Monthly Archive: June 2021

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Euro 2020: Day 19

After a build up that seemed to last a lifetime, England finally met Germany in front of an increased capacity of around 40,000 in the first game of the day on Tuesday. After his...

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Euro 2020: Day 18

Copenhagen played host to the opening game Monday evening, after a rejuvenated Spain, after their 5-0 victory in their final group game, faced Croatia for a place in the last eight. The biggest news...

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Euro 2020: Day 17

The Netherlands faced their first game on the road of Euro 2020 as they travelled to Hungary to face the Czech Republic in the last 16. Having played all 3 previous games in front...

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Euro 2020: Day 16

After a few days break, the action was back underway as we returned to the Netherlands to see Wales face Denmark for the first place in the quarter-finals up for grabs the winner. Wales...

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Euro 2020: Day 15

The action returns to the Parken Stadium on Monday evening as Croatia face Spain for a place in the quarter finals. The scene of such tragedy earlier in the tournament, the footballing world will...

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Euro 2020: Day 14

As the dust settles on a fantastic final day of football in the group stages, with Group F providing the drama as at various stages during the evening each of the four teams were...

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Euro 2020: Day 13

Spain were once again in action in Seville, needing to pick up their first victory of the tournament to progress from Group E as they hosted Slovakia, who already had 3 points courtesy of...

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Euro 2020: Day 12

England looked to bounce back from the disappointment of their 0-0 draw against Scotland on Friday as they faced Czech Republic in their final group game. The visitors were victorious last time the pair...

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Euro 2020: Day 11

Another convincing performance from the Netherlands saw them finish with a 100% record as they brushed aside North Macedonia 3-0 in Amsterdam. The Dutch came into the game having already qualified, while North Macedonia...

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Euro 2020: Day 10

Italy ensured they finished Group A winners with a slender 1-0 victory over Wales in Rome. As expected, Italy manager Roberto Mancini rang in the changes for this one, knowing even a draw would...

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