Scotland U21s kept alive their Euro final hopes after coming from behind to beat Northern Ireland 3-1 in Paisley.
It was a vital recovery for the Scots from a 2-0 defeat by group leaders in France four days earlier,
Sbragia’s side remain fourth in the table behind Iceland and Macedonia with four games remaining, while France are six points ahead of the Scots having played a game more
Aberdeen midfielder Craig Storie secured a debut Scotland U21 cap when starting against the Irish.
Ricky Sbragia’s young Scots fell behind early on after goalkeeper Jack Hamilton misjudged Shay McCartan’s free-kick as it curled in.
The opportunity to equalise was squandered when Jason Cummings’ penalty was saved by Irish keeper Conor Brennan.
Scotland received a life-line when second-half substitute Oliver McBurnie bundled in an equaliser.
Scotland went ahead when Cummings, pictured, clinically converted at the back post.
Cummings later scored from close range to secure the three points.