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Euro 2020: Scottish fans clean the streets of London after their team's match against England


A number of Scottish football fans helped clean the remaining piles of garbage in the center of the British capital, London, hours after their country faced its English counterpart in the second round of Group D of the European Nations Cup "Euro 2020", which is currently taking place and continues until the eleventh of the month. Next July, 24 teams will participate and 11 different cities will host.


The pictures, which were presented by the site "The Independent" in its English version, showed fans in Scottish shirts and T-shirts next to the Wembley can, as they cleaned the place of the scattered waste, after the streets were left covered with used plastic bags and bottles for drinks after a large crowd of fans descended - described by the police as "" Loud" - to the area, Friday evening.


Other groups gathered in Hyde Park and Kings Cross - despite pleas to avoid the capital's streets and maintain social distancing - before heading to watch the match, and this match is the first time that Scotland and England meet in a major tournament since Euro 96, when he scored Paul Gascoigne's goal. Famous win for the England national team.


On the other hand, it is noteworthy that a Scotland national team fan was exposed to a funny situation when he entered Wembley Stadium to attend his country’s match against England. On the bench, he collapses to the ground, and the food flies out of his hand in a comical situation.


Scotland imposed a goalless draw against England in the match that brought them together on Friday evening, and the England team dominated most of the events in the first half, and was close to scoring on more than one occasion, the most dangerous of which was the ball that defender John Stones headed in the 11th minute and it was blocked by the post. Left hand for Scotland.


While Scotland's most dangerous chance in the first half was right-back Steve O'Donnell's shot that was brilliantly saved by England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford in the 30th minute, and in the second half, England continued to press in order to realize the goal of progress, while Scotland relied on the counter-attacks that formed Too dangerous.

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