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6 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

HUNGARY - 0
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Gulácsi; Botka, Orban, Szalai; Lovrencsics, Kleinheisler (Dávid Sigér 78'), Nagy (Roland Varga 89'), Schäfer (Loïc Négo 66'), Fiola (Kevin Varga 89'); Ádám Szalai, Sallai (Szabolcs Schön 78')

PORTUGAL - 3
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Patricio; Semedo, Dias, Pepe, Guerreiro; Carvalho (Renato Sanches 71'), Danilo, Bruno Fernandes (Joâo Moutinho 89'); Bernardo Silva (Rafa Silva 71'), Jota (André Silva 81'); Ronaldo


0-1 Guerreiro
0-2 Ronaldo
0-3 Ronaldo

Hungary - Portugal 0-3

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4 hours ago, jaybee said:

I was extremely disappointed. We looked good with two up front against Luxembourg and should have stuck with Adams and Dykes up top. Christie and Armstrong can't play in the same team. We lacked width too as were too reliant on just getting ball to Robertson. Fraser should have been introduced earlier off the bench and Gilmour could have come on and made an impact. McGregor sub made no sense. 

Playing at home even with a smaller crowd we should have taken advantage 

 

Massive game on Friday now 

 

Hope no one minds but here is podcast I do where we reviewed game and previewed Fridays game.

https://anchor.fm/sff-podcast/episodes/S10E82-Scotland-Schickened-e12q1n0

 

 

Didn't saw the game so can't judge 100 % correct, but Luxemburg isn't that good. Everyone looks good against them.

2 hours ago, jaybee said:

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Germany 0

Neuer, Ginter (Can 87), Hummels, Rudiger, Kimmich, Gundogan, Kroos, Gosens (Holland 87), Gnabry (Werner 74), Muller and Havertz (Sane 74)

France 1 - Hummels OG 20

Lloris, Pavard, Varane, Kimpembe, L Hernandez, Kante, Rabiot (Dembele 90), Pogba, Griezmann, Benzema (Tolisso 89) and Mbappe1200px-Flag_of_France_svg.thumb.png.3b5c91255f541b346b0dfd9836c7e514.png

Thanks! 

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2 minutes ago, thorgan lesar said:

Didn't saw the game so can't judge 100 % correct, but Luxemburg isn't that good. Everyone looks good against them.

Thanks! 

They are a side who have been improving. We looked good against Netherlands. Very frustrating as that game was there for the taking yesterday.

 

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6 minutes ago, jaybee said:

They are a side who have been improving. We looked good against Netherlands. Very frustrating as that game was there for the taking yesterday.

 

The coach from Slovakia did it smart against Poland. The Scottish coach needs to take an example on him.. ;)

Still Czech Republic has also a decent team with players like Souček, Schick, Jankto, Kral and Coufal.

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Czech Republic are being underrated imo. Pretty odd, given that it's blindingly obvious that they have a top-class striker, a very good defender, a decent keeper, and work hard for each other. They normally do well from set pieces too, but were dreadful with their corners against Scotland: so that, right there, is an area they are capable of improving straight away. They're about 80/1 generally. It's like the performance is being discounted because it's 'only' against Scotland.

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On 6/11/2021 at 12:44 AM, thorgan lesar said:

GROUP A
Italy
Switzerland
Turkey
Wales

1. Italy 3
2. Wales 1
3. Switzerland 1
4. Turkey 0

GROUP B
Belgium
Denmark
Finland
Russia

1. Belgium 3
2. Finland 3
3. Denmark 0
4. Russia 0

GROUP C
Austria
The Netherlands
North Macedonia
Ukrain

1. Austria 3
2. The Netherlands 3
3. Ukrain 0
4. North Macedonia 0

GROUP D
Croatia
Czech Republic
England
Scotland

1. Czech Republic 3
2. England 3
3. Croatia 0
4. Scotland 0

GROUP E
Poland
Slowakia
Spain
Sweden

1. Slovakia 3
2. Spain 1
3. Sweden 1
4. Poland 0

GROUP F
France
Germany
Portugal
Hungary

1. Portugal 3
2. France 3
3. Germany 0
4. Hungary 0

How it looks after 1 matchday each...

