Aston Villa message after major achievement”

The two players’ spots at Euro 2024 were confirmed by their countries on Sunday night, which is the most recent Aston Villa news.

Two Aston Villa players have had a successful international break thus far this week, having qualified for Euro 2024 with their respective sides.

Villa players playing this week include defender Pau Torres and midfielder John McGinn. Although Spain’s victory against Norway had a significant impact on both sides, McGinn and his teammates probably kept a close eye on the action even if Scotland wasn’t playing this weekend.

On Thursday, the two teams faced off in Qualification Group A. Spain won 2-0 thanks to goals from Oihan Sancet and Alvaro Morata in the second half.

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Scotland now sits second in Group A, behind Spain, as a result of the outcome. However, they were aware that a win by Spain over Norway, who was ranked third, would guarantee them a spot in the event the following year.

Spain won 1-0 away thanks to a goal by Gavi in the 49th minute. It was a result that guaranteed them and Scotland a spot at Euro 2024.

Center-back Torres was not utilised as a substitute for the match, as he was against Scotland on Thursday, one week after he scored his maiden goal for Villa. Nonetheless, given that he has been a consistent choice for Spain since making his debut in 2019, it is likely that he will be named in the tournament roster.

John McGinn and Scotland have qualified for Euro 2024 despite defeat in Spain

Villa was one of the those who congratulated the player on qualifying after the victory over Norway. After qualifying, the team conveyed a similar message to Scotland and McGinn.

The club will return to action on Tuesday night, so they don’t have to wait long to celebrate. Scotland travels to France for a friendly encounter; kickoff is at 8 p.m.


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