David Beckham waited in vain with his son for the English goal against Scotland


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Typical British match: heavy rain, high pace, little football. The English team couldn’t stand the Scots, with the two ancient rivals ’national team’s 100th standings in Group D of the European Football Championship in Group D at Wembley in London ending with a goalless draw.

The English were able to look forward to the match against Scotland in a nostalgic atmosphere, as when they were able to host domestic European Championships for the last time, they were also in a group with the ancient rival. In 1996, moreover, Paul Gasciogne scored one of the most beautiful goals in the history of the European Championships against the Scots, which contributed greatly to the 2-0 victory, here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDzzqVNwx2U

This final result would probably have been signed by the English before the match, since after defeating the Croatians in the first round, another success promised a sure advance. The average age of the English beginner was 25 years and 31 days, which is the youngest team they have ever stood in a world competition. However, the youthful momentum did not come through this time, Gareth Southgate’s team was not as sharp in the first half as against Croatia: in the 12th minute John Stones headed for the goal post, but the goal did not come together either then or later until the break.

At the start of the second half, the British started with more momentum, but in vain, the Scottish tactics sat with disciplined back-closing winger defenders who could not be bypassed by the Raheem Sterling. In addition, the Scots not only persistently destroyed but also developed dangerous situations. However, in the 79th minute, the English were able to claim a penalty, Robertson tangled Sterling’s leg, who fell but the referee didn’t blow.

Just like their first match against each other in 1872, the 100th England-Scotland bet ended with a no-draw, with David Beckham and his son in the stands for lack of a goal:

The teams were hit only twice by the teams in the match, once by the English, once by the Scots. The latter could have been happier with the draw, they scored a valuable point away, so they will still have a bet on their last group match against Croatia. And also for the English against the Czechs, although they are hardly happy about that.


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