Kieran TIERNEY

Kieran TIERNEY - Scotland - 2020 European Football Championship.

Photo/Foto: Michael Mayhew

Date: 18 June 2021

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    • POSITION
      Defender
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Thursday, 05 June 1997
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Douglas, Scotland
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Scotland
  • CLUBS
  • Arsenal FC
    • Club Career Dates
      2019-
    • League Debut
      Sunday 27th October 2019 in a 2-2 draw Crystal Palace.
    • Club Career
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Kieran TIERNEY - Scotland - 2020 European Football Championship.

European Football Championships 2020.


Group A.



Scotland (1) v (3) Croatia.
(Vlašić 17m, McGregor 42m, Modrić 62m, Perišić 77m.)

Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland. Tuesaday 22nd June 2021. Attendance 9,896.

Scotland:

 1. David Marshall (GK), 2. Stephen O'Donnell (22. Nathan Patterson 84 min), 3. Andy Robertson (C),

 4. Scott McTominay, 5. Grant Hanley, 6. Kieran Tierney, 7. John McGinn, 8. Callum McGregor,

 9. Lyndon Dykes, 10. Ché Adams (19. Kevin Nesbit 84 min), 17. Stuart Armstrong (20. Ryan Fraser 70 min).

Croatia:
  1. Dominik Livaković (GK), 4. Ivan Perišić, 6. Dejan Lovren, 8. Mateo Kovačić, 10. Luka Modrić (C),

11. Marcelo Brozović, 13. Nikola Vlašić, 20. Bruno Petković, 21. Domagoj Vida,

22. Josip Juranović, 25. Joško Gvardiol.

 

 

England (0) v (0) Scotland. Friday 18th June 2021. Wembley Stadium, London.

Attendance 20,306.  (Team Group below.)

England:
 1.  Jordan Pickford, 3. Luke Shaw, 4. Declan Rice, 5. John Stones, 15. Tyrone Mings,

 9.  Harry Kane (11. Marcus Rashford 74 min), 10. Raheem Sterling, 14. Kalvin Phillips,

19. Mason Mount, 20. Phil Foden (7. Jack Grealish 63 min), 24. Reece James.

Scotland:

 1. David Marshall (GK), 2. Stephen O'Donnell, 3. Andy Robertson (C), 4. Scott McTominay,

 5. Grant Hanley, 6. Kieran Tierney, 7. John McGinn, 8. Callum McGregor, 9. Lyndon Dykes,

10. Ché Adams (19. Kevin Nesbit 86 min), 23. Billy Gilmour (17. Stuart Armstrong 76 min).