Oct 14, 2014 at 7.45pm UK at ​National Stadium
Poland
2-2
Scotland
Maczynski (12'), Milik (76')
Krychowiak (60'), Mila (83')
FT(HT: 1-1)
Maloney (18'), Naismith (57')
Greer (86')

Ikechi Anya praises Scotland character

Anya praises Scotland character
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Scotland forward Ikechi Anya praises his side for their resilience following Tuesday's 2-2 draw with Poland.

Scotland forward Ikechi Anya has praised the character of his team following their 2-2 draw with Poland in Euro 2016 qualifying.

The Tartan Army came away from Warsaw with a credible point on Tuesday night to boost their hopes of reaching the tournament.

Having withstood a late siege from the Poles to secure themselves a draw, Anya believes that the Scots should be proud of their display.

"Towards the end I think we were a bit tired and they managed to get their second, but we showed a lot of character to hold on for 2-2 because towards the end they were probably the better side," he told UEFA.com.

Scotland's next qualifier will be played on November 14 when they meet the Republic of Ireland in Glasgow.

Poland's Krzysztof Maczynski celebrates with teammates after scoring during the UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying match between Poland and Scotland on October 14, 2014
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