Scots who scored in FA CUP finals

1 Ian Porterfield:

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Hit the only goal as Second Division Sunderland famously beat mighty Leeds in the 1973 clash.

2 Jimmy Robertson: The Glasgow-born former St Mirren winger scored the first goal in Spurs' 2-1 win over Chelsea in 1967.

3 Gordon McQueen: The Kilbirnie boy scored in Manchester Utd's 3-2 loss to Arsenal in 1979.

4 Tommy Hutchison: The Fifer made history by scoring for each team in the Manchester City v Spurs final in 1981. It finished 1-1 and he was a loser as Spurs won the replay 3-2.

5 Brian McClair: The ex-Celtic striker came off the bench to score in 1994 as Manchester United beat Chelsea 4-0.

6 Andy Gray: The striker, from Drumchapel, Glasgow, along with Cardowan boy Graeme Sharp, scored as Everton beat Watford 2-0 in 1984.

7 David Herd: The Hamilton-born forward hit two for Manchester United, while fellow Scot Denis Law got the other, in the 1963 3-1 win over Leicester.

8 Gordon Smith: The ex-Rangers star scored for Brighton in the 2-2 draw with Manchester United in 1983. United won the replay 4-0.

9 Eddie Kelly: Glasgow boy who netted in Arsenal's 2-1 win over Liverpool in 1971 to complete the league and cup double. Kelly was the first substitute to score in an FA Cup final.

10 Jim McCalliog: The Glaswegian netted for Sheffield Wednesday as they lost 3-2 to Everton in 1966.

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