European Cup 2020 round of 16: Portugal meets top-ranked Belgium | Euro2020 News
Portugal faces a severe test in order to keep the championship, while the Netherlands face the Czech Republic in the quarter-finals.
where is it: La Cartuja Stadium, Seville
When: Sunday, June 27
begin: 19:00 GMT
In the last 16 games of the 2020 European Cup, when the champions Portugal face the world-ranked Belgium team on Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo can monopolize this international scoring world record.
So far, Ronaldo has scored 5 goals in the game, tying the Iranian player Ali Day’s 109 goals. He is eager to get more help in Seville to help the team enter the four points. One final.
Portugal coach Fernando Santos lamented that his players have two days less rest time than Belgium, but said they will prepare for the challenge in the expected hot weather in southern Spain.
Belgium’s golden generation finally wants to win the championship after finishing third in the 2018 World Cup, and there is also a super striker in Serie A champion Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku.
Since he came to Inter Milan in 2019, his game seems to have improved to another level, and Jan Vertonghen is full of praise for the 28-year-old’s progress.
“I have known him since he was 16… the way he grew from a strong, agile kid to one of the best forwards in the world is one of the best things I have seen in my career,” defender Weil Tongheng said reporters.
Both teams will reach the final with Italy at Wembley on July 11. Italy squeezed through Austria on Saturday. If they surpass the last 16 rounds, the world champions France or Spain will be in the next two rounds. Become an opponent in the game.
The goal of the Dutch is to “win it”
where is it: Budapest Puskas Arena
When: Sunday, June 27
begin: 16:00 GMT
At the same time, the Dutch coach Frank de Boer’s goal is to win the entire game because his gorgeous “Oranje” played in Puska, Budapest in the round of 16 early on Sunday. Arena vs. Czech Republic.
The Dutch roamed in Group C, won all three games in Amsterdam and scored 8 goals in the process. De Boer said without shyness that his goal was to enter and win the Wembley final.
“Our goal is not only to reach the finals, but to win the finals. This is our goal, then this game will be a success for us,” De Boer said before the conflict in Budapest.
“You won’t easily become a European champion, but I think we have the ability to do it.”
After the midfielder suffered an unexplained impact during Friday’s training session, the Czech team may not have captain Vladimir Darida (Vladimir Darida).
The Czechs also had to deal with the delay of the flight to Budapest due to a technical failure of the door, which forced them to train in Prague on Saturday and then fly to Hungary to participate in Sunday’s game at the Puskas Arena.