Scotland is a typical British team. Bet on vertical attacks and passes on the flank. The Scots feel great in the counter-attacking model of the game, when you can give the ball and fly out in quick attacks in free space.
A telling moment — in games with weaker opponents, the Scots also often give the ball. So it was at home with Cyprus in the last round of selection, in the League of Nations with Albania and Israel. Problems start if you have to play in a different style. As, for example, in the match against Kazakhstan, when the Scots were sensationally defeated 0: 3. Continue reading