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  1. Italy vs England Italy is arguably a team that showed the most convincing performances so far in the tournament. They stormed through the group stage, keeping their net intact on that course. However, Roberto Mancini’s side struggled with Austrian discipline but secured a victory after the extra time. Their performance against Belgium was excellent, and the team showed all its talent. On the other hand, a completely different approach against Spain. Azzurri showed they could play direct and attractive football like in the match against the Red Devils, but here, La Furia Roja dominated the
  2. England vs Denmark England is just two steps away from winning the EURO 2020 title, and they enjoy the excellent form. Gareth Southgate’s side missed the chance to win just once on the last 11 occasions, and they want to keep up where they left off. Harry Maguire and the lads allowed only one goal during that period, and they still haven’t conceded in the tournament. Although their group stage campaign wasn’t so convincing, England improved its performances in the knockout rounds. They bagged two against Germany while trashing Ukraine 4:0 in the quarter-finals. At the same time, it was th
  3. Italy vs Spain Italy heads to this game after an excellent performance against Belgium. Roberto Mancini’s side celebrated a 2:1 victory against the top FIFA World Rankings team and came two steps away from lifting the trophy. Azzurri have been very convincing, especially in the first half, and the match could have been more comfortable for them if the referee hasn’t awarded Belgium a dubious penalty. Lorenzo Insigne and the lads dominated the game and continued their remarkable unbeaten streak. Italy booked 13 victories in a row, conceding only twice on that road. However, Leonardo Spinaz
  4. Ukraine vs England Ukraine is one of the biggest overachievers in EURO 2020, but they have been pretty lucky. Only one victory was enough for Andriy Shevchenko’s side in the group stage, and that one came against North Macedonia. Even with two defeats, Zbirna made it through and faced Sweden in the eighth-finals. Although Oleksandr Zinchenko and the lads haven’t kept the clean sheet yet, they have been productive enough in the front. Ukraine failed to score just once on the previous ten occasions, and it was in an abysmal display against Austria. They secured a victory against Sweden in t
  5. Czech Republic vs Denmark The Czech Republic had a bumpy but yet successful road to the quarter-finals. Jaroslav Silhavy’s side celebrated in their opening match in EURO 2020, and that one turned out to be a crucial victory. They picked up a point against Croatia in a 1:1 draw before losing to England in the final round of the group stage. Although the Czech Republic is a decent team, very few people thought they could eliminate the Netherlands. However, Tomas Soucek and the lads put a very disciplined performance and managed to capitalize on outnumbering the opponent. Patrik Schick has b
  6. Belgium vs Italy The Red Devils have a perfect record in this tournament, as they celebrated in all four matches. Their group stage campaign went very smoothly, except for the game against Denmark when they needed to come from behind. Roberto Martinez’s side already had a tough challenge in the eighth-finals, but they managed to remain in the competition. Romelu Lukaku and the lads eliminated the defending champions, Portugal, from EURO 2020 thanks to Thorgan Hazard’s goal. However, Portugal dominated the second half, and Belgium was lucky not to go into the extra time. The Red Devils mig
  7. Switzerland vs Spain Switzerland produced the biggest surprise in the tournament after eliminating the current World champions, France. In a fascinating rollercoaster, Vladimir Petkovic’s side kept its nerves in the penalty shootout and continued their campaign. The Swiss team could have beaten Les Bleus in the regulation time if Ricardo Rodrigues converted the penalty for a 2:0 lead. However, after his miss, France dominated the game and quickly went 3:1 ahead. However, Kylian Mbappe and the lads didn’t learn the lesson on Spain’s example and let Switzerland equalize in the last ten minu
  8. Sweden vs Ukraine Sweden couldn’t wish for a better campaign, as they topped Group E ahead of Spain. They snatched a draw against La Furia Roja in the opening round, which gave them a massive boost of confidence. It resulted in a narrow 1:0 victory over Slovakia and a 3:2 win over Poland. Except for the game against Orly, Janne Andersson’s side has been pretty tight in the back. Blågult conceded only once in seven games, while those two goals against Poland don’t hurt too much. Emil Forsberg and the lads enjoy an excellent run, as they haven’t lost eight times in a row, and they want to k
