Force Germany to rejoice in the draw, Switzerland’s small victory at Euro 2024

Force Germany to rejoice in the draw, Switzerland’s small victory at Euro 2024
Force Germany to rejoice in the draw, Switzerland’s small victory at Euro 2024

Published on June 23, 2024 at 11:42 p.m. / Modified on June 23, 2024 at 11:43 p.m.

Drawing against Germany at home and leaving the field disappointed and frustrated, that explains the performance of the Swiss team on Sunday evening in Frankfurt. During almost the entire match, the last of Group A of this Euro 2024, the Nati dominated the Mannschaft in the game and led in the score. Dan Ndoye opened the scoring and his personal tally for the national team just before the half-hour mark by cutting out a cross from Remo Freuler. Long without an idea, these Germans who tried their hand at attractive and technical football came out in added time with the always virtues, courage and energy, and a header from Niclas Füllkrug, center forward off the bench and probably from the 1980s.

We will probably wait a little bit before suggesting to the players that this draw ultimately does not change much. Winner, Switzerland would have finished first in its group and would have played its round of 16 on Saturday June 29 in Dortmund against the second in group C (England, Denmark or Slovenia). Second on goal difference (+2 against +6 to Germany), they will play their round of 16 on Saturday June 29 in Berlin against the second in group B, which will probably be Italy, or perhaps Croatia . Two teams that they have no reason to fear based on what we have seen since the start of this Euro.

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