Scotland has dominated in their Euro cup qualifier game against Lithuania.

Dominating possession early on, the Scots had the first serious chance with Phil Bardsley knocking a corner over to Christophe Berra, who completely failed to do anything useful with the ball.

Barry Bannan also showed himself capable of annoying the Lithuanians, while Dan Cowie took a nice shot from 18 yards out.

Thirty minutes in and the Scots were having everything their own way until the referee decided not to award a penalty to Bardsley, who claimed he was tripped.

Naismith attempted to get a got clean goal with a header from a Bannan cross, but just sent the ball to the Lithuanian keeper.

Having squandered all their chances thus far fate was merciful to the Scots and gifted them a penalty thanks to a Lithuanian hand ball. Surely the goal would come now?

Surely not. Darren Fletcher took the penalty but the shot was saved by a goal keeper with an un-spellable and un-pronuncable name.

At half time the score remained 0-0.