Chris Cadden and Allan Campbell played their part in the Scotland U21 3-0 win over Andorra at Tynecastle on Thursday evening.
Cadden, now an established regular in Scott Gemmill's team, played for 90 minutes and featured in many of the sides attacking moves. He supplied a peach of a cross from the right wing to set up Everton's Fraser Hornby third goal of the match.
Campbell came off the bench in the 53rd minute to add some steel to the Scotland midfield.
The result of this UEFA European Under-21 Championship Qualifier, was never in doubt and it was just a matter of time before we would find a way through the visitor's defence.
A penalty shortly before the break gave us the first goal and Hornby collected the match ball by adding a couple in the second half.
The team will now travel for their next fixture against the Netherlands on Tuesday.