Euro 2020: The English conquerors, Danish Superiority, And Schick Shines Again

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Euro Fantasy Picks

Czech Republic v Denmark: Kasper Dolberg continued his impressive form in the Knockout Stages and scored an impeccable goal. He could be a punt for the game against England as there are not many attackers left in the game, even though England has not conceded a single goal in the competition. He is priced at 7.2 million and owned 5% of the managers, and thus could be a prominent differential, although his expected goals are not as convincing as others. Joakim Maehle has been instrumental in Denmark’s attack as he has provided two goals and assisted one goal from that left flank. He is selected by 23% of the managers and thus is not a differential but is a vital asset for Denmark.


England v Ukraine: Luke Shaw’s revitalization under Ole Gunner Solskjaer has been beneficial for Gareth Southgate as well. Since he has made a comeback in the English side, he is one of first names on the team sheet as he has an xA of 0.8 per 90 minutes. One of the most crucial players in the midfield is Raheem Sterling, who has been very consistent since the start of the Euros. As there are not many options left in the tournament, Sterling has become an important player to keep, since he is owned by 41% of the managers. Another player that needs to be considered is Jordan Pickford, priced at 5.8 million, and owned by 27%. England has become the first team to keep five clean sheets from the start of a Euro Final Tournament, and thus Pickford would be the one to be targeted as a goalkeeper.

Semi-Final Preview

England v Denmark could be one of the most exciting games to look out for and will be catching all the eyes. The game looks very impressive, both the teams will try not to concede any loose goals, and the game could progress in a fiery extra time as both sides would be trying not to give any open opportunities to the opposition. Although England has been terrific defensively, no player, in particular, has come out on top. Gareth Southgate has thrown out a wall that has been too difficult for teams to penetrate.


Another thing to notice is that the team can defend in numbers and prefer to defend the spaces rather than making loads of tackles. Denmark would try to create chaos in front of the English goal as the players used by Denmark up top move the ball from one side of the pitch to the other very fast. The Danes are not as weak as people once thought, but their defense might need to be sorted out. England is the team that will most likely come out on top due to their quality. However, Denmark might become their worst fear as they can play with such intensity that the English side might not expect.

Social Media Moments Of The Day

Although Czech’s time at the Euros is over after their defeat to Denmark, Patrick Schick didn’t disappoint his lovers and scored yet another goal, tying Ronaldo for the most goals at the Euros 2020.

Denmark’s time at the Euros has been no less than a fairytale, and people have fallen in love with them as their pure passion and emotion for the game has been entertaining for the fans.


We were yet again able to witness the genuine love for the sport as Denmark progressed further into the Semi-Finals of the Euros for the first time in 29 years, which is the longest gap in semi appearances in the competition’s history.

Player Of The Day

Harry Kane has arrived at the perfect time for England at the Euros as he has finally found his scoring boots. He has made another historical record and proved his haters wrong by becoming the first English player to score twice for England in a knockout game.


Harry Kane also is the first English player to score twice in a Euro Final Tournament since Wayne Rooney, against Croatia in 2004.

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