Czech Republic defeat ‘is learning curve for Scotland’

Published on 14 Jun 2021, 17:22
Scotland captain Andy Robertson says their Euro 2020 defeat to Czech Republic will provide a “learning curve” for the squad.

The Liverpool full-back still believes they are capable of getting out of the group if they are more clinical in their next two games.

Scotland take on England at Wembley on Friday before returning to Hampden to play Croatia in the final group game.

Robertson said lessons will need to be learned from the Czech defeat.

He said: “We need to take a lot of lessons from it, we made some mistakes, of course we did, but I think the main thing is we weren’t clinical enough.

“I don’t think anyone can argue that we didn’t create enough, we had chances to put the ball in the net, but we didn’t take them.

“At the highest level, if you don’t take your chances you get punished, and that’s what happened today.”

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