London, England.- The England national team he played again in the monumental Wembley stadium with the aim of being the first team to qualify for the final phase of the Euro 2021 inside of the Group D, although in front of the three Lions there was a Scotland selection who positioned himself in a good way on the green grass and thus prevented him from qualifying in advance, to the Eighth Finals.
The English were closer in the first half of the game but the capricious was buzzing the three posts of the goalkeeper, David Marshall, among the most dangerous a popcorn shot from Harry Kane, when he arrived behind the defenders but his pitch went away over the finish line.
These warnings made the strategist, Steve Clarke, make several modifications in his defensive line, including several movements in the midfield, which perceived a different team and eager to go out to win the three points, when a powerful shot from outside the arc put goalkeeper Jordan Pickford into action to save England from a goal against.
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The last 45 minutes showed a balanced level between the Tartan army and the team of the rose, as the ball left the field on few occasions when the Scottish and English eleven went back and forth, in order to nest in one of the two cabins at Wembley Stadium.
England won in terms of the percentage of dominance of the ball with a 60-40 but in the definition the round was against them, among the most striking of the second half a filtered pass left Raheem Sterling in front of David Marshall, but his shot with external part he crossed the ball too much and without direction of the frame, forgiving Scotland.
The rear was the most recognized by the Blues when stopping all kinds of habitual England plays, mainly the central Grant Hanley and Scott McTominay, who effectively covered the coverage to anticipate before Harry Kane and company and thus maintain their arc at zero, and at the same time add his first point in Euro 2021.
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Matchday 3 will define Group D. England will have a tough game against the Czech Republic that drew with Croatia, Scotland’s next rival to recognize who will be the leader and runner-up to advance to the next stage of the European championship.
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