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Euro 2020: Scotland-Czech Republic. Scotland defeat. Two goals from Patrick Schick

Euro 2020: Scotland-Czech Republic.  Scotland defeat.  Two goals from Patrick Schick

Before the start of the whistle, the favorite minimum for this match, according to bookmakers, were the Scots, who were going to play in front of their fans. In addition, the islanders have done well with our neighbors in recent years, because they did not lose to the Czech Republic from qualifying for the European Championship in 2012. Since then, the two teams have faced each other four times – there it was one draw and as many as three Steve Clark players wins. Thus, the Czechs beat their first opponent on points for the last time in this tournament in October 2010.

From the start, the meeting was not, to put it mildly, exciting. Both teams’ match showed tension, likely due to the fact that it was their first match during the European Championship 2020. Neither team wanted to open up too much, risking unnecessary exposure and the possibility of losing a goal. The opportunities created were like medicine, as evidenced by the statistics. Both teams fired a total of three shots at goal.

Fortunately for the Czechs, one of them was in the crosshairs of the Scottish goalkeeper. At the end of the first match, Patrick defeated Shake Marshall. The Bayer Leverkusen striker received an excellent cross pass from the side sector, bravely climbed between the two stoppers and fired an unprotected shot. Until the end of the first half, the Czech Lions team came with one goal difference.

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Everything that is most interesting in this competition happened in the second half. The Scots began to compensate for the losses immediately after the match resumed. The Czechs were very lucky, because Steve Clark’s players, instead of sending the ball into the net, would break the bar. Subsequently, Vaclik showed a massive interference. The Czech goalkeeper somehow saved his country from receiving a goal.

However, Patrick Chic stole the show again. The 25-year-old striker grabbed the ball near the center of the field, noticed that the Scottish goalkeeper was far from his team’s penalty area, and decided to take the shot…and the kick. Beautiful goal. After yesterday’s match between the Netherlands and Ukraine, it seemed that Yarmolenko’s stroke might be a candidate for the tournament. Here we have seen something better.

A shot from about 49 metres hit Scotland’s net, the longest goal in European Championship history.

As verified by the famous Spanish statistician – MisterChip. Patrik Schick made history not only at the European Championships, but also at the World Championships.

The Scots at home tried to reduce their losses, but their opponents did not allow them much. As we know, a 2-0 lead is a dangerous result, as the Netherlands recently discovered, that Jaroslav Silhava’s players gave no illusions to their rivals about the best.

The Czech victory puts them perfectly in the context of the fight for the knockout stage. Let us remind you that it is even possible to advance from third place, and the three points scored today may allow them to advance. After Euro 2016 in France, the Portuguese left their group with only three eyes.

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Another opponent of our southern neighbors will be Croatia, who lost in England’s opening match 0: 1. The match takes place on June 18.

Scotland – Czech Republic 0:2 (0:1)

Objectives: Patrick Schick (42, 52)

yellow cards: lack

Scotland: David Marshall – Jack Hendry (67. Callum McGregor), Grant Hanley, Liam Cooper – Stephen O’Donnell (79. James Forrest), Scott McTominay, John McGinn, Stuart Armstrong (67. Ryan Fraser), Andrew Robertson – Ryan Christie (46 Che Adams), Lyndon Dykes (79. Kevin Nisbett)

Czech Republic: Thomas Vaclik – Vladimir Koval, Ondrej Silostka, Thomas Kallas, Jan Borrell – Alex Krall (67. Thomas Collis), Thomas Suk, Lukas Masopest (72. Mate Fedra), Vladimir Darida (87. Peter Sevcik), Jacob Jankto (72.). Adam Hluczyk) – Patrick Schick (87. Michael Kremencic)

Photo: AFP

Patrick Schick – Agence France-Presse

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