Goals and highlights: Germany 2-0 England in UEFA Euro 2020
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1:55 PMa month ago

The match ends!

With goals from Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane, England beat Germany 2-0, and thus advance to the quarterfinals of Euro 2020; their opponent will be the winner of the series between Ukraine and Sweden.
1:50 PMa month ago


Germany make another move: Jamal Musiala takes the place of Thomas Muller.
1:45 PMa month ago


Four minutes of stoppage time are added. 
1:40 PMa month ago


England, meanwhile, made another change: Declan Rice came on for Jordan Henderson.
1:35 PMa month ago


Germany made two more changes: Emre Can and Leroy Sané came on for Matthias Ginter and Robin Gosens.
1:30 PMa month ago


In a new team move, Jack Grealish set up Harry Kane, who headed the ball into the six-yard box to widen the gap on the scoreboard. The match seems to be decided. 
1:25 PMa month ago


Unbelievable! Thomas Muller fails to take advantage of a one-on-one situation when his cross-shot goes just wide of England's left-hand post. It was the equalizer for Germany.
1:20 PMa month ago


Harry Maguire fouls Joshua Kimmich and is shown the yellow card.
1:15 PMa month ago


In a team move, and on a pass from Luke Shaw, Raheem Sterling scored in the six-yard box to put his team ahead on the scoreboard.
1:10 PMa month ago


Robin Gosens brings down Kieran Trippier and becomes the fourth caution of the match.
1:05 PMa month ago


For their part, England also moves their players: Bukayo Saka comes off and Jack Grealish comes on.
1:00 PMa month ago


Germany makes its first move: Serge Gnabry comes on in place of Timo Werner. 
12:55 PMa month ago


Jordan Pickford! With one hand, the England goalkeeper makes a great save from Kai Havertz's powerful shot. Once again, England came very close to scoring.
12:50 PMa month ago

The second half begins!

Action resumes in the match between England and Germany; the teams are looking to be the penultimate qualifier to the quarterfinals of Euro 2020.
12:45 PMa month ago

First half ends

After 45+1' minutes, England and Germany are tied at 0-0. It is worth mentioning that in the event that the score remains unchanged, extra time will be played.
12:40 PMa month ago


Mats Hummels! The Germany defender looks alert to prevent Harry Kane from shooting in front of goal. It was a close call for England.
12:35 PMa month ago


Add one minute.
12:30 PMa month ago


Germany and England remain evenly matched; the intensity of both teams has decreased in the last few minutes, and as a result, the chances of danger have ceased to exist.
12:25 PMa month ago


After a third of the match, England has been superior to Germany; in addition to having most of the possession of the ball, they have also generated the most dangerous chances.

However, the scoreboard has not yet moved.

12:20 PMa month ago


Mathhias Ginter becomes the second player to receive a caution after an infringement on Luke Shaw.
12:15 PMa month ago


Once again, Manuel Neuer looked alert to keep out Harry Maguire's header from Kieran Trippier's right-wing corner kick.
12:10 PMa month ago


Manuel Neuer! Germany's goalkeeper stretches and, with one hand, sends Raheem Sterling's powerful, angled shot from outside the box for a corner. It was England's first important warning of the match.
12:05 PMa month ago


In the last few minutes, England has improved and started to steal the ball from Germany. For the time being, they have not been in the opponent's area in a clear way.
12:00 PMa month ago


Rice brings down Goretzka on the edge of the box and becomes the first caution of the game; the German team asked for a red card for facing the goal, but the referee stands by his initial decision.
11:55 AMa month ago


For the moment, Germany has taken the initiative and has begun to have possession of the ball, looking to play a positional game.

England, on the other hand, has withdrawn and is positioned in the middle block, trying to make it difficult for their opponents to circulate the ball.

11:50 AMa month ago

Game on!

The ball is rolling at Wembley! Germany and England look to become the penultimate team to advance to the quarterfinals of Euro 2020.
11:45 AMa month ago

Germany bets on playing collectively

Otherwise, Thomas Müller, one of Germany's top offensive players, mentioned that -instead of betting on individuals- their game will have to be collective, since that way they have a better chance of beating England.

"I think both teams are confident enough to say: 'It's our turn today. We're going to win and get through to the next round. That's what makes this so interesting. The decisive aspect will be to avoid conceding goals. We haven't managed to keep a clean sheet recently. We can only succeed if we function as a unit. We don't have individuals who stand out in the world of soccer. But we have a lot of players who understand that they can make an important contribution to the team".

11:40 AMa month ago

England stands out for its offensive zone

In addition, Phil Foden, one of England's top players, believes that they have a strong attack to be able to hurt Germany and any other team.

"I hope that in the game against Germany we can express ourselves. With the attackers we have we can do a lot of damage to them, so I hope we turn up. We are as good as anyone if we have the day. Obviously, I wasn't born when this whole rivalry was going on. We're a new team now and we want to create our own history. You can't dwell too much on what happened in the past. We're just going to focus on the game and create our own future".

11:35 AMa month ago

England: lineup!

It's done! These are the players who will start for England: Pickford, Walker, Maguirre, Stones, Trippier, Phillips, Rice, Shaw, Saka, Kane (C) and Sterling.

The starting formation presented by Gareth Southgate is similar to the German one, only that his attackers are even more open, to form a 3-4-3; by background, speed and vertical attack will be their best weapons.

