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Gary Mackay-Steven is the man for Aberdeen and he's ready to become Scotland hero insists Niall McGinn



Niall McGinn has watched Gary Mackay-Steven become a main man แทง บอล ออนไลน์ for Aberdeen - now he believes his team-mate can take a lead role for Scotland. The red-hot Dons winger fired the winner against Hibs on Saturday to take his tally to six for the season. Mackay-Steven made a cameo Scotland appearance as he came off the bench to set up Steven Naismith's consolation in the friendly with Portugal last month.

McGinn now believes the twice- capped 28-year-old could play a bigger part in helping to keep the Nations League dream alive if he's given the chance in the upcoming games in Albania and at home against Israel. McGinn said: แทง บอล ออนไลน์ "He showed when he came on against Portugal what he could do when he got the assist.

"We know how good he is for Aberdeen and hopefully he gets his breakthrough with Scotland along with the other Aberdeen boys." McGinn knows exactly what it takes to make the grade as a winger at international level after earning 54 caps with Northern Ireland. He is in no doubt Mackay-Steven ticks all the boxes and can become a Tartan Army favourite.

McGinn said: "Gaz is a really enjoyable player for fans to watch and for us to have in the team because we know he will always create chances. แทง บอล ออนไลน์ "We also know he can step up and score goals like he did against Hibs. For a fellow winger it is great to have Gaz on the other side." Mackay-Steven and his fellow Pittodrie team-mates Graeme Shinnie, Mikey Devlin and Scott McKenna will all join up with Alex McLeish's Scotland squad boosted by resurgent Dons' form this week.