We'll make sure we don't wait another 23 years, says Scotland boss

Soccer Football - Euro 2020 - Group D - Croatia v Scotland - Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain - June 22, 2021 Scotland manager Steve Clarke reacts after Croatia's Luka Modric scored their second goal Pool via REUTERS/Lee Smith

GLASGOW (Reuters) - Scotland were not good enough to progress in their first major tournament in 23 years but will make sure they don't wait as long for the next one, manager Steve Clarke said after his side's exit from Euro 2020 on Tuesday.

A 3-1 defeat by 2018 World Cup runners-up Croatia at Hampden Park left the Scots last in Group D and yet to reach the knockout stages of a European championship or World Cup in 11 attempts.

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