Scotland Euro shows branded 'embarrassing' as Steve Clarke showed no adventure despite must-win game

Scotland's Euro showing was "EMBARRASSING" as Simon Donnelly believes Steve Clarke showed no adventure in a must-win game.

The Scots failed to muster, officially, a single shot on target against Hungary as they were sent packing after conceding a 100th minute winner despite having the lion's share of possession. It was a nightmare end to a miserable tournament where we were unable to win a game and fell out of the group with a whimper.

Donnelly, the ex-Celtic striker, was loathe to suggest Clarke may now fear for his job as Scotland boss, but he did insist that the players and system the coach opted for was wrong. And has to change.

"I would (stick with Clarke) because there's nobody jumping out but I think he has to change his system," Donnelly told Superscoreboard. "I keep repeating myself with this one, we need to change as a team the way we set up. We can't play with a back three.

"It's embarrassing when you look at the responses on social media. I had my Dutch mate text me last night saying how bad we were. It is embarrassing because as a nation we've got pride and want to go to tournaments, not just to fill a space. I was one of the ex-players who thought we'd do something at this tournament but I don't see any adventure in our team. Hungary knew exactly how we were gonna set up because it was the same for the other two games, there was no change.

"They were sitting in and reckoned we couldn't break them down, they countered, and that's how the game turned out."