Andy Robertson after winning the Champions League with Liverpool is eager to recreate those moments in Scotland shirt. According to Mirror
The Scotland skipper is high in confidence after helping Jurgen Klopp’s men to victory against Tottenham in Champions League finals played last Saturday in Madrid.
Winning the Champions League with Liverpool, he also became the first Scot to win the Europes biggest club competition in 22 years.
Robertson, who has won 29 caps for Scotland, says he will be much happier if he can help his country to reach a major tournament in 21 years which they have failed to achieve.
Ahead of Steve Clarke’s first game as manager against Cyprus on Saturday, Robertson said: “We want to bring success to this nation. Once you get a feeling for trophies and going far in European tournaments with your club, then you want to replicate that with your country.
“Qualifying for a major tournament would be a huge step in that direction, but we know how hard that will be and what’s required to make it a reality.
The 25-year-old has been considered as one of the best centre backs in the Premier League, with 13 assists across all the competitions this season for Liverpool, and given with that performance it has to be seen if the Scotsmen can do something special for his team in Euro Cup.
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