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Euro 2024 round of 16

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Follow how the round of 16 matches unfolded.

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Switzerland 2-0 Italy

Italy, the current Euro champions, bid farewell to the tournament after being defeated by Switzerland.

At 19 minutes, Barella passed to Di Lorenzo from a free kick, but the full-back missed a good chance.

At 24 minutes, Aebischer made a beautiful pass to Embolo, who went one-on-one with the goalkeeper. The striker shot high, and Donnarumma made a spectacular save.

Switzerland opened the scoring at 37 minutes. Vargas received on the left and passed to Freuler in the box, who controlled the ball and struck it with his left foot into the goal.

At 45 minutes, Rieder took a dangerous free kick, Donnarumma made the save, and then the ball hit the post.

Switzerland sealed the match in the first minute of the second half. The Swiss made a good triangulation, and Aebischer passed to Vargas, who shot into the top corner, leaving Donnarumma with no chance.

At 29 minutes, Zaccagni was launched into the box and headed to Scamacca, who hit the post.

End of the match, Switzerland advanced without much trouble.

Switzerland will face England in the quarter-finals.

Suíça derrota Itália por 2 x 0 e avança para as quartas da Eurocopa | Metrópoles

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Germany 2-0 Denmark

Germany defeated Denmark in a match with several VAR interventions.

At 7 minutes, Kroos passed to Kimmich, who sent a rocket from outside the box, and Schmeichel made a great save, sending it for a corner.

At 10 minutes, Rüdiger launched Havertz, who hit it first-time, and Schmeichel saved.

At 37 minutes, Raum crossed, Havertz headed, and Schmeichel saved on reflex.

At 45 minutes, Denmark launched a quick counter-attack, Delaney passed to Højlund, who tried to chip Neuer but failed.

Denmark had a goal disallowed at 3 minutes of the second half. After a scramble in the box, Andersen put it in the back of the net, but Delaney was offside by the tip of his boot, and the goal was annulled.

At 6 minutes, Raum crossed, and the ball hit Andersen’s arm, and after a VAR review, the referee awarded a penalty. Havertz coolly converted it, opening the scoring.

At 14 minutes, Havertz went past two defenders, went one-on-one with the goalkeeper, and tried a chip, but missed.

At 19 minutes, Sané passed to Havertz, who invaded the box and returned the pass. Practically from the penalty spot, Sané shot wide.

At 23 minutes, Schlotterbeck made a beautiful pass, Schmeichel was slow to come off his line, Musiala went one-on-one and scored Germany’s second goal.

In stoppage time, Germany had another goal disallowed by Wirtz.

Germany will face Spain in the quarter-finals, which promises to be the best match of this round.

Musiala gol Alemanha Dinamarca

Photo: Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters

England 2-1 Slovakia

England came from behind to defeat Slovakia, with the equalizer coming in the 95th minute.

At 5 minutes, Haraslín advanced down the left and passed to Hancko, who shot across goal, close to the post.

Slovakia opened the scoring at 25 minutes. The defense cleared forward, Kucka flicked on with his head, and Strelec made a great pass for Schranz to finish past Pickford.

At 5 minutes of the second half, Kane made a good pass to Trippier, who crossed for Foden to score, but the goal was disallowed as the Manchester City forward was offside.

At 10 minutes, Bellingham misplaced a pass, and Strelec shot from midfield. Pickford was far off his line, and Slovakia nearly extended their lead.

At 33 minutes, Foden took a free kick into the box, and Kane headed dangerously close to the post.

At 41 minutes, Rice tried from outside the box and hit the post, and Kane missed the rebound.

When all seemed lost, England equalized at 95 minutes. Walker took a long throw into the box, Guehi flicked it on, and Bellingham scored a bicycle kick.

The match went to extra time, and England turned it around in the first minute. Palmer took a free kick into the box, Dúbravka punched it away, Eze shot, Toney deflected, and the ball fell to Kane, who headed it into the net.

