It was an evening of ups and downs for Charlie Mulgrew last night as he represented Scotland for the 39th time in his career.
The 32-year-old got his country off the mark in the UEFA Nations League clash, rifling home a penalty after 25 minutes in Israel.
But after being substituted at half time, Mulgrew could only watch from the stands as a Dor Poretz goal saw the hosts equalise before Kieran Tierney put through his own net.
To make matters worse for Alex McLeish's side, John Souttar was sent off inbetween the two goals for two bookable offences.
Scotland remain top of League C Group 1 and will head over to Albania for their next Nations League outing after tackling Portugal in a friendly at Hampden Park later this week.