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The Derby County goalkeeper was the penalty shoot-out hero yet again when he saved from Serbia striker Aleksandar Mitrovic in a tense Euro play-off after 120 minutes of action.
All nine penalties had been dispatched when Fulham forward Mitrovic stepped up from 12 yards for the tenth overall spot-kick, with Marshall diving to his left and getting a strong hand to his effort.
But there was a slight delay that made the whole thing even sweeter. Marshall was initially unsure as to whether Scotland had won, especially as he had come off his line to make the save and VAR was in use.
However, the moment that the triumph was confirmed to him by the referee has quickly gone viral on social media this evening.
Marshall gestured to the official and when he finally realised he had just secured Scotland's first appearance in a major tournament for 22 years, he exploded into complete and utter euphoria as his Scotland teammates charged over to him.
The former Cardiff City and Celtic shot-stopper was very quickly whisked in for a post-match interview with Sky Sports but the reporter allowed him to cut it short to enjoy the celebrations.
:speaking_head: "I don't even want to be here to be honest"- Football Daily (@footballdaily) November 12, 2020
David Marshall ditches the post-match interview to rejoin Scotland's celebrations pic.twitter.com/oBWQZfIGHC
What a moment and what an achievement for Steve Clarke's men. They now join England, Croatia and the Czech Republic in Group D, with two of their group games set to be played at Hampden Park.
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