11:30 AMa month ago

Germany: lineup!

It's defined! These are the selected players for the German national team: Neuer (C); Rudiger, Hummels, Ginter; Gosens, Kroos, Goretzka, Kimmich, Muller, Havertz and Werner.

In principle, everything indicates that Joachim Löw will start with a 3-4-2-1 formation; he will surely bet on ball possession.

11:25 AMa month ago

Germany is highly motivated to reach the round of 16

Meanwhile, Manuel Neuer - Germany's starting goalkeeper - assured that his national team is in high spirits to prove their quality and continue in the European tournament.

"I think the attitude is still the same, the motivation too, we are playing in a EURO. We started against very strong teams and we continue in the same line. We are going to play England at Wembley, which is very special for us Germans, and of course we are all very motivated. We will have to give everything and the small details will be decisive, we can't afford to make mistakes".

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11:20 AMa month ago

England, committed to their fans

On the other hand, Harry Kane - one of England's current top stars - assured that they will try to give their fans satisfaction in one of the most interesting matches of Euro 2020

"We'll be tested tomorrow night, and that's what it's all about. We can talk about the game all we want in the days leading up to it, but what it's all about is going out on the pitch and performing in front of millions of people. A lot of us have done it for clubs and a lot of the younger players in the team have done it for their club. So, yes, now it's about taking it to the international level and we'll do everything we can to try and win the game".

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11:15 AMa month ago

Germany, betting on concentration and perfection

For his part, Joachim Löw - Germany's technical director - confessed that they will have to be very attentive throughout the match, as these knockout rounds are often decided by their own mistakes.

"Matches at this level are often decided by very small details. The mistakes that are made, the chances that are converted, those are the kinds of things that are important, and, of course, also, how well the players deal with the nerves, they know that we either go forward or we go home".

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11:10 AMa month ago

England, one of the favorite teams and with the best quality.

Yesterday, in a press conference, prior to this match, Gareth Southgate -England's coach- made an analysis of how they have been performing in this Euro 2020.

"As a team we have looked very strong defensively, which in tournaments is an important factor. There's no hiding from that. Of course, we want to be a bit more fluid and we haven't been able to achieve that yet, but I think probably most teams in the tournament are feeling the same".

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11:05 AMa month ago

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11:00 AMa month ago

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10:55 AMa month ago

Key player of Germany

Toni Kroos: There is no doubt that the 31 year-old is Germany's driving force for the last few years; he is the one who initiates the plays, so his actions will be extremely important for his team to continue.

His remarkable technique and tactical intelligence make him one of the most important elements in the entire competition; as if that were not enough, he constantly steps into the offensive zone to help with final passes or shots from outside the box.

10:50 AMa month ago

Key player of England

Raheem Sterling: The 26-year-old winger has been England's most decisive player; the pair of goals he has accumulated have given his national team two victories.

In addition, his mobility and dribbling make him one of the most quality players in the English national team; therefore, he will be key to their aspirations to advance.

10:45 AMa month ago

Germany: last lineup

M. Neur; M. Ginter, M. Hummels, A. Rudiger, J. Kimich, I. Gundogan, T. Kroos, R. Gosens, K. Havertz, L. Sané and S. Gnabry.
10:40 AMa month ago

England: last lineup

J. Pickford; L. Shaw, H. Maguire, J. Stones, K. Walker, D. Rice, K. Philips, R. Sterling, J. Grealish, B. Saka and H. Kane.
10:35 AMa month ago

Who will be the referee and his assistants?

The center referee for this England vs. Germany match will be Danny Makkelie; Hessel Steegstra, first line; Jan de Vries, second assistant; Srdjan Jovanovic, fourth official; and Pol van Boekel, video assistant.
10:30 AMa month ago

Germany to confirm its potential

The team coached by Joachim Löw advanced to this stage after placing second in Group F of the tournament; they played against France, Portugal and Hungary.

They began the European Championship with a 1-0 defeat against France; later, with goals by Rubén Días, Raphael Guerrero, Kai Havertz and Robin Gosens, they defeated Portugal 4-2, and on the last matchday, with goals by Kai Havertz and León Goretzka, they dramatically drew 2-2 against Hungary.

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10:25 AMa month ago

England, looking to make the most of their home advantage

The national team led by Gareth Southgate topped Group D of Euro 2020, where they competed against Croatia, Czech Republic and Scotland.

In their debut, with a goal by Raheem Sterling, they defeated Croatia 1-0; then, on the second matchday, they drew 0-0 against Scotland, and finally, they closed the first round by defeating the Czech Republic 1-0 with a goal by Raheem Sterling.

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10:20 AMa month ago

England and Germany go for a place

This morning, in London, England and Germany will try to become the penultimate team to qualify for the quarterfinals of the competition.

The winner of this match will face the winner of the series between Sweden and Ukraine, which will be played later on Tuesday.

10:15 AMa month ago

UEFA Euro 2020 format

The competition was made up of 24 teams, which were grouped into six sectors, each with four members.

In the group stage, each team will play the three teams in its group in a single match; the first two places and the three best four teams of the tournament will advance to the round of 16.

Subsequently, the round of 16, quarterfinals, semifinals and final will continue to be played in a single match.

10:10 AMa month ago

The match will be played at the Wembley Stadium

The England vs Germany match will be played at the stadium Wembley, in London, England. The stadium has a capacity of 90,000 people.
10:05 AMa month ago

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