Andy Robertson has withdrawn from the Scotland squad for their upcoming clashes with Cyprus and Kazakhstan, according to BBC Sport.

The Liverpool Echo‘s Paul Gorst says that there is “no confirmation of an injury ” for the left-back, however.

Robertson was superb in Liverpool’s 3-1 win over Manchester City on Sunday afternoon, crossing brilliantly for Mohamed Salah to make it 2-0 at Anfield.

His form for Scotland has come under scrutiny, however, with a number of supporters criticism his performances as captain, failing to match his Reds displays.

Robertson subsequently deleted his social media accounts for a brief period during a recent international break, although there was no proof that it was as a result of online abuse.

The 25-year-old has been a magnificent signing for the Reds since joining from Hull City in the summer of 2017.

He is now widely regarded as the best left-back in the world, proving both defensively solid and a creative machine going forward.

Jurgen Klopp wouldn’t swap him for anyone and may be relieved to hear that he won’t be on international duty now.

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