Advocaat: Scots were hard to break down but we deserved win
The former Rangers boss watched his Holland side win 1-0 in the Pittodrie friendly.
Holland boss Dick Advocaat says Scotland's new-look squad and defensive set-up made breaking down the hosts a difficult task as his side secured a 1-0 win.
The former Rangers manager, who vacates his role in charge of Holland after Tuesday's friendly with Romania, steered the Dutch to a one-goal victory at Pittodrie after Memphis Depay struck in the first-half.
Advocaat insists the win on his return to Scottish shores was a deserved one.
He said: "I really enjoyed being back, I have good memories of this place and when you win against Scotland it gives a good feeling.
"We can always play better but we know Scotland haven't lost in five games.
"We had a lot of possession without creating chances but that was because Scotland had a lot of players behind the ball.
"Individual players have to try and do something and we weren't always capable but it was a well deserved win.
He added: "It is not always easier to play against new players, they are fighting to show the new coach they should play for Scotland.
"But we were the better team."
With two high-profile vacancies currently on offer in Scotland, one at Hampden and the other at Ibrox, the 70-year-old was asked regarding his interest in either post.
He joked: "Well, you know I'm here until Tuesday, the rest I forget."