Scotland – Czech Republic 0: 2 | Patrick Schick hits from 45m from

  Scotland - Czech Republic 0: 2 |  Patrick Schick hits from 45m from

Czech Republic started the EM with a win. On Monday afternoon, coach Jaroslav Silhavi’s team scored a 2–0 win in Glasgow and spoiled the Scots’ first tournament game in more than 20 years. Leverkusen’s chic played a major role.

Not only did the Czech take the lead in Glasgow, but he also scored a dream goal: Patrick Schick.
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When the final 60 seconds of regular time began, there was silence. Scottish fans had long cheered for their team, they sang and whispered, they shouted and clapped – but now only the check could be heard in Glasgow’s Hampden Park.

The Scots didn’t play a bad game. When referee Daniel Seibert ended the game after four minutes of stoppage time, coach Steve Clarke’s team had nearly twice as many shots on goal (19:10), won more tackles (54 percent), and had Had more authority (58 percent)) – but in the end the Czech Republic rejoiced, as attacker Schick scored two special goals.

Schick meets head – and 45 m . from

The Leverkusen player first met after a cross when he won against two Scots in a header duel shortly before the break and placed the ball exactly in the corner (42nd) – then he succeeded in a stroke of genius: Schick pulled from 45 meters as he saw Scotland goalkeeper Marshall standing far enough in front of his box, the ball fell – and hit (52.).

game grade

Neither technically nor tactically at a high level, but entertaining thanks to nine scoring opportunities.


goals and cards

0:1learn (42′, Headball, Kaufal)

0:2learn (52′, left footed shot, Sousek)



marshal4 – hendry3,5 , hanley4,5MILF Cooper4 – O’Donnell4,5 , robertson2,5MILF McTominay3, McGuino3MILF Armstrong4 – dykes4 MILF Christie4,5

czech republic

czech republic

Vaiklic1,5 – Kaufli3, selustaka3,5, Kalasi3,5, borillo4 – King4 , souseki4,5Shrovetide3,5 , the pest3,5 milf yankee4,5 – Shiko1

referee team

Daniel Seibert

Daniel Seibert


game Info

It was two top-class goals that ultimately made the difference in a competitive and fairly respectable sport.

Scotland missed the chance

The Scots had several good chances to score during the 90 minutes, but it was in the man of Dykes (18th, 66th), Robertson (32nd), Hendry (48th, crossbar), Armstrong (61st) and McTominay (77). ) Left out.

Czech Republic, on the other hand, struck twice at the right time and immediately took the lead in Group D with a 2–0 win. In the second game, the team under coach Jaroslav Silhavi faced Croatia (Friday, 6 pm). , while Scotland met at England’s Wembley Stadium (Friday, 9 p.m.).


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