Euro 2020: With brace, Schick leads Czech Republic to victory in Scotland

Euro 2020: With brace, Schick leads Czech Republic to victory in Scotland

Twenty-five years after their last Euro appearance, Scotland have recalled their return in front of their home spectators at Hampden Park. Steve Clarke’s player, brave but too clumsy in front of goal, logically bowed to the Czech Republic, performed by a very great Patrick Schick, author of the double including miracle of midfield (0–2). The Czechs join England at the top of Group D at the end of this first day.

Glagow and all of Scotland wrestled as their team returned to major international competition for the first time since 1998: they were bathed. Andrew Robertson, the Liverpool side and captain of the “Tartan Army”, gave it all that, like his team, he could not stop the blow, which puts the Scots back on the wall before facing two opponents, who were considered the most in the group. considered difficult. d

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However, the locals had started out with great envy, balking at a check block that was too solid at the end. The 4-2-3-1 proposed by Jaroslav Silhavi was well established, but the first period was contested. A great opportunity on each side (16th, 18th), a one-off match against teams that did not miss the effort, it was difficult to predict who would make the difference. But it was the Czechs who stood out, thanks to their striker from writer Bayer Leverkusen, after a corner from an unstoppable header for Scottish goalkeeper (0-1, 42nd) David Marshall.

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The latter made a big match (5 saves), but after the start of the second half where he saw his family work hard, getting several big opportunities (48th, 49th), he was surprised at a talented inspiration. Were. by teaching. Seeing the forward goalkeeper hit a ball recovered by his team in midfield, he opened an extraordinary lob, which Mashaal could only achieve in his own goals (0–2, 52nd).

Since then, the Scots have pushed, but paid off for lack of accuracy in front of the opposing goal (4 shots on target out of 19). Weklick and his defense let nothing go (61st, 66th, 86th), preventing Che Adams’ teammates, who entered in vain at half-time, to believe him until the end.

Scotland will now prepare for a heated match against England on Friday at Wembley, while the Czechs will try to confirm against Croatia.

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