France was out in a penalty shootout, England was assembled against Germany, Belgium defeated Portugal to establish an Italian conflict
Good morning European fans
Last night, the world champion France lost to Switzerland in a penalty shootout and was eliminated from the European Cup.
The French team led 3-1 with 10 minutes left in the game, and they conceded twice.
Overtime ended 3-3. After Kylian Mbappe missed the decisive penalty, the Swiss finally won 5-4 in the penalty shootout.
Switzerland will now face Spain in the quarter-finals, who defeated Croatia 5-3 after losing two late goals, dragging the game into overtime.
But the quick double play of Alvaro Morata and Mikel Oyazabal ensured that their team booked a flight to St. Petersburg for Friday’s game.
Elsewhere, England star Kyle Walker is shooting Manchester City teammate Ilkay Gundogan and Chelsea’s German team.
With Gareth Southgate hoping to enter the quarter, the ace will line up in a five-man defense tonight.
Walker said: “When you meet these world-class players, it will give you some knowledge you need.
“Obviously, I played with Gondo at Manchester City, so I know what he meant. I know what his strengths and weaknesses are.
“I have played against many of them many times in the Champions League final, so I hope we can go to be proud of this country.”
England may also face a situation where the German team lacks three key players.
Joachim Low revealed that Gundogan, Antonio Rudiger and Robin Gosens expressed doubts about the critical conflict at Wembley.
Finally, Belgium may not have star players Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard in the quarter-finals of the 2020 European Cup with Italy.
In the Red Devils victory over Portugal on Sunday night, the 30-year-old players suffered ankle and hamstring injuries.