TEAMtalk rates the Scotland players' performance as they slipped to a 2-0 World Cup qualifying Group A clash to Belgium in Brussels.
ALLAN MCGREGOR: Scotland's best player, he made several good saves, especially in the early stages, as the visitors found themselves under siege and had no chance with the goals. 8.
ALAN HUTTON: The right-back struggled defensively at times when Belgium came down his flank at pace and offered little offensively until it was too late. 6.
CHRISTOPHE BERRA: Clearing headers, blocks and interceptions were all part of the Wolves defender's remit during the bombardment but ultimately to no avail. 7.
GARY CALDWELL: Early mistake gifted Belgium a chance but rallied to keep the Scottish defence together as best he could under often relentless pressure. 7.
DANNY FOX: Was unsurprisingly reticent to move too far from his left-back position and was caught under the ball when Benteke scored the opener. 5.
SHAUN MALONEY: The busy little midfielder drew a great save from Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois in the first-half with a curling free-kick but threatened little thereafter. 6.
DARREN FLETCHER: The skipper played enthusiastically in front of the Scotland defence but having just returned to football after a long illness, it was no surprise he looked off the pace at times. 6.
JAMES MCARTHUR: Came into the midfield as replacement for the injured Scott Brown to make his competitive debut and while he grew in confidence as the game unfolded he was caught flat-footed when Kompany slammed in number two. 6.
JAMES MORRISON: The West Brom midfielder was to offer support to Fletcher but like the rest of the Scottish side he spent most of his time in his own half and looked tired as he came off for Matt Phillips with just over 10 minutes remaining. 5.
KRIS COMMONS: Forced Thibaut Courtois into a decent save from a free-kick in the first half but was replaced by Jamie Mackie at the interval. 5.
STEVEN FLETCHER: Played the thankless lone striker's role in his second game since returning from international exile but did little in an attacking sense before he was replaced by Kenny Miller. 5.
JAMIE MACKIE: Replaced Kris Commons for the start of the second half to try to give more protection to Hutton. 6.
KENNY MILLER: Came on for Steven Fletcher when the game was over at 2-0. 5.
MATT PHILLIPS: Replaced the fatigued James Morrison late in the match. 5.