Scotland started their Euro 2020 Group D journey on Monday with a 2-0 defeat to Czech Republic.
It was a disappointing result for Steve Clarke as his Scotland side were “competitive” but were not more clinical as expected.
Goals in each half from Patrik Schick; Jack Hendry hits bar for Scots, who also see Lyndon Dykes miss fine chance.
The match was characterised by good goalkeeping by Tomas Vaclik who stopped the chances of Scotland that could have made a difference on the score line if they had been converted.
To make matters worse, there was poor finishing from Andy Robertson and Lyndon Dykes which deprived their supporters Hampden Park from celebrating.