The EURO 2020 round of 16 stage has now taken full shape following the completion of the group stage.
It was an electrifying end to the group matches with games witnessed in Group F.
Germany survived a scare while Portugal were pulled through by guess who; Cristiano Ronaldo.
Let’s continue our daily series on the tournament as dubbed CASHING IN ON THE EUROs.
Germany 2-2 Hungary
Germany were within six minutes of a shock EURO 2020 exit until Leon Goretzka’s goal denied fearless Hungary in a 2-2 result
The Germans twice came from behind to knock battling Hungary out of the tournament.
The result means Germany finish second in Group F and will meet England at Wembley in a hugely anticipated last-16 match next Tuesday.
Portugal 2-2 France
In a match defined by penalties, Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo both scored twice during an entertaining 2-2 draw in Budapest.
France head in to the last-16 as group winners and will face Switzerland. Portugal, as the third-placed side in Group F, will face Belgium.
A dominant Spain recovered from Alvaro Morata’s saved penalty to beat Slovakia 5-0 and set up a clash with Croatia at Wembley next Monday.
Sweden also secured a last-16 clash against Ukraine at Hampden Park on June 29 after they left it late to edge Poland thanks to a 93rd minute goal.
Here are the various Round of 16 Matches:
1: Wales vs Denmark (4:00 PM GMT, Saturday 26 June)
2: Italy vs Austria (7:00 PM GMT, Saturday 26 June)
3: Netherlands vs Czech Republic (4:00 PM GMT, Sunday 27 June)
4: Belgium vs Portugal (7:00 PM GMT, Sunday 27 June)
5: Croatia vs Spain (4:00 PM GMT, Monday 28 June)
6: France vs Switzerland (7:00 PM GMT, Monday 28 June)
7: England vs Germany (4:00 PM GMT, Tuesday 29 June)
8: Sweden vs Ukraine (7:00 PM GMT, Tuesday 29 June)
STAR OF THE TOURNAMENT SO FAR
Cometh the hour, cometh the man… Cristiano Ronaldo continues to lead the oath for Portugal at Euro 2020.
Currently the tournament’s top scorer (5 goals in 3 games), the 36 year old continues to equal and set records at this tournament.
Following his brace on Wednesday, Ronaldo has equalled Ali Daei’s international record of 109 goals.
BETTING TIP OF THE DAY
Rest of the Match Bet Explained:
This means that only goals that are scored after the bet has been placed, will be accounted for the settling of the bet. So for you the match starts all over again with the score at 0-0 at the time the bet is placed irrespective of the actual score.
At the time you place your bet, Hearts of Oak led Legon Cities by 3-0, and the match eventually ends 4-1. Counting from the moment the bet is placed, the match ends with a draw (1-1), because each team has scored another goal.
In this instance, selecting a draw option for a Rest of the Match option will win you your bet.
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