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Guardian News published this video item, entitled “England 0-0 Scotland: Southgate and Clarke react to the Euro 2020 draw” – below is their description.
England manager Gareth Southgate says he and the team are ‘disappointed’ following their goalless draw with Scotland in Euro 2020, saying ‘our fans are entitled to react however they want’.
Scotland counterpart Steve Clarke is more upbeat, talking about his pride in his players, especially following the criticism they received following their defeat to the Czech Republic.Guardian News YouTube Channel
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