An exceptional double from Patrick Schick allowed the Czech to make a sensational entry into this European Championship.
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Scotland hosted the Czech Republic in Glasgow on Monday 14 June to launch their Euros, the third in its history. Twenty-five years later, the Tartan Army returned to European turf after participating and finishing in the group stage two in 1996 and 1992. Despite dominating the game and opportunities, the Scots were surprised by a check center and an uncrossed header by Patrick. Schick (42nd), more lively from a distance of six meters to defeat his opponents in a duel.
Jaroslav Silhavi’s men showed unwavering realism to lead the race. A lob from midfielder Patrick Schiko (52E) also came to push Scottish in its own way. A brilliant inspiration from the Bayer Leverkusen striker, who succeeds with his second double of this Euro under the colors of the Czech Republic, followed by Romelu Lukaku with Belgium. The Czechs won their entry into the Euros and are already taking a good option to qualify for the Round of 16.
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