The Kazakhs thrashed Scotland 3-0 in the opening game of the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
It is reported that McGregor shoved away the Scottish assistant manager at the touchline after the final whistle. (h/t The Sun)
BBC host Richard Gordon claimed there was a definite altercation between two of them.
Even the Celtic playmaker confessed the incident happened as a result of sheer frustration.
Post the defeat, Alex McLeish, Scotland’s head coach expressed his dismay and said his side would bounce back in the next game.
The notable absentee for the game was the skipper Andrew Robertson, whose place was filled by Graeme Shinnie.
And McGregor also accepted the captaincy role in the absence of Liverpool left-back.
Oliver Burke who earned his national call up after two long years played for the entire match.
The 21-year-old winger couldn’t find any inspiring moments alongside other Hoops stars James Forrest and the goalkeeper Scott Bain.
The Scots are in a must-win situation against San Marino this Sunday.
Neil Lennon, the caretaker manager has taken the helm since Brendan Rodgers’ departure to Leicester City and has grabbed ten points till now without facing a defeat.
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However, the former Celtic captain expects his players who are on international break to return in good shape before Old Firm derby.