A defensive error resulted in the collapse of the Luxembourg team, which were defeated by Scotland (0-1) this Sunday at the Josie Barthel Stadium.
On Sunday, the Luxembourg national football team played a friendly against Scotland at the Josie Barthel Stadium, which ended in a 0–1 loss to the Scots’ lowly Luke Holz players. For this meeting, the coach had to do without such important players as Christopher Martins, Leandro Barreiro, Lars Gerson, Vincent Thiel or Maxim Chanot.
Luxembourg had started the match well, but ended with a defensive error in the 34th, which ended in the opening of the Scottish score and a red card for Vahid Selimovic, whose fault was the ‘arbiter’. ‘ was not spared. So the Luxembourgers scored 10 against 11 and were never able to score. The second half was devoted to the Luxembourgers’ defence, with Raud Leven trying to limit the damage with a very compact backside so as to leave no chance for the Scots.
It was the last game of the season for the FLF, while it was an important pre-season game for Scotland. Scotland will host the Czech Republic on 14 June before facing England and Croatia in Group D of Euro 2020.
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