Hampden football museum to revel in France victory
- 11 October 2007
The goal scored by Scotland striker James McFadden against France last month is to be installed as a permanent reminder at Scotland’s national football museum.
A giant photograph of the goal - scored at the Parc des Princes in Paris taking Scotland a step closer towards qualifying for the 2008 European Championships - will be displayed at the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden.
The 1-0 win for Scotland saw the national side go to the top of Group B, ahead of France, Italy, Ukraine, Lithuania, Georgia and the Faroe Islands.
McFadden will unveil the picture of his 30-yard strike, which will be displayed at the museum entrance.
Elated Tartan Army fans, who travelled to France for the match on September 12, celebrated on the streets of Paris after the win.