Andy Robertson and Scotland driven by chance to become legends at Euro 2024

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Andy Robertson has explained how Scotland are being fuelled by the chance to attain “legendary” status in their homeland by emerging from the group stage of Euro 2024. Scotland, who open the tournament against Germany on Friday evening, have never played in a knockout phase of a tournament. This miserable run dates back to the 1954 World Cup.

“We want to make history,” said Robertson. “We know what’s at stake. What’s the worst that can happen? We join the list of Scotland teams who haven’t got out of a group? We have so many incentives here, but becoming a legendary squad is the biggest. That’s what has to drive us forward.

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