With a point and a single goal scored in three games, Scotland will not have scored the first Euro they have played since 1996 but will find themselves prominently in the best-of of the competition thanks to their opponents. After conceding a lob of more than 45 meters through Czech striker Patrik Schick when they entered the running, the British have this time been entitled to a splendid goal signed Luka Modric.
We play the 62 minute in Glasgow, and the score is 1-1, a draw which eliminates the two selections. This is the moment that the Real Madrid midfielder chooses to emerge and deceive Marshall with a superb strike from outside the right. This precise and oh so elegant technical gesture allows players from the Balkans to regain the advantage and find themselves virtually in the round of 16.
A quarter of an hour later, Luka Modric becomes a decisive passer with a cross for Ivan Perisic (3-1, 77th) to confirm their victory. With four units, Croatia has as many points as the Czech Republic, beaten at the same time by England (1-0), but ahead thanks to a greater number of goals scored during this group stage. . The vice-world champions will face the second in group E on Monday (Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia).