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Welcome to this European Championship live blog on NU.nl.

My name is Sam Blom and I will keep you informed of all developments around the European Championship.

Lots of fun!



  • Results:

  • Hungary-France 1-1

  • Portugal-Germany 2-4

  • LIVE:

  • 21.00 o'clock:

  • Spain-Poland 1-1

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83 'What an opportunity for Morata to put Spain ahead again!

The maker of the 1-0 encounters Szczesny from close by, who throws himself in front of the ball at risk to life and limb.

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80 'A shot by Rodri from the edge of the penalty area ends up right in the hands of Szczesny.

In the meantime, Pau Torres receives the first yellow card for Spain after a somewhat too heavy aerial duel with Lewandowski.

In Poland, three players have already been given a yellow card.

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77 'Poland thinks there may be something more in it than a draw.

Frankowski, however, just fails to reach Lewandowski after a quick breakout.

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75 'Time is running out for Spain.

The team still has fifteen minutes to prevent this European Championship points from being lost in the second group match.

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68 'Spanish national coach Luis Enrique is also changing a lot.

Koke, Gerard Moreno and Dani Olmo have had to make way for Pablo Sarabia, Fabián Ruiz and Ferran Torres.

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A special moment for Kacper Kozlowski.

The Polish midfielder comes on as a substitute and is the youngest player ever to play at a European Championship at 17 years and 246 days.

He takes over the record from Englishman Jude Bellingham, who in turn dethroned this European Championship Jetro Willems.

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Lewandowski, who has scored 41 goals in the Bundesliga this season, also proves his class at the European Championship with this excellently placed header.

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58' Moreno misses!



Moreno hits the penalty on the post, after which Morata shoots wide from the rebound.

Spain also does not escape the trend this European Championship to miss penalties.

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57' Penalty Spain!



Jakub Moder steps on Gerard Moreno's foot.

The referee has missed it, but the VAR calls him to the screen, after which the ball still goes on the dot.

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54' GOAL Poland!

1-1



There's Robert Lewandowski!

The top striker of Bayern Munich, who missed a huge opportunity in the first half, makes it 1-1 with a placed header.

Although he gave Laporte a slight push, the Polish captain has forgotten that.

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46' Kick-off second half!



With two unchanged teams, the game has resumed in Seville.

Poland must do something about the deficit, otherwise the team will be eliminated after two group matches.

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For Álvaro Morata, the 1-0 against Poland was the fourth European Championship goal in his career.

That puts him on a par with David Villa.

Only Fernando Torres scored one more.

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REST: 1-0



Spain goes to the dressing room with a 1-0 lead and cannot complain about that.

The three-time European champion escaped on the stroke of half-time with a ball hit the post from Swiderski and a failed rebound from Lewandowki.

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42 'As easy as he scores for Bayern Munich, it is so difficult for Poland at major tournaments.

After a blast from Swiderski on the post, Lewandowski can use the rebound from close range, but he hits Spanish goalkeeper Unai Simón.

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34 'A good chance for Spain to double the lead.

Gerard Moreno aims from a free kick just wide.

On the other hand, Poland is also close to a hit.

Karol Swiderski shoots over after a fine cross by Robert Lewandowski.

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25' GOAL Spain!

1-0



With a little help from the VAR, Spain's first goal this European Championship is there.

A goal by Álvaro Morata is disallowed for offside, but the video referee still gives the green light.

It is centimeter work, as can be seen from the images.

That doesn't make the merrymaking in the stands any less.

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20 'Poland has taken the defensive positions and Spain does not know an answer to that so quickly.

Halfway through the first half, it is still waiting for the home country's first big chance.

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7 'The first chance is striking enough for Poland.

A long shot from Mateusz Klich, former player of PEC Zwolle and FC Twente, skims the top of the bar.

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4 'Spain makes the intentions immediately clear and looks for the attack.

On Monday against Sweden, the team of coach Luis Enrique had more than 80 percent of the ball, but it did not go further than 0-0.

The European champions of 1964, 2008 and 2012 will want to avoid a repeat of that scenario.

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1' Kick-off!



Today's late European Championship match between Spain and Poland has started!

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Joachim Löw saw Robin Gosens in particular play a very strong match.

"He was strong in his actions and dangerous towards the goal," says the German national coach about the midfielder, who also has a Dutch passport.

"Whether it was the game of his life? I don't know, hopefully he still has it in front of him."

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The match between Spain and Poland is about to start.

Currently, the national anthems are blaring through the Estadio La Cartuja in Seville.

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Müller: 'We showed something beautiful'


Thomas Müller is proud that Germany has recovered well from the defeat against France.

