Incredible, Rüdiger top scorer in Scottish history at the Euro!

Incredible, Rüdiger top scorer in Scottish history at the Euro!
Incredible, Rüdiger top scorer in Scottish history at the Euro!

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It’s the very small downside of an evening close to perfection for Germany. At the end of the match, while the Germans were leading 4-0 and before Emre Can’s last goal to end the evening, Antonio Rüdiger, despite himself, was one of the unfortunate heroes of the match. On a billiard shot in the area, the German defender sent an unintentional header into the net, allowing Scotland, who did not shoot once on goal in the match, to score.

Several players have a goal, including Rudiger!

But this goal, beneath its innocuous appearance, presents a rather incredible particularity. Indeed, Rüdiger, with this goal, quite simply becomes the top scorer in the history of Scotland in the various Euros! Indeed, Scotland have participated in the competition three times, in 1992, 1996 and 2021. Each time with three early eliminations and five goals scored in total. Except that these goals were scored by five different scorers! Paul McStay, Brian McClay, Gary McAllister, in 1992. Ally McCoist in 1996 and Callum McGregor in 2021. All therefore shared this title of top Scottish scorer at the Euro, a circle that Antonio Rüdiger has now joined since this evening! An unusual record to say the least…

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To sum up

The statistic is pretty crazy but it’s true. Antonio Rüdiger is officially the top scorer in Scotland’s history at the Euros. Indeed, not a single player before him has scored more than one goal. It is therefore equal.

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