At 5 minutes, Bénes shot across goal, and Pekarík missed from close range, squandering a great opportunity.

Slovakia fought hard but couldn’t avoid defeat.

England will face Switzerland in the quarter-finals.


Photo: Adrian DENNIS / AFP

Spain 4-1 Georgia

Spain came from behind to defeat Georgia in another impressive performance at Euro 2024.

At 5 minutes, Carvajal crossed, Pedri shot, and Mamardashvili made the save.

At 10 minutes, Nico Williams took a corner, Carvajal flicked it at the near post, and Mamardashvili made a great save.

Spain was pressing hard, but Georgia opened the scoring at 18 minutes. Kakabadze crossed, and Le Normand scored an own goal with his chest.

At 35 minutes, Pedri passed to Cucurella, who shot from outside the box, and Mamardashvili made another save.

Spain equalized at 39 minutes. Rodri switched the play to Nico Williams, who returned the pass, and the City midfielder cut inside on his left foot and placed it into the corner.

At 3 minutes of the second half, Kvaratskhelia launched a counter-attack and shot from behind midfield. Unai Simón was off his line, and the ball went close to the post.

At 5 minutes, Lamine Yamal made a great individual play and was fouled at the edge of the box. He shot hard into the corner, and Mamardashvili made a good save.

At 6 minutes, Lamine Yamal crossed into the box, and Fabián Ruiz, unmarked, headed in to give Spain the lead.

At 18 minutes, Georgia made a mistake in the buildup, and Yamal shot from the penalty spot, but missed.

At 23 minutes, Kvaratskhelia made a spectacular pass to Tsitaishvili, who had a lot of space, invaded the box, but shot wide.

At 29 minutes, Yamal exchanged passes with Olmo in the box, crossed, and Gvelesiani scored an own goal, but the goal was disallowed as the young Barcelona player was offside.

At 30 minutes, Nico Williams was sent through on a counter-attack, dribbled past the defender, invaded the box, and scored a beautiful goal, Spain’s third.

At 35 minutes, Yamal exchanged passes with Olmo, shot, and Mamardashvili made another save.

Spain sealed the win at 38 minutes. Oyarzabal passed to Olmo at the edge of the box, who evaded the defender and curled it into the corner.

Spain delivered another outstanding performance at Euro 2024 and is the team playing the best football.

Spain will face Germany in the quarter-finals.

Jogadores da Espanha comemorando gol


France 1-0 Belgium

France secured a victory over Belgium with a late goal.

At 24 minutes, De Bruyne took a tight free kick, and Maignan saved with his foot.

At 34 minutes, Koundé crossed, and Thuram headed just wide, posing a significant threat.

At 4 minutes into the second half, Tchouaméni tried a long-range shot, which deflected off the defense, and Casteels made a corner save.

At 9 minutes, Mbappé made a good individual play, invaded the box, and shot over the goal.

At 26 minutes, De Bruyne passed to Mangala, who played it to Lukaku for a shot from inside the box. Maignan made the save.

At 29 minutes, Koundé passed to Saliba, who beat his marker and shot close to the post.

At 38 minutes, Doku made a beautiful pass to De Bruyne, who shot from the edge of the box, and Maignan made a great save.

France opened the scoring at 40 minutes. Kanté passed to Kolo Muani in the box, who turned and shot. The ball deflected off Vertonghen, wrong-footing Casteels, and went into the goal.

In a match that had high expectations due to the quality of the teams, the French came out on top.

France will face Portugal in the quarter-finals.

Kolo Muani gol França x Bélgica

Photo: Georgi Licovski/EFE

Portugal 0(3×0)0 Slovenia

Portugal secured their spot in the quarter-finals through penalties.

Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty in extra time and was in tears.

At 5 minutes, Vitinha took a corner, Rúben Dias controlled and shot wide.

At 13 minutes, Bernardo Silva crossed, and the ball went past Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes, who couldn’t finish.

At 34 minutes, Cristiano Ronaldo took a powerful free kick, and the ball went close to the crossbar.

