I was fortunate enough to get a ticket to England v Scotland at the Euros and, despite the match being a sedate affair, I came away from Wembley feeling hugely positive
By the time you read this, I have no idea what the situation with England at Euro 2020 is but, as I write, we have gone through the group stage as winners, and everybody is pretending that there aren’t four or five teams that look much better than us.
I was fortunate enough to get a ticket to England v Scotland, a match so much worse than every other game in the tournament that I convinced myself it must be my fault and I should never go again. I spent the day before the match in London, and became slightly nervous about attending, as the thousands of Scottish fans who had descended on the city appeared to have hit a peak of drunkenness somewhere near 11am. This didn’t bode well for an 8pm kick-off.