It’s once again another day for the teams of Group F the group of death from the Euro 2020 to face-off as they decide their fate who takes the group and cements qualification for the second round and which of the 3 super-powers in the group is heading home. It’s France against Hungary at the Ferenc Puskas Arena in Budapest. While Germany will try to restore the hope of qualification by beating Cristiano Ronaldo led Portugal.
Games played yesterday saw the Czech Republic guarantee itself a foot in the next round after getting a draw against Croatia. Croats are still yet to get off the mark as they continue their slow slacky start to the competition only managing to get a draw against the super confident Patrick Shick’s Czech Republic.
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While England made their first match win in the group stage in 5 tournaments against Croatia looks more like the Croats were just not good enough on the day rather than them being special as they shambolic and void of ideas against Scotland. When will any English side ever look like a great footballing team, too much energy, too much aggression no brain, no proper thought behind their play?
Kudos to the Scottish side who came into the competition as 3rd lowest-ranked team, they played with heart, hunger and desire, even though they had players like Billy Gilmour, Dykes who wouldn’t have even made it to the third 11 of the English national team.
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Sweden won against Slovakia one-nil, via an Emil Forsberg penalty sending top of group E. The other pair from their group, Poland and the former European champions, Spain will lock horns in the last game of the day.
Results from yesterday’s Euro 2020 matches;
Sweden 1 Vs Slovakia 0
Croatia 1 Vs Czech Republic 1
England 0 Vs Scotland 0
Today’s fixtures from Euro 2020;
Hungary Vs France 2:00 pm
Portugal Vs Germany 5:00 pm
Spain Vs Poland 8:00 pm
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