- Patrik Schick scored a stunning goal against Scotland in Czech Republic's opening group game against Scotland
- The 25-year-old pulled a fantastic long range effort at Hampden Park to score a contender for goal of Euro 2020
- The Bayer Leverkusen striker scored two goals to give the Eastern European nation a god start in to the competition
The Czech's were hosted at Hampden Park by the Scots and it will be a day to remember in the history of the Euros.
Schick caught Scotland's keeper David Marshall off his line as he shot from the half way line as the ball went into the back of the net.
The Bayer Leverkusen striker's instincts was top notch after Jack Hendry's long range effort came off West Ham's Tomas Soucek and Schick did not think twice before unleashing a screamer.
Goalkeeper Marshall was scampering back to his goal line in an attempt to make a save but he was already beaten.
Schick was once rejected by Juventus before signing for Roma in 2017 and after three seasons at the Stadio Olympico he moved to RB Leipzig.
The 25-year-old who scored 13 goals for Leverkusen last season has now scored the most important strike of his career.
The goal is a strong contender for Goal of the Tournament and the best ever scored in the history of the European championships.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had also reported that Christian Eriksen has released his first statement since suffering a cardiac arrest on Saturday, June 12, during the Euro 2020.
Eriksen sent the football world into panic when he collapsed while in action for Denmark during their opener against Finland.
The incident nearly saw the clash called off before Denmark players decided to continue playing as they went on to lose by a solitary goal.
Denmark captain Simon Kjaer is understood to have played a central role in helping save Eriksen's life, thanks to his quick response.