Quarter Final matches of Euro 2020


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  1. 1. Switzerland v Spain (Saint Petersburg Stadium, Russia)

  2. 2. Belgium v Italy ( Allianz Arena, Germany)

  3. 3. Czech Republic v Denmark (Baku Olympic Stadium, Azerbaijan)

  4. 4. Ukraine v England (Stadio Olimpico, Italy)

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QUARTER-FINAL

 

Friday, 2 July

Match #1 - 18:00 CET (Saint Petersburg Stadium, Russia)

Switzerland 1-1 Spain (1-1 AET)
(Spain win 3-1 in penalties)

 

Match #2 - 21:00 CET (Allianz Arena, Germany)

Belgium 1-2 Italy

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Saturday, 3 July

Match #3 - 18:00 CET (Baku Olympic Stadium, Azerbaijan)

Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark

 

Match #4 - 21:00 CET (Stadio Olimpico, Italy)

Ukraine 0-4 England

 

Through to Semi final

  1. Spain
  2. Italy
  3. Denmark
  4. England
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Tough one but Denmark are ahead after 5 mins and I voted for Czech Republic, my last two votes in the poll were wrong though!

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Five clean sheets and through to the Semi Final, well done England!

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