Scott Brown's third goal for his country handed Scotland a 1-0 victory in their international friendly against Norway in Molde
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Scotland striker Kenny Miller has signed a six-month contract extension with Vancouver Whitecaps.
The 33-year-old has signed a deal that will tie him to the MLS club until June 2014.
"I've really enjoyed my time in Vancouver and so has my family," Miller said.
Celtic captain Scott Brown has been recalled to Gordon Strachan's Scotland squad for next month's friendly international against England at Wembley.
The Dark Blues travel to London for the first time in 14 years and will have Hoops midfielder Brown back in the squad after he missed last month's World Cup qualifying win over Croatia through injury.
Club-mates Charlie Mulgrew and James Forrest, who sat out the 1-0 victory in Zagreb, return too.
Strachan also included uncapped Brighton defender Gordon Greer, Motherwell's Steven Hammell and 68-cap striker Kenny Miller in his 29-man squad for the August 14 encounter.
delighted to be back in the squad for the game against England.
England have maintained their position in the top 10 of FIFA's latest world rankings.
Roy Hodgson's side remain in seventh spot after a month of limited international football showed very few changes to the rankings.
All the top 10 spots remain the same, with Spain top ahead of Germany, while the Republic of Ireland (39th place), Wales (49th) and Northern Ireland (119th) are also unchanged.
Scotland however have dropped a place to joint 78th after being leapfroggred by Senegal.
Arsenal Ladies midfielder Kim Little won the inaugural Women's Player of the Year award.
Little, 22, has been a regular at Arsenal since she joined from Hibernian at the age of 16 and last summer was a part of the British Olympic team at London 2012.
Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has played down reports linking him with a return to Sheffield United as manager.
McCall has recently signed a new two-year contract at Fir Park and said there had been no contact from the npower League One club, who sacked Danny Wilson two weeks ago before appointing Chris Morgan until the end of the season.
McCall added on ESPN: "I think it only comes from the fact I had five great years at Sheffield United."It's a smashing club but I'm certainly enjoying my time at Motherwell."They are in the play-offs and they have got a great chance of getting up and hopefully they do."