There will be an actual final to make it to the Round of 16 of the European Championship 2021 in Glasgow this Tuesday. The Scots are highly motivated – and want to create a sensation against Croatia.
DARLINGTON – Scotland look forward to the decisive European Championship group game against runners-up world champion Croatia in a round of 16 battle. “It’s an easy game on Tuesday. It’s not all or nothing,” Southampton FC’s Stuart Armstrong said at the team’s headquarters in Darlington on Sunday. Scotland advanced to the European Championship finals for the first time in 25 years in the knockout rounds dreams of making a place.
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A draw or a loss against Croatia in Glasgow on Tuesday (9 pm) means the end. If they win, the Scots will either have to hope for England to lose against the Czech Republic and thus meet a worse goal difference than their British rivals – or finish in the top four-thirds of the group.
Scotland are hoping for their first goal in this European Championship
“Both teams want to win, a draw is not good for both,” Armstrong said. A prerequisite for Croatia to advance safely to second place is a win against Scotland.
Armstrong said that Croatia has a good team and a lot of personal qualities. They expected their own selection to eventually score a goal after beating the Czech Republic 2–0 and England 0–0. Here’s where his team has to take the next step, the 29-year-old said.
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