Czech Republic and Patrick Schick spoil European Championship party in Scotland

Czech Republic and Patrick Schick spoil European Championship party in Scotland

ICzech Bundesliga professional Patrick Schick Scotland spoiled the mood for a return to the European Championship stage with a dream goal from almost 50m. K Striker Bayer Leverkusen Scored both goals in a 2-0 (1-0) win against co-hosts on Monday at Hampden Park (42nd/52nd) in Glasgow. The second goal at the start of the preliminary round would be seen in every review of the tournament – almost an arc lamp from the center line.

Despite the self-sacrificing struggle, the Scots’ hopes of a successful start to their first European Football Championship since 1996 remained unfulfilled. Before the British duel against England on Friday, which Croatia had beaten 1-0, the chances of a first entry into the knockout rounds fell sharply.

Scotland did not have much heart and passion against the clever Czechs. The special moment of the first tournament participation since the 1998 World Cup was noticeable for the Bravehearts in every second of the game. “I hope we inspire the nation and make people happy,” said captain Andy Robertson. It didn’t work out, at least initially, which is why the iconic duel at London’s Wembley Stadium is all the more important now.

Then the Scots must show more class and, above all, ultimate strength. Inspired by the emotional singing and cheers of the 9,847 spectators, the Tartan army presented itself with full vigor against the Czech Republic. It was usually dangerous when Liverpool star Robertson stepped to the left. Tomas Vaclick (Sevilla FC) brilliantly thwarted his shot from the edge of the penalty area to form the biggest Scottish chance (32nd).

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What Klopp hero Robertson was to the Scots, Hertha’s Vladimir Darida was to the Czechs who, unlike the British, have been a permanent guest at the European Championship for 25 years. Darida was a fixed point in the guests’ game, but like everyone else he was under Schick’s shadow.

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