Scotland Under-21s have suffered a potentially damaging 2-0 defeat to the Ukraine in their Euro 2019 qualifying campaign.
Scot Gemmill's side needed a win to keep their hopes of reaching the finals on track, but now sit in fourth place in their group thanks to the reverse at McDiarmid Park.
Andrei Boryachuk opened the scoring for the visitors before Viktor Kovalenko added a second in the 90th minute, helping Ukraine leapfrog Scotland into third place in Group 4 and move them level on points with the Netherlands in second.
Scotland are only one point worse off with seven on the board, but it has been a disappointing week for Gemmill's side, who dropped points against Latvia at home in Friday's 1-1 draw.
England occupy the top spot in the group, with 13 points from five matches.