Jamie Reid wrote another page in the Stevenage FC history book, as well as his own, after scoring on his debut for Northern Ireland.

The 29-year-old received a first call-up for the senior side in advance of the friendlies away to Romania and Scotland.

And it took just seven minutes of his debut in Bucharest for the Boro man to make his mark, planting the ball in off the crossbar after a quick break down the right.

In the process he became not only the first current Stevenage player, in any of the former guises, to score an international goal for one of the home nations but the first to actually play for any of them.

Norn Iron went on to draw 1-1, Romania equalising on 23 minutes through Dennis Man.

The Green & White Army head to Hampden Park on Tuesday, a match that Reid's club manager, Steve Evans, hopes will finish 4-3 to Scotland with his striker getting a consolation hat-trick.