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Scots score goals out of nowhere: Former Bayern Munich striker claims Scotland as underdogs in UEFA Euro 2024

Scots score goals out of nowhere: Former Bayern Munich striker claims Scotland as underdogs in UEFA Euro 2024

UEFA Euro 2024: Former Scotland and Bayern striker Alan McInally puts his bet on Scotland as the new underdogs in Euro 2024

Just a few days remain before the start of UEFA Euro 2024. Hosts Germany will kick start the tournament against Scotland. Ahead of the opening game, former Bayern and Scottish striker Alan McInally has claimed that the Scottish side are deadly and have the potential to score goals from anywhere during the game.

Alan McInally in an interview with Wettbasis has claimed that Scotland can be considered as the underdogs of the tournament. Alan McInally over his career has played with clubs like Celtic, Aston Villa and Bayern Munich. Having great knowledge of Germany and Scotland, he claimed his side would be eager to get a result against the hosts.

“I have been looking forward to this game for a few weeks. It is only our second participation in a European Championship finals since 1996. And to play against one of the best nations in history, in such a wonderful stadium and against the hosts of all teams. As far as I’m concerned, we can start right away,” Alan McInally told Wettbasis.

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Are Scotland Underdogs?

Alan McInally claims that Scotland have a good team. The players in the National Team are good and have the capability to score goals anytime during the game. The threat which Scotland possess, makes the Scots as the underdogs in UEFA Euro 2024.

We have a good team. The qualification for this European Championship went great. The whole country was very happy with it, also because we showed an attractive style of play. We have a new generation with interesting talents who have earned their ticket to the European Championships. The qualification was promising. We have quality midfielders who can play in different positions. This team has many strong personalities,” McInally claimed.

McInally claims that he is extremely interested to witness the Germany vs Scotland clash. This is particularly owing to the fact that he has played for his country and have been a prominent striker for Bayern Munich.

“As a former Bayern Munich striker, the Scotland vs. Germany internationals remain my favourite of all international matches. It has a special flair every time. But we will have to give more than 100 percent to take something home with us,” he concluded. 

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