  9. England vs Germany England heads to this game after securing the pole position in Group D. They opened the campaign with a narrow 1:0 victory over Croatia but held by Scotland to a goalless draw. In the battle for the top spot in the group stage, Raheem Sterling and the lads celebrated another 1:0 win. Gareth Southgate’s side has been unbeatable in the back, as they still haven’t conceded in EURO 2020. Considering the warm-up games, the Three Lions managed to keep their net intact on five occasions. On the other hand, England hasn’t been too productive, as they also failed to score more t
  10. France vs Switzerland The current World champions perfectly opened the campaign after beating Germany 1:0. However, it is their only win in EURO 2020, as they were involved in two draws as well. First, Hungary showed that France is vulnerable and fought for a 1:1 tie. Then, Didier Deschamps’s side faced the defending champions Portugal in the latest round of the group stage and split points in a 2:2 draw. France hasn’t tasted a defeat on the previous ten occasions, missing the chance to win only three times during that period. After keeping the clean sheet five times in a row, France conc
  11. Croatia vs Spain The World Cup 2018 runner-ups secured 2nd place in the group stage thanks to the victory against Scotland in the last round. They opened the campaign by losing to England 1:0, while Croatia snatched a point in a 1:1 draw against the Czech Republic. Zlatko Dalic’s side hasn’t been playing very well lately, as they booked only one victory in the previous five matches. However, that one came in the most crucial game for Croatia. Luka Modric was instrumental for Vatreni in a 3:1 win against Scotland after scoring a screamer and packing the third goal. A very challenging task
  12. Belgium vs Portugal Belgium heads to the knockout stage after booking the perfect record in Group B. They were very confident against Russia in a 3:0 victory but needed a comeback against Denmark. Finally, the Red Devils managed to crack Finland in the second half of the third game and celebrated a 2:0 victory. Roberto Martinez’s side enjoys an excellent run, as they haven’t tasted a defeat on the previous 12 occasions. During that period, Belgium missed the chance to win only twice. Kevin de Bruyne is back on the team, and he already showed how important he is for Belgium. With Eden Haza
  13. Netherlands vs Czech Republic The Netherlands advanced from the group stage with all three victories and winning the top spot. However, it wasn’t that easy for Oranje, especially in the opening match. Frank de Boer’s side wasted a 2:0 lead against Ukraine but eventually managed to score for a 3:2 victory. They didn’t shine against Austria either but still booked a 2:0 win. The Netherlands finally showed its real strength against North Macedonia, beating them 3:0. Although it was the least challenging opponent in the group, Oranje’s display was much more attractive than the first two. Memp
  14. Italy vs Austria Although they haven’t been involved in the most challenging group, Italy left the best impression in EURO 2020 so far. They trashed Turkey and Switzerland, both 3:0, and wrapped up the group stage with a 1:0 win over Wales. This makes their unbeatable streak extending to 30 games, and during that period, Italy drew only five times. Moreover, Roberto Mancini’s side celebrated eleven times in a row, managing to keep the clean sheet in each of those matches. Ciro Immobile and the lads have been clinical in front of the oppositions’ net, failing to score more than once only a
  15. Wales vs Denmark Wales finished right behind Italy in the group stage and didn’t need to worry about their place in the knockout stage. A draw in the opening round against Switzerland encouraged the Dragons to book a crucial victory against Turkey. Robert Page’s side has been pretty disciplined so far, and they didn’t concede more than a goal in a single game in the tournament. On the other hand, Gareth Bale and the lads converted their chances into goals, and they can be happy with their performances so far. The second-place finish in the group stage allowed them to skip the biggest favo
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