LIVE – EURO: Scotland returns after 23 years, Spain enters track

LIVE - EURO: Scotland returns after 23 years, Spain enters track

the end of the first day of group d and the beginning of Group E on this mondayeuro 2020. The fourth day of competition would mark Scotland’s return to international competition for the first time, more than twenty years after the 1998 World Cup in France. Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay will be ambitious against strong Czech Republic at his home in Glasgow (3pm), who are looking to pull out of their squad after their 2016 failure. Then it will be Poland’s turn for its captain and striker, Robert Lewandowski, to make an appearance against veteran Marek Humsik’s Slovakia in St Petersburg (6pm) on Monday.

Finally, a special first day for Spain, one of the outsiders in the final title, and Sweden, the quarter-finalists of the last World Cup, two nations that meet in Seville at 9 p.m. two select where euro. Kovid-19 was invited a few days before. Follow this day stay with us.

Information to remember:

Scotland return to international competition after an absence of more than twenty years Robert Lewandowski challenges Marek Humsik in Group E Spain and Sweden, the two teams affected by Covid, will clash tonight

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