7:55 p.m .: Denmark first qualified for the quarter-finals
Doubt did not hang over the meeting between the Danes and the Welsh in Amsterdam for long.
Kasper Dolberg twice, Joakim Maehle and Martin Braithwaite on the wire allow the Danes to advance to the next round.
Report to follow …
19:46: the Danes on their way to the quarter-finals (3-0)
The Austrians are preparing for their meeting against Italy.
7:06 p.m .: and the double for Kasper Dolberg! OGC Nice striker allows Denmark to break 2-0
6:51 p.m .: Lucas Hernandez trained
Released injured against Portugal, the French left defender could finally be present on Monday against Switzerland.
The Bayern side took part in collective training this Saturday, during which Didier Deschamps would have tried a three-way defense.
6:27 p.m.: Denmark take lead on scoreboard 1-0 thanks to Dolberg
6:00 p.m .: it’s gone to Amsterdam between Wales and Denmark
According to L’Equipe, French defender Jules Koundé would be added to the list of injured Blues. He could miss Monday’s game against Switzerland.
5:42 pm: “Make people happy”
Asked about his team’s journey to the Euro, Sweden coach Janne Andersson said: “It’s incredibly cool to have a job where you can make so many people happy. A big thank you to all of you. who support us. Support us there (editor’s note: Glasgow) and I promise that we will do our best to play as many matches as possible in the competition. “
4:43 p.m .: the compositions from Wales – Denmark are there:
Pays de Galles : Ward – Roberts, Mepham, Rodon, Davies – Allen, Morrell – Ramsey, James, Bale – Moore
Denmark: Schmeichel – Christensen, Kjaer, Vestergaard – Stryger, Hojbjerg, Delaney, Maehle – Damsgaard, Dolberg, Braithwaite
2:44 p.m.: Thomas Muller fit against England
Three days before their duel against England, Germany has recorded good news: it will be able to count on Thomas Müller, a time uncertain due to a knee injury.
1:20 p.m .: “Italy impressed me”
Asked at a press conference this Saturday on the team that impressed her the most from the start, French defender Presnel Kimpembe leaned for the Italian team.
“There are great teams, but for me Italy has done a very good Euro so far, they have shown a lot of things,” said the PSG player.
12:30 p.m .: Health concerns at Saint PETERSBOURG
Russia’s second-largest city, St. Petersburg, which hosts Euro 2020 matches, on Saturday recorded the highest daily death toll from the coronavirus in the country since the start of the pandemic.
According to official figures, the former imperial capital has recorded 107 deaths in the past 24 hours, a figure which Russian news agencies say is the highest of any city in the country since the virus first emerged.
A popular city for tourists, St. Petersburg hosts a total of seven Euro football matches. There is still one game to go in the city, a quarter-final next Friday, potentially with France if they beat Switzerland on Monday.
11h: “For Switzerland it will be hot to control it” advance Chapuisat concerning Mbappé
Since the start of the Euro, Kylian Mbappé has opened the gaps in the French attack, leaving the role of finisher to Antoine Griezmann and Karim Benzema. Monday’s round of 16 against Switzerland (9:00 p.m.) could allow him to unlock his goal counter.
Faced with the “Nati”, which he has never faced in 47 selections, the speed of the prodigy of Kylian Mbappé could help break the defensive lock.
“For Switzerland it will be hot to control it, perhaps we must double (defend two, Editor’s note)”, advance to AFP the former Swiss international Stéphane Chapuisat.
Coach Vladimir Petkovic will probably set up “a low block”, because it is necessary “to give the least space in the back of the defense to a player like Mbappé, but also to Benzema”, argues the former striker.
10h45 : The probable compositions of Italy-Austria
After his very good match against Wales in the third group match (1 assist), Verratti should be aligned by Roberto Mancini in this round of 16.
10am: Hello everyone!
Welcome to this live dedicated to Euro 2021 news. It’s the start of the round of 16 of the competition with two matches on the program on Saturday. Wales face Denmark at 6 p.m. while Italy will face Austria at 9 p.m.
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