Saturday, July 24, 2021

EURO Cup 2020: Germany thrash Portugal 4-2 in Munich; Italy to clash with Wales tonight

In Euro Cup Football, Germany thrashed Portugal 4-2 in the Group F encounter as Kai Havertz and Robin Gosens scored goals at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany last night. In Group F, Germany is now at the second spot with three points from two games while Portugal is at the third spot with three points from as many games.

Germany will next take on Hungary in the tournament while defending champions Portugal will lock horns against 2018 FIFA World Cup winners France.

Tonight, Italy will play against Wales, while Switzerland will take on Turkey in Group A matches at 9:30 tonight.

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