"The mood at our international matches is not so euphoric, but this time we have shown something beautiful", says the midfielder, who was brought back just before the European Championship.

"We created a lot more threat, especially offensively, from the first minute actually. We needed these three points very much and I can only say that we had every right to it this time."

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Sergio Busquets has recovered from a corona infection in Spain.

However, the captain of Spain is not yet in the match selection against Poland.

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From 9 p.m. we turn our attention to group E, because then Spain kicks off against Poland in Seville.

The Spaniards disappointed in the opening game with a 0-0 draw against Sweden, Poland choked on Slovakia.

In Spain there is room for both Gerard Moreno and Álvaro Morata during rush hour.

Here are the lineups:



Spain: 

Unai Simón;

M. Llorente, Laporte, Pau, Jordi Alba;

Rodri, Koke, Pedri;

Gerard Moreno, Alvaro Morata, Dani Olmo.



Poland:

 Szczesny;

Bereszynski, Glik, Bednarek;

Moder, Jozwiak, Puchacz;

Klich, Zielinski, Swiderski;

Lewandowski.

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That couldn't be missed.

Robin Gosens, who played in the Netherlands for FC Dordrecht, Vitesse and Heracles, has been named man of the match by UEFA.

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Group F standings:



1. France 2-4 (2-1)


2. Germany 2-3 (4-3)


3. Portugal 2-3 (5-4)


4. Hungary 2-1 (1-4)



Wednesday 9 pm:


Portugal-France (Budapest)


Germany-Hungary (Munich)

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Past!

Germany beats Portugal in spectacle: 2-4.



With a victory in a wonderful football fight in Munich, the Germans show that they still have to be taken into account.

Thanks in part to a goal and two assists (one with a Portuguese own goal) from star Robin Gosens, European champion Portugal is at times outclassed by the formation of national coach Joachim Löw.

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90 'Four minutes of extra time are added.

It seems an impossible task for Portugal to score two more times in that time frame.

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Despite a goal and an assist, it has been a frustrating evening for Cristiano Ronaldo.

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83 'Germany gets a sea of ​​space and that almost results in the fifth goal.

Leon Goretzka, however, overlooks his teammates who have gone along and blows over.

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79 'Portugal was almost completely back in the game.

Renato Sanches hits the post from the edge of the penalty area.

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At 22 years and 8 days, Kai Havertz is the youngest goalscorer ever for Germany at a European Championship.

Olaf Thon was at the 1988 European Championship when he scored against Denmark, a month older.

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67' GOAL Portugal!

2-4



Portugal is not yet resigned to a defeat.

After a free kick, Ronaldo just gets his toe against the ball, after which Diogo Jota can walk in the ball on the goal line.

With the first Portuguese goal, the roles were still reversed, as Jota then enabled Ronaldo to score with a handsome assist.

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Only for the second time in history do Portugal concede four goals in one match in a final tournament.

The last time that happened in 2014, also against Germany.

2 - In what is their 67th major tournament match (World Cup or Euros), Portugal have conceded four goals for only a second time - both against Germany (also at the 2014 World Cup).

Stunned.

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62 'The public in Munich is on the benches for Gosens, who is now being taken to the side.

Marcel Halstenberg of RB Leipzig is his replacement.

Germany will therefore probably play a little less offensively.

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60' GOAL Germany!

1-4



And now Gosens crowns a great match with a goal.

The midfielder towers above everything and everyone and heads flawlessly.

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Robin Gosens, also in possession of a Dutch passport, has been involved in all three German goals.

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51' GOAL Germany!

1-3



The plan to stop Gosens has already failed.

With a wonderful pass, the former player of Vitesse, FC Dordrecht and Heracles enables his teammate Havertz to sign for the third German goal from close by.

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Kick off second half!



One substitution at Portugal.

Renato Sanches takes the field for Bernardo Silva.

He will probably have to restrain Robin Gosens, who does get a lot of freedom.

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PEACE!



The players can catch their breath, because referee Anthony Taylor puts an end to an exciting first half.

Portugal scored three times, but still face a 2-1 deficit in Munich.

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It is already a unique European Championship match, because never before have multiple own goals been scored in one game at a European championship.

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39' The goal counts!

Germany has turned a deficit into a lead within four minutes!



And surprisingly, it is again an own goal.

Guerreiro has no way to go after a hard cross from Kimmich and unfortunately works the ball over his own goal line.

The question was whether Gosens was not offside in the run-up to the goal, but that turns out to be just not the case.

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38' GOAL Germany!

1-2



Germany scores again, or is it offside?

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