Scotland vs Czech Republic Full Match Highlights – In the first match of the ongoing Group D of UEFA EURO 2020, the teams of Scotland and Czech Republic were face to face. This match was taking place at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland. Both the teams were very keen to win their first match so that they can earn their first points on the points table.
⚽️ KICK-OFF!— UEFA EURO 2020 (@EURO2020) June 14, 2021
🏴 The wait is over for Scotland – first EURO finals game in 25 years
🇨🇿 1996 runners-up Czech Republic open their campaign in Glasgow
🔮 Predict what will happen in the first half…#EURO2020
First Half Scotland 1-0 Czech Republic
At the beginning of the game, both the teams were giving equal competition to each other. Sometimes the game would lean towards Scotland and sometimes towards Czech Republic. By the end of the first half, both the teams kept looking for opportunities to score each other’s goal, but success did not materialize.
When the first half was about to over, only a few minutes of play were left. Then Patrik Schick (42′) of Czech Republic got a chance and he scored Scotland’s goal without wasting this chance. Thanks to this goal, Czech Republic took a 1–0 lead over Scotland at the end of the first half.
⏸️ HALF-TIME ⏸️— UEFA EURO 2020 (@EURO2020) June 14, 2021
🏴 Robertson drive tipped over by Vaclík
🇨🇿 Schick glances in Coufal cross to put visitors ahead
🤔 Who’s scoring next?#EURO2020
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Second Half Scotland 2-0 Czech Republic
At the start of the second half, the Scotland team looked under pressure, whose effect was visible in the fifty-two minute. Patrik Schick got another chance and he also scored the second goal for his team. After this goal, the Scotland team was completely under pressure.
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Scotland vs Czech Republic Full Match Highlights
In this thrilling match Czech Republic beat Scotland 2-0. And won the first match of this season. Patrik Schick (42′, 52′) from Czech Republic scored 2 goals for his team.