Sports Tops / Flops Croatia-Czech Republic: Schick recurrence, Croatia still well chest

23:18  18 june  2021
23:18  18 june  2021 Source:   lefigaro.fr

Canada vs. Czech Republic: CanWNT can't break through in 0-0 draw in Spain

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Patrik Shick a ouvert le score face à une équipe de Croatie bien mal embarquée dans l'Euro. © Panoramic Patrik Shick has opened the score against a well-embarked Croatian team in the euro. Tops

Patrik Schick takes care of all

after a thundering lined against Scotland in opening (2-0) , the pretender for the title of more beautiful purpose of the euro is also as the best scorer With a third goal in the competition in this Hampden Park he has elected as a garden. Scorer on a penalty (38th) that he himself had caused Dejan Lovren's bad gesture, recalled by the patrol to Var, Patrik Schick remains the only scorer of his team in this euro. By applying a little more about frank before the break (45E + 2), he could have given a more substantial advantage to his. Mobility Devil, Leverkusen's longiligne striker (1.87 m) is also a poison of the head (60th) and concentrates the attention of a defense that inevitably left spaces to its partners. Released annoyed to fifteen minutes of the term, because he knows it crosses a fast period.

Schick scores long goal, Czechs beat Scotland at Euro 2020

  Schick scores long goal, Czechs beat Scotland at Euro 2020 GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — Patrik Schick scored both goals for the Czech Republic on Monday in a 2-0 victory over Scotland at the European Championship. His second goal will be talked about for years to come. Scotland lost possession when a shot toward the Czech goal was blocked and the ball fell to Schick. The Bayer Leverkusen forward looked up and spotted opposing goalkeeper David Marshall way off his line before hitting a long, curling shot that bounced into goal. Marshall gave chase, but he could only watch the ball sail into the goal before he ended up tangled in net. “I took a look (at the goalkeeper) to see where he was standing and he was pretty high," Schick said.

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It is one of the sure values ​​of Croatia. Starting right at the beginning of the match to make room for Josip Brekalo, the left winger of Inter Milan has regained his favorite side on the return of the locker rooms to fly ... in two minutes! After having mystified Vladimir Coufal, Ivan Perisic sent a heavy stroll in the small net of a helpless Tomas Vaclik, to register a new goal against the Czech Republic at the euro. The 29th goal in selection of the eternal perisic (103 capes), scorer during the last four major competitions.


A Croatia with a thousand leagues of 2018

Croatia, England Scotland, ISAK: Five Reasons to follow Euro 2020 This Friday

 Croatia, England Scotland, ISAK: Five Reasons to follow Euro 2020 This Friday © Andy Rain / Panoramic Harry Kane will be very expected this Friday the second day of the group phase of Euro 2020 continues With three beautiful posters on the program. The stakes will be important this Friday with Croatia and Scotland, who will not have the right to error, respectively against the Czech Republic and England, after their defeat during their first game. We give you five reasons to put you in front of your screen.

This is one of the small surprises of this beginning of euro. Croatia is not (really) not at best. With a small point in the meter, the balance sheet is unworthy of the last finalist of the World Cup. Above all, the Vatreni seem devoid of idea and dependent on a magic pass of Luka Modric. Only if the captain remains the hub of his team (74 balloons, Croatian side), his mobility contrasts with that of his partners. Yet adroit on arrested phase, the 2018 gold balloon abused poorly felt combinations this Friday. A small symptomatic game of a Croatia at the complete stop. And at the edge of the precipice before going to defy at home a Scotland who will have everything to win Tuesday.

A well-dull atmosphere

The gray sky over Glasgow did not invite the party at the beginning of the game. And the Olympian calm in the sparse forums of Hampden Park did not mitigate the feeling of a meeting and a well-dull atmosphere, at which Mr. Del Cerro Grande did not even wish to go, since he Whistled thirty seconds before the end. If the idea of ​​a football party in several European countries has strong arguments, it is a challenge in a period marked by the displacement restrictions. Like Hampden Park, who should find his audience on Tuesday against during Scotland-Croatia, or St. Petersburg with Sweden-Slovakia (1-0) earlier in the day, the stands are almost empty Spectators and gauges, although already charmed by the authorities, are not even affected. We will console yourself keeping in mind that the euro does not happen better than the Copa America, played in camera in a country where the pandemic makes catastrophic damage.

Morata scores as Spain beats Croatia 5-3 in extra time .
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Spain first gifted Croatia a bizarre own-goal, then threw away a late 3-1 lead. Alvaro Morata made sure it didn't matter in the end. Morata and Mikel Oyarzabal scored in extra time Monday to give Spain a 5-3 win over Croatia and a place in the European Championship quarterfinals after a wildly entertaining see-saw match at Parken Stadium. "I’ve lived through really intense matches as a player and manager but this one genuinely had a bit of everything,” Spain coach Luis Enrique said.

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