Harrison found the net as Scotland saw off Austria at Hampden Park.
A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Friday: SPAIN Osasuna hosts Valencia aiming for another win that would lift it into the top four spots in the Spanish league. Osasuna has emerged as the surprise of the season so far in Spain. The modest club from Pamplona has only two losses in seven rounds and ruined Real Madrid’s perfect start to the season last round when it earned a 1-1 draw at the Santiago Bernabéu. Coach Jagoba Arrasate has guided Osasuna into sixth place, level on points w
Nketiah, yet to start in the Premier League this season, grabbed his second goal in two European appearances. Then defender Holding, who has been on the pitch for just two minutes in the league this term, headed a second before Vieira tapped in a late third to make it two wins from two for Mikel Arteta's men in Group A. Glimt had stunned Roma 6-1 in the group stage, and knocked out Celtic, on their way to the Europa Conference League quarter-finals last season. Vieira should have given them the lead in the ninth minute after Granit Xhaka, one of three starters who also began Saturday's win over Tottenham, fed the overlapping Kieran Tierney down the left.