Burnley-born Ryan Fulton saved a penalty as he collected his second Scotland Under 21 cap in a 2-0 defeat in Macedonia on Tuesday night.
The 20-year-old Liverpool keeper had made his debut last Thursday night in a 2-0 defeat against Iceland in Reykjavik.
Fulton, currently on a season-long loan with Chesterfield, impressed in both games.
In Iceland at the Vikingsvollur Stadium, Fulton kept Scotland in the game while 1-0 down, with a superb double save from a long-range effort from Heidar Aegisson and the follow-up from Daniel Gretarsson.
Iceland added a second, and as Scotland tired, Fulton made a couple more excellent stops.
Fulton, previously capped at Under 16 and 19 level, earned a second cap on Tuesday night against Macedonia in Skopje.
A snapshot from the edge of the box from Marjan Redeski was saved by Fulton, but Kire Markovski drilled the rebound into the net.
Four minutes later Ernis Bardi drilled in a low shot from 20 yards.
Scotland were given a lifeline eight minutes before the break when Fulton saved a penalty from David Babunski.