Scotland held to 1 – 1 draw by Canada

It should have been an easy game. Ranked 117 in the world, Canada were not expected to put up too much of a fight. Scotland, although not having had the best of results recently, were expected to win. Or at least put on a better performance. It wasn’t to be.

Scotland, ideally, were looking for an impressive result. With the World Cup qualifier against Slovenia coming up on Sunday, it was everyone’s hope that the Strachan’s squad would win in outstanding fashion against the Canadians. However, after only 11 minutes Falkirk’s Fraser Aird put the visitors ahead. The Easter Road crowd were stunned into silence. And it didn’t improve much from there.

The rest of the match was a scrappy affair. Scotland equalised before the end of the first half, Steven Naismith scoring in the 35th minute. And that was it. The rest of the game provided the fans with little cheer. With a few near misses and better possession, it could be argued that Scotland were the better side. But with no more goals, many fans will have been disappointed, and few will be hopeful of a good performance against Slovenia.

Seriously Scotland! You’re better than this! We need a good result on Sunday. None of us want yet another World Cup finals as a spectator country.

 

One Response to “Scotland held to 1 – 1 draw by Canada”

  1. Real Soldiers deserve all the acknowledgment.

    The Dannite keys of Works
    To the Literal Jewish Nation of Israel, the Tribe of Dan.

    Dan is also known as Dan and Judah. For Judah was Judah, yet Dan was Dan and Judah together. Because the tribe of Judah was adopted as the Southern Baptist Church, they are Judah, and the Jewish nation of Israel is Dan and Judah, known as Dan so that we know the difference.
    (2 Samuel 3:10) (1 kings 4:25)

    The Dannite key of Works is that the people are the Trees in a Parable. In the Book of Numbers where the people are being counted as pertaining to how many trees are to be planted, as we know that they were cut down throughout thousands of years. The Soldiers of the Bible are Fruit trees. Make sure you have plenty of Officers “nut trees” and soldiers to fight the battle of hunger. The Captains are the nit trees, and the Chiefs clean give us clean Oxygen to breath. The ancient Jews had a perfect military.

    (Judges 9:7-15) (Psalm 1:1-3) (Isaiah 55:12) (Mark 8:22-24)
    The Dannite Key of Works goes with the Naphtali Key of Works, Dan’s Brother.

    (Numbers Chapters 1 through 4, Chapter 26 and Chapter 31, the commanding fruit trees.)

    Each Tribe has a tree. Here are twelve trees listed in The Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs, in the ‘Bodleian Aramaic Fragment Col. C. 23-24’ where it says; “Of all the twelve kinds of wood, he told me that those of them are fitting to burn on the alter whose smoke goes up to a sweet savour. And these are their names: cedar, and bay, and almond, and fir, and pine, and mountain ash, and cypress, and fig, and olive, and laurel, and myrtle, and aspalathus.” (Revelation 22:2)

    The Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs (Levi 9:10-13) says; “And before entering into the holy place, bathe; and when thou offerest the sacrifices wash; and again, when thou finishest the sacrifice, wash of twelve trees having leaves, offer to the Lord, as Abraham taught me also.”
    (Isaiah 35:1-10, 41:19)

    (These are some of the thoughts on Trees to plant)

    Cedar Tree – Joseph (Song of Solomon 1:17)
    Bay Tree – Dan
    Almond Tree – Judah
    Fir Tree – Levi (Psalm 104:17)
    Pine Tree – Simeon
    Mountain Ash Tree – Reuben
    Cypress Tree – Issachar
    Fig Tree – Zebulun
    Olive Tree – Benjamin
    Laurel Tree – Gad
    Myrtle – Asher
    Aspalathus Tree – Naphtali

    Almond represents David; Gad is David’s Seer.

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