Callum McGregor urges Scotland to stay calm and in control before crucial Hungary clash

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Callum McGregor insists Scotland’s players must temper excitement over potentially reaching the last 16 of Euro 2024. The 1-1 draw with Switzerland in Cologne means the Scots should qualify for a finals knockout stage for the first time with a win over Hungary on Sunday but the Celtic captain has warned his ­teammates there remains significant work to do.

“Over the next few days everybody will be buzzing,” McGregor said. “We just need to stay calm and recover. We have two days of ­recovery and then we can plan our way into the game, stay calm, and when we arrive ­everyone will be desperate for us to get through. We are the same, but we have to bring a level or performance that matches that ambition.

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