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27/03/2015 - 09:56 GMT

Celtic Goalkeeper Craig Gordon Overjoyed at Scotland Appearance

 




Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon admits that starting for Scotland again on Wednesday night against Northern Ireland was a special occasion in his career.

The former Sunderland goalkeeper has battled with career threatening injuries over the last few years, but a strong season at Celtic earned him a recall to the national team squad.




He made his first start for Scotland since 2010 and though he had very little to do in the 45 minutes he was on the pitch against Northern Ireland, Gordon admits that the occasion was special.

The Celtic goalkeeper stressed that more than his performance against Northern Ireland, the feeling of playing for Scotland again was important to him.

 


Though Gordon was substituted at half time for Allan McGregor, he admits that he enjoyed every minute of his first international start in five years.

"To start the game and be out on the field singing the national anthem – that's something special", Gordon was quoted as saying by the BBC.

"It's important for me to have that feeling of starting a game again. I had to deal with some pass-backs and balls over the top and sometimes that's all you have to do.

“You can't go looking for work as a goalkeeper – it comes to you.”


Gordon earned his 44th international cap for Scotland against Northern Ireland and will be hoping to clock up many more under manager Gordon Strachan.

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