Germany made a resounding start to Euro 2024, defeating 10-man Scotland 5-1 in Munich on Friday. Florian Wirtz and Jamal Musiala scored early to set the tone, with Wirtz netting the opener and Musiala quickly adding another. Scotland's woes deepened when Ryan Porteous was dismissed for a tackle on Ilkay Gundogan, leading to a penalty converted by Kai Havertz. Substitute Niclas Fuellkrug added a fourth goal, and despite Antonio Ruediger's own goal, Emre Can sealed the win with the last kick. This marks a crucial turnaround for Germany, who aim to secure their fourth continental title, following disappointments in recent tournaments. The atmosphere was electric, with fans in Munich's Marienplatz and across Germany celebrating the tournament's kickoff.