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  • Postponed for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Euro “2020” is living its fourth day of competition.

  • Three games on the program this Monday.

    Scotland v Czech Republic in Glasgow (3 p.m.), Poland v Slovakia in St. Petersburg (6 p.m.), Spain v Sweden in Seville (9 p.m.).

  • D-1 before the debut of the France team against Germany on Tuesday evening in Munich.

9:05 am: “I cannot speak of tension”, Didier Deschamps plays down the little quarrel between Giroud and Mbappé.

The coach of the French team, Didier Deschamps returned to the quarrel between Giroud and Mbappé in an interview given to the team on Monday.

“Honestly, internally, I cannot speak of tensions because this is not the case,” said Didier Deschamps.

Mbappé had admitted Sunday to have been "a little affected" by the words of Olivier Giroud, and that he would have preferred that he come directly to speak to him about it.

Didier Deschamps does not fear any tensions following this episode.

“Everyone got back in the saddle on Thursday,” he says.

All are working in the same direction, with the same objective.

On the pitch, they have the same jersey and I know they will all make the effort for the others ”.



Welcome to this live to follow the news of this fourth day of the Euro with the entry into contention of Spain, this Monday evening at 9 p.m. against Sweden.

A Spanish team with surreal preparation disturbed by Sergio Busquets' positive Covid test.

To be patient, Scotland faces the Czech Republic at 3 p.m., before Lewandowski's big debut with Poland, against Slovakia, at 6 p.m.

Sunday, Kylian Mbappé returned to a press conference on the controversy with Olivier Giroud, explaining that he had been "a little affected" by the words of the second top scorer of the France team.

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