Scotland has dominated the their opening game in the qualifiers for Euro 2012 against Lithuania, but failed to grab a win.

The first ray of hope from Scotland came from Kenny Miller who narrowly missed smashing the ball into the net following a cross from Steven Naismith.

Lithuania were not absent from the game with Tadas Kijansjas causing enough trouble for Scotland to warrant a booking. The home side very nearly went 1-0 up against Scotland when Saulius Mikoliunas smashes the ball towards the goal but is denied by a spectacular save from Allan McGregor.

Scotland were later awarded a free kick near the Lithuania goal, which was taken decently by Barry Robson, but was saved by keeper Zydrunas Karcemarskas.

At half time the score was 0-0 but Scotland certainly looked the more likely to score.

When play resumed Scotland continued putting pressure on the Lithuanians with Kenny Miller heading an excellent Robson cross into the keeper.

A few moments later Naismith made another attempt but again the keeper was in place to prevent the goal.

Still goalless Scotland brought on James McFadden and James Morrison who both launched vigorous attempts to deconstruct the Lithuanian defence.

However it all proved to be of no avail, making the final score 0-0.