Andy Robertson, a Liverpool defender, has a plan, according to Steve Clarke.
If Scotland is to have a chance against England on Friday, Steve Clarke has urged his team to make the most of Andy Robertson’s passes into the box.
The Tartan Army were defeated 2-0 by Czech Republic in their opening game of Euro 2020 at Hampden Park, but the Liverpool defender caught the attention for his homeland as they made their first major finals appearance since 1998.
Against the Czechs, the Scotland captain produced six chances, the most by any one player in a single encounter during the European Championships’ first round of matches.
Since joining Liverpool from Hull City in the summer of 2017, Robertson has created 35 Premier League goals.
When speaking to reporters ahead of Scotland’s trip to Wembley, Clarke highlighted how essential the defender is to his team.
He said, “Andy is always an important player for us; he’s our captain for a reason.” “The work we perform on the left side is beneficial to the team.
“Hopefully, if Andy can generate another six opportunities for us tomorrow night, we can put one of them away.”