning us is just part of the whole set-up.
“When you get to this stage, all the teams are going to get the two yellows that rule players out. It’s a chance for someone else to be a hero next month.”
A Nathan Patterson cross ricocheted in off Dykes’ chest with time running out on a dismal night for Scotland, the goal confirmed after a lengthy VAR assessment to give the national side their fourth win in a row.
Source: BBC Sport