Scott McTominay Set to Play Key Role for Scotland at Euro 2024

Manchester United’s Scott McTominay is poised to be a crucial player for Scotland at the upcoming Euro 2024 tournament in Germany. Despite being born in England, the midfielder has chosen to represent the Tartan Army due to his family’s Scottish roots.

McTominay’s father is from Scotland, making him eligible to play for the national team. Though he could have opted to represent England, the 26-year-old has always wanted to don the Scotland jersey, as he revealed in 2018 when he received his first call-up.

“The decision was also supported by legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who was keen for McTominay to play for Scotland. The player’s grandfather confirmed that both Ferguson and former United boss José Mourinho were in favor of the midfielder representing the Tartan Army.”

Since making his international debut, McTominay has gone on to make 49 appearances for Scotland, scoring eight goals. Six of those goals came during the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign, where he played a pivotal role in helping his country secure their spot at the tournament in Germany.

McTominay’s Goalscoring Prowess

With his knack for late runs into the box, McTominay will be a key goal threat for Scotland at Euro 2024. Given the way the team plays, the Manchester United man will need to be in top form if the Tartan Army are to have a chance of lifting the trophy.

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