Euro 2020 is still far from having delivered its verdict, despite the elimination of France on Monday against Switzerland.

The last shock of these round of 16, England-Germany, opens the ball of the day at 6 p.m. at Wembley.

Sweden and Ukraine will explain themselves in Glasgow (9 p.m.) to reach the quarter-finals.

The euphoria of Euro 2020 may have fallen back in France since the elimination of France on Monday night on penalties against Switzerland (3-3, 5-4 tab).

But the competition continues with the last posters of the round of 16.

England challenge Germany in their Wembley setting at 6 p.m. for the final shock of this stage of the competition.

One of these two great European nations will face Sweden or Ukraine in the quarter-finals, two underdog selections who will try to play spoilers.

They meet on Tuesday evening in Glasgow (9 p.m.) to try to extend the European adventure.

Information to remember:

  • France eliminated by Switzerland, Le Graët will discuss with Deschamps

  • England receives Germany for the last shock of the 8th

  • Sweden and Ukraine will try to invite themselves to the quarter-finals

The terrible elimination of the Blues against Switzerland

Certainly a cataclysm for all French supporters.

Didier Deschamps' team was prematurely withdrawn from Euro 2020 on Monday evening in the round of 16 against Switzerland, at the end of the penalty shootout (3-3, 5-4 tab).

After a game of anthology, marked by a constant emotional lift, it was PSG striker Kylian Mbappé who missed his face to face with Yann Sommer and sealed the historic victory of the Swiss.

In this match, tactical errors, defensive fragility, the absence of play punished the Blues of Didier Deschamps.

The president of the French Football Federation Noël Le Graët announced that he would "discuss" with the coach in the coming days, without saying whether this elimination of the France team compromises Deschamps' future on the bench of the Blues .

England-Germany, historic poster at Wembley

England and Germany meet at Wembley at 6 pm to play the penultimate round of 16 of Euro 2020. A poster associated with a case reminiscent of a legendary meeting.

The English had won their only World Cup in 1966 in London against the FRG (4-2 ap), in a legendary final.

But since then, the "Three Lions" have failed to win against their German rivals in a big competition.

The last clash between the two nations dates back to the 2010 World Cup, with a scathing 4-1 for the Mannschaft.

The hour of revenge has come for the English.


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Sweden and Ukraine, a place for two outsiders

Here are two nations which will seize their chance to achieve a very good course in this Euro 2020. Sweden and Ukraine face each other at the close of the round of 16 in Glasgow (9 pm) to invite themselves to the big table in quarter-finals. The Swedes led by their RB Leipzig playmaker Emil Forsberg challenge iconic coach Andriy Shevchenko's Ukraine. A game that promises to be open between two player selections. One of these outsiders will face England or Germany in the quarter-finals.