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Most emotional night for Robertson after the victory over Serbia

Fri 13 November 2020 | 10:56

Robertson has expressed that he has never been more emotional after his country qualified for the Euro 2020

Andy Robertson

,

Liverpool

left-back has expressed his feelings about

Scotland

being qualified for the Euro 2020. Former

Hull City

player came a long way to become a

Liverpool

player and go on and win the Champions League and Premier League with the Merseyside team.

He is, of course, one of the most influential players for his country and is proud of their achievements. He speaks about how emotional he got after the victory over Serbia.

David Marshall

made a great save to deny

Nemanja Gudelj

in extra time and then kept Aleksandar Mitrovic's spot-kick out to send Scotland to their first major tournament since the 1998 World Cup.

Robertson

, who has won the Premier League and Champions League with

Liverpool

, was overwhelmed after Steve Clarke's men booked a spot in Group D alongside

England

,

Croatia

and

Czech Republic

.

"I don't think I can [sum it up]. There was so much emotion going into the game, and then you get so close and they end up equalising,"

Robertson

told Sky Sports.

"You have to pick yourself up for an extra time, which we did. When you get to penalties, you always back Marshy and it's just whether the lads can hold their nerve, and they managed to do it.

"We've come so far with this squad and I back every one of them as they've come through a lot of criticism and a lot of negativity at times. We've stuck together and battled through it.

"I really hope everyone back home can see the positive side to this as we're absolutely delighted. I really hope that during a really tough time, we've managed to put a smile on a lot of faces.

"It's the most emotional I've been after a game but we can look forward to next summer now."

Robertson played through discomfort in his left hamstring d


source: SportMob