SCOTT McTOMINAY snubbed the Tartan Army to spark a row as Callum McGregor pushed Scotland coach James McFadden away in anger.
Youngster McTominay – a second-half substitute – sprinted up the tunnel at the full-time whistle as Alex McLeish’s men applauded the visiting support in the wake of their embarrassing loss to Kazakhstan.
It was something which didn’t go unnoticed by his team-mates, with captain McGregor in particular looking angered by the Manchester United midfielder’s exit.
He seemed to remonstrate with No2 James McFadden as Scotland’s fortunes went from bad to worse.
They were beaten 3-0 in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier.
BBC radio presenter Richard Gordon said: “There was apparently a scuffle between McGregor and McFadden.”
McLeish faces a huge battle to remain in the hot seat in the wake of this afternoon’s shambles.
McGregor – skipper for the match in Andy Robertson’s absence – was asked about being “frustrated” with ex-Scotland star Faddy at the final whistle.
He didn’t deny a flare-up and told Sky Sports: “It was massive frustration.
“You come away, you want to start the campaign well but you’ve got to play better than that if you want to grab points.”
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Under-fire McLeish later explained that McTominay has been struggling with illness and had to dash to the toilet.
He said: “McTominay had a stomach upset.”
Scotland face San Marino on Sunday in the second game of the campaign.