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Euro 2021. Covid cases increase in Saint Petersburg that must soon accommodate matches
© EPA-EFE La Gazprom Arena de Saint-Petersburg. Saint-Petersburg, which must welcome several matches of the euro, sees the contaminations of COVID-19 intensify for several days in the city. The authorities are reassuring and speak of a cyclic phenomenon of the virus. The contaminations at COVID-19 intensify in St. Petersburg a few days before the reception of games of Euro-2020 , local authorities ensuring that it is a phenomenon "cyclical" while putting additional beds available.
The first match of the France team for Euro 2020 took place on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 against Germany. Only, shortly before the kickoff, a big incident failed to happen ...
The opening ceremony of the euro 2020 took place on Friday, June 11, 2021. And. And the Blues were finally imposed thanks to the purpose of the German German player against his camp. A gesture that had a lot of fun Internet users . "Except that! Gift from the sky", "But we still take it", "Pogba's pass was so beautiful Mats Hummels had to put the ball to the bottom for the beauty of the gesture", "Then hummels we play in a team of France ?" , "Note that in 2014 Mats Hummels marked for Germany against France today it marks for France against its camp," can we read on Twitter.
China is Em-interested
in the opening match of the Euro 2020 meet Turkey and Italy in Rome. But does the tournament interest people in the middle of the Corona pandemic? Statista and Sportfive have asked and the result is clear. And not only in Europe. 87 percent of Chinese surveyed: inside say that they are interested in the European Championship a bit (45 percent) or very (42 percent). With the "very interested", Germany is 53 percent in front. Similar many are in France how the view of the graph shows.
Only,. The journalist Max Merrill captured in video a pretty unlikely scene. An Activist of the Greenpeace Ecologist Association, flew over the Munich Stadium in an ULM (Motorized Ultra-Light Glider). The pilot flew over the Lawn of Allianz Arena with written on his sail "Kick Out Oil" ("Outside Oil", in English). Only, it has been unbalanced by clashing a cable. He started falling by grazing the stands and finally landing on the stage lawn. According to a journalist from Figaro present on site, two people were slightly injured, a M6 technician and a UEFA official. He would have been helped by the referee and two players from the German team according to the Special Middle Free Envoy.
EURO 2020 TV program: at what hours and on what channels follow England / Croatia, Austria / North Macedonia and Netherlands / Ukraine?
© PA Pictures / Icon Sport EURO 2020 TV program: at what hours and on what channels follow England / Croatia, Austria / North Macedonia and Netherlands / Ukraine? This first Sunday of competition sees the entrance to England (group d) and the Netherlands (group C), two of the favorites of this euro 2020. with 3 meetings, it is again a day Well loaded that we propose the Euro on this first Sunday of competition.
Two people would be injured
"I can not believe I just capturing this video. A parachute in the stadium was caught in the cables and failed to crash on the crowd. I hope it's fine! " , wrote Max Merrill on Twitter by sharing the video. "I spoke to the lighting team. None of their employees were injured but the parachutist returned to contact. I heard that a woman was neat and, but both are not confirmed. " , he continued.
can not believe i just caught this on video. Parachuted Into The Stadium, Got Caught in the Spider Cam and Nearly Crashed Into The Crowd. Hope He's OK!- max merrill (@Maxmerrill_)
Euro 2021: Munich wants a LGBT color stage for the reception of Hungary against Germany .
Germany faces Wednesday Hungary for its last game of chickens in this euro. © Provided by FranceInfo The City of Munich will ask UEFA permission to illuminate its Rainbow Stage in the LGBT community Wednesday, June 23 for the euro match against Hungary (21h00 ), in protest against a law deemed discriminatory voted this week by the majority of Prime Minister Viktor Orban.