Scotland: Five things we learned from Czech Republic defeat

Euro 2020
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Scotland's 2-0 defeat to the Czech Republic in their opening game of Group D was a big blow. This was, on paper at least, their best chance to get points on the board. 

The quality of Czech striker Patrik Schick, coupled with their own wantlessness, cost them dearly - but there's no need to panic yet. There were positives to take from this match, and there's still time to put things right. 

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