At 48 minutes, Rafael Leão made a beautiful individual play, invaded the box, and passed to Palhinha, who hit the post, and the ball went out.

At 10 minutes into the second half, Cristiano Ronaldo took a free kick to the corner of Oblak, who made the save.

At 16 minutes, Šeško advanced on the counter-attack, went one-on-one with Diogo Costa, but shot wide.

At 44 minutes, Diogo Jota made a beautiful pass to Cristiano Ronaldo, who shot with his left foot, and Oblak made a great save without giving a rebound.

With the draw, the match went into extra time.

At 8 minutes, Drkušić committed a penalty on Diogo Jota. Cristiano Ronaldo stepped up to take it and was stopped by a great save from Oblak. The star was in tears after missing the penalty.

At 10 minutes into the second half of extra time, Pepe made a defensive mistake, leaving Šeško one-on-one with the goalkeeper, but Diogo Costa made the save with his left foot.

The score remained 0-0, and the match went to a penalty shootout.

Slovenia missed all three of their penalties, with Iličić, Balkovec, and Verbič being denied by Diogo Costa.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Fernandes, and Bernardo Silva converted their penalties, and Portugal advanced.

Portugal will face France in the quarter-finals.

Jogadores de Portugal festejam com Diogo Costa após defesas de pênaltis contra a Eslováquia

Photo: Reuters

Romania 0-3 Netherlands

The Netherlands delivered a great performance and comfortably defeated Romania.

At 14 minutes, Man received on the right wing, cut inside, and shot dangerously.

The Netherlands opened the scoring at 20 minutes. Xavi Simons passed to Gakpo, who cut inside, entered the box, and fired into the corner to score.

At 26 minutes, Depay took a corner, and De Vrij headed into the side netting.

At 44 minutes, Dumfries stole the ball from Racovițan in the box and passed to Xavi Simons, who delayed his shot and missed wide.

At 13 minutes into the second half, Depay took a corner, and Van Dijk headed against the post.

At 17 minutes, Gakpo advanced from behind midfield and shot from the edge of the box, and Niță made the save.

At 18 minutes, Schouten crossed, Malen deflected, and Gakpo put it into the net, but the goal was disallowed as Gakpo was offside.

At 23 minutes, Depay took a low free kick under the wall, which went close to the post.

At 38 minutes, Gakpo entered the box, tussled with the defender, and passed to Malen, who tapped it into the net. The ball stayed on the line but did not go out, and the goal was confirmed.

Romania threw everything forward, and the Netherlands sealed the win at 48 minutes. Malen carried the ball from defense, beat his marker, and scored to secure the Dutch qualification.

The Netherlands will face Turkey in the quarter-finals.

Gakpo e Malen comemoram gol em Romênia x Holanda

Photo: Fiona Noever / Reuters

Austria 1-2 Turkey

Turkey opened the scoring early, extended their lead, and withstood Austrian pressure to secure the spot.

In the first minute, Arda Güler took a tight corner, the Austrian defense failed to clear, and Demiral fired into the net.

At 3 minutes, Baumgartner beat two defenders and shot across goal from the edge of the box. The ball went close to the post.

At 25 minutes, Arda Güler took a corner, and Demiral headed over the goal.

At 6 minutes into the second half, Posch put Arnautović through on goal, but the striker was denied by Günok.

Turkey posed a significant threat in the air and extended their lead at 14 minutes. Arda Güler took a tight corner, and Demiral scored his second goal of the match.

Austria pulled one back at 21 minutes. Sabitzer took a corner, Posch flicked it on, and Gregoritsch completed the finish.

At 44 minutes, Yılmaz received in the box, could have passed to two teammates, but shot wide.

In the last play of the match, at 50 minutes, Prass crossed into the box, Baumgartner headed down, and Günok made a spectacular save, securing Turkey’s place in the next round.

Turkey will face the Netherlands in the quarter-finals.

Demiral gol Turquia Áustria

Photo: Ronny Hartmann/AFP


Written by Henry Miller.

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