Schick’s newfound talent broke Scotland’s courage and fighting spirit. The hero at Hampden Park in Glasgow is the former Sampdoria and Roma striker, who signs a masterpiece with which he gives the Czech Republic a great-value victory in Group D of Euro 2020. The technical quality of the formation weighed in. Sylhevi was able to withstand the influence and courage of the Scots, also thanks to Vaiklick’s saving, then obliterating opponents and quelling their dreams. Scotland, in the “Braveworth” version from the first minute, had been missing from a major event since the 1998 World Cup and wanted to treat themselves to an afternoon of glory in front of their spectators. A win would have allowed the Scottish team to reach England at the top of the group and play the Anglo-Saxon derby on Friday, without risking too much. And instead the ambitious Czech Republic flies in and Scotland is now called out immediately in or out against Bianchi d’Albion.
As announced by the Scottish federation on the eve, the players did not kneel in the Black Lives Matter gesture, though underlined their desire to defeat discrimination of all kinds. The Scots don’t forget the episode in the Europa League match between Glasgow Rangers and Slavia Praga, in which Kamara was seen as a victim of racism and defender Ondrej Kudela was suspended for 10 games. At the start, the Scotland coach focuses on McTominay, while the Czechs line up Schick and Junto from the first minute. Scotland has more to push in the first part than a chorus of home crowds not attending a match of their national team in a great event since the 1998 World Cup. The Czech Republic is not good at disintegration and control thanks to the Scots’ attack, also thanks to the intervention of Robertson and Váklik on Dykes to counter the effect. The Czech team rises a short distance away and weighs the quality of the individual. And at the end of the first half he unlocks the match with a revived Schick drawn on a precise cross from Siufal. Scotland staggers and tries to react immediately.
In the second half he immediately touched the equalizer off Hendry’s crossbar, then it was Vaiklick who turned a treacherous lob from the corner on the back of his partner Kalas, a miracle. The Czechs appear to be on the ropes but it is the day of Schick who invents an excellent goal in the 52nd minute: the striker surprises Martial by kicking him from midfield, the ball taking a venomous and perfect trajectory that sends Scotland to its knees. brings on. The stunned hosts tried everything, they proceeded with their heads down to try to re-open the match. But heart and courage are not enough. This is probably the start of a new page for Schick.
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