Brown hands Levein winning start

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Kris Boyd ended his self-imposed international exile but it was Scott Brown who was the unlikely goal hero as Craig Levein claimed a 1-0 win over Czech Republic in his first game as Scotland manager.

Brown grabbed the only goal of the game to hand the Scots their first friendly win at Hampden since victory over Australia back in 1996.

This match may not have been pretty to watch at times but handed the nation a much-needed boost ahead of the forthcoming European Championship qualifiers, where Scotland will again meet Michal Bilek's men.

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