Sport flash gate! Forsberg misses EM-record Near
EM 2021: Spain vs. Sweden: preliminary game at the EM 2021 today in the LiveTick
The Three-Fache European Champion Spain starts today with the game against Sweden in the tournament. The Spaniards hope for a better result after leaving in the 16th Final 2016 this year. But first you have to start well in the competition. You can follow the first group game day here. © Provided by Spox Alvaro Morata goes to Tore Hunt at the European Championship for Spain. Today, the preliminary round match takes place at the EM between Spain and Sweden. Here's the game in the live ticker.
Emil Forsberg has achieved the second oppressed gate in European Championship finals. The Swede meets against Poland already in the 2nd minute.
The Swede Emil Forsberg has achieved the second-opposed goal at European Championship finals. The striker of RB Leipzig arrived on Wednesday against Poland already after 81 seconds.
In this way, he sat down in the list of fastest EM gates in front of his club colleagues Yussuf Poulsen, who met on Thursday for Denmark against Belgium after 99 seconds.
The record continues to hold Dmitri Kiritschenko (Russia), which only needed for his goal in preliminary round match against Greece at the EM 2004 only 67 seconds. There has never been a hit in the first minute.
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The list of fastest goals at EM finals:
1. Dmitri Kiritschenko (Russia) 1:07 minutes (on June 20, 2004, in the preliminary round match against Greece)
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2. Emil Forsberg (Sweden) 1:21 seconds (on 23 , June 2021 in preliminary round match against Poland)
3. Yussuf Poulsen (Denmark) 1:39 minutes (on 17 June 2021 in the preliminary round match against Belgium)
4. Robert Lewandowski (Poland) 1:40 minutes (on 30 June 2016 in the Quarterfinals against Portugal)
5. Robbie Brady (Ireland) - 2:00 minutes (on June 26, 2016 in the second round of France against Ireland)
6. Sergej Aleinikow (USSR) - 2:07 minutes (on 18 June 1988 in the preliminary game England against the Soviet Union)
7. Petr Jiracek (Czech Republic) - 2:14 minutes on June 12, 2012 in preliminary round match against Greece)
Forget the GOAT, it's all about the WASP (Worst At Scoring Pens)!
A SIDEWAYS GLANCE AT THE EUROS - DANIEL MATTHEWS: Four of the six spot-kicks at Euro 2020 have been missed or saved. That's the same number as during the whole of Euro 2016.Thank the (footballing) gods then, that Euro 2020 has sparked a new battle for worldwide supremacy.
7. Alan Shearer (England) - 2:14 minutes on June 26, 1996 in the semi-finals Germany against England)
9. Michael Owen (England) - 2:25 minutes on June 24, 2004 in the quarterfinals England against Portugal)
10. Christo Stoitsch Kow (Bulgaria) - 2:27 minutes on June 13, 1996 in the preliminary round match against Romania)
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Zinchenko shows it all: Ukraine to Drama in the quarterfinals .
Ukraine qualifies as a final team for the quarterfinals of the EM. In an exciting game, the Eastern Europeans prevailed thanks to a last minute hit in the detention time of extension against Sweden with 2: 1. © Getty Images All times to be quiet: Oleksandr Zinchenko (Mi.) builds the 1-0, Mykola Shaparenko and Taras Stepanenko (re.) Hurrent.