David Clarkson debut wasn’t enough; Libor Sionko scored twice and Czech won again

In Prague, Czech Republic beat Scotland 3-1. With a first half ended 0-0, F.C. Copenhagen midfielder Sionko scored twice (59th and 90th minute) and Michal Kadlec constructed his goal in the 84th minute.

In Scotland squad, we stands out that David Clarkson made his international debut with a goal. Motherwell forward made a goal that transitorily situated the match 2-1 (85th minute).

For Czech Republic, this match also was the last game before disputing EURO 2008. The Czech team, Switzerland, Portugal and Turkey will be part of the Group A.

Czech Republic:
Petr Cech; Zdenek Pospech (Tomas Sivok, 74), Tomas Ujfalusi (David Rozehnal, 46), Radoslav Kovac, Marek Jankulovski (Michal Kadlec, 46), Libor Sionko, Jan Polak, Marek Matejovsky (David Jarolim, 46), Tomas Galasek, Rudolf Skacel (Jaroslav Plasil, 46), Jan Koller (Vaclav Sverkos, 46).

Scotland: Craig Gordon; Kevin McNaughton (Christophe Berra, 90), Gary Naysmith, Stephen McManus (Christian Dailly, 57), Gary Caldwell, Paul Hartley, Darren Fletcher, Gavin Rae (David Clarkson, 71), Barry Robson (Ross McCormack, 82), James Morrison (Shaun Maloney, 68), Kenny Miller.

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