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Lid lifted on Germany training ground scrap as Toni Kroos fired warning about 'unpleasant' Scotland

Toni Kroos looks like a guy who doesn’t have a care in the world right now. After all, he’s still basking in Champions League glory a fortnight after Real Madrid’s triumph at Wembley.

That was his SIXTH European Cup in a career which has yielded an incredible 28 major trophies, including the 2014 World Cup. At 34, Kroos has done it all in the game. And the German midfielder wants to retire on home soil as a Euro 2024 winner. So when Kroos faced the media in Herzogenaurach on Tuesday, he looked as relaxed as when he’s spraying 40-yard passes across a pitch.

With his perfect, slick-back hair and smile as big as the Rhine, Kroos doesn’t give off the vibe of a man who’s easily flustered. But whisper it. He’s just a tad concerned about Steve Clarke and Scotland on Friday night. Not because of any recent bad experiences against the Scots. No, it’s more to do with what some of his Spanish pals have told him.

Remember, Clarke’s boys put one over on them at Hampden to pave the way for this German adventure. And despite everything Kroos has achieved in his career, he says he’s well aware of the dangers we might pose to the hosts in Munich.

As he prepared for the mouth-watering Euro 2024 opener at the Allianz Arena, the German superstar said: “For the mood of this country, of course it’s important for us to get a positive result in the opening game. But we know what kind of opponent awaits us in Scotland.

“Scotland can be a very unpleasant team to play against. I have already spoken to some of my team-mates at Real Madrid, who lost to them with Spain. So have been more than warned. We don’t need to have an extra awareness of Scotland. We know it will be a really difficult game on Friday night. But at a home European Championships,