Andy Robertson lost for words as Scotland suffer Euro 2024 heartache in cruelest of ways

Andy Robertson was lost for words after Scotland's Euro 2024 campaign ended in the cruelest of ways.

Steve Clarke's men were left heartbroken in the 100th-minute as Kevin Csoboth scored from a clinical counter-attack to keep Hungary's knockout dreams alive. The Scots were left feeding off scraps for most of the game but as the Group A finale entered the dying minutes, both teams went for it as they chased a crucial three points to keep them in the tournament.

A victory for Scotland would've almost guaranteed progression to the last 16 for the first time in our history but it wasn't to be as a painful sucker punch at the death to send us home. Skipper Robertson couldn't hide his disappointment as he was interviewed by the BBC moments after full-time.

The Liverpool defender could only apologise to the nation as he bemoaned: "There's nothing really to say to be honest. We gave it everything. We knew we had to win this game, and they've hit us on the counter-attack. It could have gone either way, but that's football - that's how it goes. It will take a long time to get over this one.

"We had a lot of possession, first half, without doing anything with it. We had to find that cutting edge and go for it a wee bit more. We did go for it, but we got sucker-punched. A draw wasn't going to be enough realistically.

"Tonight and for a long time we have to get over this. It's a tough one. It's devastating. All the lads are absolutely gutted. I will say thank you to all the supporters; sorry for letting you all down."