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18 minutes ago, thorgan lesar said:

The coach from Slovakia did it smart against Poland. The Scottish coach needs to take an example on him.. ;)

Still Czech Republic has also a decent team with players like Souček, Schick, Jankto, Kral and Coufal.

They do but yesterday was a massive chance with us being at home. Worst case scenario I thought yesterday was a draw. Tierney being missing a big blow as he is such a key part of our team with the way he attacks from deep. 

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9 hours ago, jaybee said:

They do but yesterday was a massive chance with us being at home. Worst case scenario I thought yesterday was a draw. Tierney being missing a big blow as he is such a key part of our team with the way he attacks from deep. 

He was a big miss indeed. Now against England ;)

You're looking forward to it ? 

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1 hour ago, thorgan lesar said:

He was a big miss indeed. Now against England ;)

You're looking forward to it ? 

I'm definitely looking forward to it. In a way it could be an ideal game for us as England are considered favourites and players will be even more up for the occasion. Hopefully they give the right reaction.

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FINLAND - 0
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Hrádecký; Toivio (Fredrik Jensen 84'), Arajuuri, O'Shaughnessy; Raitala (Pyry Soiri 75'), Schüller (Joni Kauko 67'), Kamara, Uronen; Lod; Pohjanpalo, Pukki (Lassi Lappalainen 75')

RUSSIA - 1
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Safonov; Fernandes (Vyacheslav Karavaev 26'), Diveev, Dzhikiya, Kuzyaev; Barinov, Zobnin, Ozdoev (Rifat Zhemaletdinov 61'); Miranchuk (Maksim Mukhin 85'), Golovin; Dzyuba (Aleksandr Sobolev 85')



0-1 Miranchuk

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2 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

FINLAND - 0
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Hrádecký; Toivio (Fredrik Jensen 84'), Arajuuri, O'Shaughnessy; Raitala (Pyry Soiri 75'), Schüller (Joni Kauko 67'), Kamara, Uronen; Lod; Pohjanpalo, Pukki (Lassi Lappalainen 75')

RUSSIA - 1
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Safonov; Fernandes (Vyacheslav Karavaev 26'), Diveev, Dzhikiya, Kuzyaev; Barinov, Zobnin, Ozdoev (Rifat Zhemaletdinov 61'); Miranchuk (Maksim Mukhin 85'), Golovin; Dzyuba (Aleksandr Sobolev 85')



0-1 Miranchuk

Finland - Russia 0-1

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TURKEY - 0
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Çakir; Çelik, Ayhan, Söyüncü, Meraş (Mert Müldür 73'); Yokuşlu (Merih Demiral 46'); Karaman (Halil Dervişoğlu 75'), Çalhanoğlu, Tufan (Yusuf Yazici 46'), Ünder (İrfan Kahveci 83'); Yilmaz

WALES - 2
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Ward; Roberts, Mepham, Rodon, Davies; Allen (Ethan Ampadu 73'); Bale, Morrell, Ramsey (Harry Wilson 85'), James; Moore



0-1 Ramsey
0-2 Roberts

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2 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

TURKEY - 0
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Çakir; Çelik, Ayhan, Söyüncü, Meraş (Mert Müldür 73'); Yokuşlu (Merih Demiral 46'); Karaman (Halil Dervişoğlu 75'), Çalhanoğlu, Tufan (Yusuf Yazici 46'), Ünder (İrfan Kahveci 83'); Yilmaz

WALES - 2
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Ward; Roberts, Mepham, Rodon, Davies; Allen (Ethan Ampadu 73'); Bale, Morrell, Ramsey (Harry Wilson 85'), James; Moore



0-1 Ramsey
0-2 Roberts

Turkey - Wales 0-2

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ITALY - 3
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Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Chiellini (Francesco Acerbi 24'), Spinazzola; Jorginho, Barella (Bryan Cristante 87'), Locatelli (Matteo Pessina 86'); Berardi (Rafael Toloi 70'), Insigne (Federico Chiesa 69'); Immobile

SWITZERLAND - 0
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Sommer; Elvedi, Schär (Steven Zuber 57'), Akanji; Mbabu (Silvan Widmer 58'), Freuler (Djibril Sow 84'), Xhaka, Rodriguez; Shaqiri (Ruben Vargas 76'); Seferović (Mario Gavranović 46'), Embolo



1-0 Locatelli
2-0 Locatelli
3-0 Immobile

 

