The Czech national football team won today in Glasgow Scotland with 2: 0, in the game of the first round of Group D at the European Championship.

Goals at Hampden Park were scored by Patrick Schick, in the 42nd and 52nd minute. He scored the first goal with his head after a cross by Vladimir Coufal. The second goal was scored from the middle of the field, after the Scottish goalkeeper David Marshall ran out.

Chic scored a goal from 45.5 meters, which is a goal scored from the longest distance in the history of the European Championships.

The Czech Tomas Vaclik is also responsible for the victory of the Czech Republic, who defended the shots of Andrew Robertson and Lyndon Dykes and prevented an own goal during the clumsy reaction of Tomas Callas after the crossbar of Hendry.

Chic could have scored the third goal in the 81st minute, but he shot straight at the Czech goalkeeper. His teammate Michael Krmančik had a chance in the very end, but Marshall was more successful.

In the first game of Group D, England beat Croatia 1-0 at Wembley on Sunday.

In the second round, the Czech Republic will play against Croatia on Friday, June 18, and Scotland at Wembley against England.

By Editor

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