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Scotland kickstarted their UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship qualifying campaign with a convincing 4-0 win over Slovakia in their second match of the first round mini-tournament in Sweden.
Scotland signalled their intentions early on when Louise Mason had a goal chopped off for offside on 22 minutes, but Shelley Kerr's side failed to capitalise in the first half.
Eilish McSorley finally made the breakthrough just after the restart, netting from a Lana Clelland corner.
A Sarah Ewens shot was deflected onto the bar a few minutes later, and Mason cracked the bar again from the resultant corner.
Mason, Clelland and Emily Thompson all had shots on target as Michaela Horváthová in the Slovakian goal kept her side in the match.
Scotland continued to pile pressure, and in the 76th minute the floodgates opened. Mason's shot from outside the box hit the top corner, and just a minute later Lisa Evans made it three in similar style.
McSorley added a fourth six minutes from time, getting on the end of another Clelland corner.
Scotland under-19: Nicolle Andrews, Louise Magilton, Claire Thoms, Eilish McSorley, Lana Clelland, Lisa Evans, Sarah Ewens, Emma Mitchell, Emily Thompson, Chloe Craig, Louise Mason. Subs: Nicola Hardie, Aimee Godfrey, Stefanie Malcolm, Rebecca Zoltie, Jennifer Callaghan.
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