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2 hours ago, keefmj said:

Turkey have really disappointed this tournament

Good on wales though. I thought they would rue those early Ramsey misses

I thought Wales would struggle in this tournament but they have shown once again they have remarkable team spirit. Helped out by having quality of Ramsey and Bale who can make difference in final third 

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3 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

ITALY - 3
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Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Chiellini (Francesco Acerbi 24'), Spinazzola; Jorginho, Barella (Bryan Cristante 87'), Locatelli (Matteo Pessina 86'); Berardi (Rafael Toloi 70'), Insigne (Federico Chiesa 69'); Immobile

SWITZERLAND - 0
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Sommer; Elvedi, Schär (Steven Zuber 57'), Akanji; Mbabu (Silvan Widmer 58'), Freuler (Djibril Sow 84'), Xhaka, Rodriguez; Shaqiri (Ruben Vargas 76'); Seferović (Mario Gavranović 46'), Embolo



1-0 Locatelli
2-0 Locatelli
3-0 Immobile

 

Italy - Switzerland 3-0

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UKRAIN - 2
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Bushchan; Karavaev, Zabarnyi, Matvienko, Mykolenko; Stepanenko, Shaparenko (Serhii Sydorchuk 78'), Zinchenko; Yarmolenko (Viktor Tsygankov 70'), Malinovskiy; Yaremchuk (Artem Besedin 70')

NORTH MACEDONIA - 1
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Dimitrievski; Ristovski, Velkovski (Ivan Trichkovski 85'), Musliu; Nikolov (Aleksandar Trajkovski 46'), Ademi (Kire Ristovski 85'), Spirovski (Darko Churlinov 46'), Alioski; Bardhi (Daniel Avramovski 77'); Elmas, Pandev


1-0 Yarmolenko
2-0 Yaremchuk
2-1 Alioski

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2 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

UKRAIN - 2
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Bushchan; Karavaev, Zabarnyi, Matvienko, Mykolenko; Stepanenko, Shaparenko (Serhii Sydorchuk 78'), Zinchenko; Yarmolenko (Viktor Tsygankov 70'), Malinovskiy; Yaremchuk (Artem Besedin 70')

NORTH MACEDONIA - 1
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Dimitrievski; Ristovski, Velkovski (Ivan Trichkovski 85'), Musliu; Nikolov (Aleksandar Trajkovski 46'), Ademi (Kire Ristovski 85'), Spirovski (Darko Churlinov 46'), Alioski; Bardhi (Daniel Avramovski 77'); Elmas, Pandev


1-0 Yarmolenko
2-0 Yaremchuk
2-1 Alioski

Ukrain vs North Macedonia 2-1

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DENMARK - 1
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Schmeichel; Wass (Jens Stryger Larsen 62'), Christensen, Kjær, Vestergaard (Andreas Skov Olsen 84'), Mæhle; Højbjerg, Damsgaard (Andreas Cornelius 72'), Delaney (Mathias Jensen 72'); Poulsen (Christian Nørgaard 62'), Braithwaite

BELGIUM - 2
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Courtois; Alderweireld, Denayer, Vertonghen; Meunier, Dendoncker (Axel Witsel 59'), Tielemans, T.Hazard (Thomas Vermaelen 93'); Mertens (Kevin De Bruyne 46'), Carrasco (Eden Hazard 59'); Lukaku



1-0 Poulsen
1-1 Thorgan Hazard
1-2 De Bruyne

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2 hours ago, thorgan lesar said:

DENMARK - 1
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Schmeichel; Wass (Jens Stryger Larsen 62'), Christensen, Kjær, Vestergaard (Andreas Skov Olsen 84'), Mæhle; Højbjerg, Damsgaard (Andreas Cornelius 72'), Delaney (Mathias Jensen 72'); Poulsen (Christian Nørgaard 62'), Braithwaite

BELGIUM - 2
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Courtois; Alderweireld, Denayer, Vertonghen; Meunier, Dendoncker (Axel Witsel 59'), Tielemans, T.Hazard (Thomas Vermaelen 93'); Mertens (Kevin De Bruyne 46'), Carrasco (Eden Hazard 59'); Lukaku



1-0 Poulsen
1-1 Thorgan Hazard
1-2 De Bruyne

Denmark - Belgium 1-2

 

Almost died :o:)

Yes!

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