the English and Danes cannot do it

the English and Danes cannot do it
the English and Danes cannot do it


Changes for England and Slovenia

Stankovic et Celar remplacent Sporar et Mlakar

Alexander-Arnold remplace Trippier.


Serbia is growing! (0-0, 83rd)

Mitrovic and Serbia try to force the decision. The attacker signals a header that goes wide, then a dive into the area after contact with a Dane. Mr. Letexier says nothing.


We get bored in the second half!

Nothing happens at the two stadiums.


Yellow card for Foden

Manchester City winger is booked after protest.


Change for Slovenia!

Sesko replaced by Ilicic.


Changes for Serbia (0-0, 70th)

Vlahovic remplace Illic, Mladenovic remplace Mijailovic


Yellow card for Bijol

The central defender belts Kane as he goes for goal.


Change for England (0-0, 70th)


Yellow card for Marc Guéhi (0-0, 68th)

The English defender pulled Sporar’s jersey which was heading towards Pickford’s cage.


The first Slovenian strike of the second half (0-0, 63rd)

Cerin tries his luck from the left from 30 meters, but his attempt slips away and goes far from Pickford’s cages.


Point change between Denmark and Serbia

Jovic remplace Gudelj, Tadic remplace Samardzic.

Skov Olsen replaces Wind.


England close to opening the scoring (0-0, 58th)

From a free kick, John Stones heads his header but it is saved by the Slovenian defense on the line. Then, Saka’s acrobatic attempt is sanctioned by Mr. Turpin.


Goal denied for Serbia! (0-0, 54th)

After a through ball for Mitrovic, the striker straightens the ball in the area and finds Andersen who scores against his side. But the Serbian striker was offside.


England are sluggish offensively! (0-0, 53rd)

Between the lack of technical quality and the intentions which lack clarity, Gareth Southgate’s English are very disappointing.


The English lay siege to the Slovenian area (0-0, 49th)

The offensives accumulate in Jan Oblak’s area. But the Atletico goalkeeper has not really been called upon since the start of the match.


It’s also split between Denmark and Serbia

The Serbs are currently eliminated.


It’s back to England and Slovenia

First change at the break. Mainoo replaces Gallagher.


The current situation in Group C

  1. England (5pts)
  2. Slovenia (3pts)
  3. Danemark (3pts)
  4. Serbia (2pts)


It’s half-time on both pitches!

A goalless draw in both matches. The four teams are not showing their best face.


Kane and Gallagher close to scoring (0-0, 40th)

The center of Trippier is leaky. He passes behind the Slovenian defense, but Gallagher then Kane almost cuts him off. Great English opportunity.


The beautiful Holjund shed! (0-0, 38th)

The Danish striker from Manchester United receives a ball in the area from the right. He sees Jonas Wind, alone in the background and serves him. The Danish number 19 sends the ball into the stands.


The Slovenes are showing up! (0-0, 36th)

Matjaz Kek’s players are formidable and have held the ball well for several minutes. Karnicnik succeeds in crossing from his right side, but it does nothing.


Foden’s free kick! (0-0, 34th)

The Manchester City player tries his hand at 30 meters. His ball, which was heading towards the top corner, found Oblak’s gloves. The Slovenian goalkeeper had a good match.


Ramus Hojlund ! (0-0, 31e)

The Danish striker’s low left shot found the gloves of the Serbian goalkeeper who made an excellent start to the match.


The first English strike on target (0-0, 30th)

Harry Kane tries his luck from the edge of the area, but his attempt, halfway up, is too central for Oblak.


Carton jaune pour Wind (0-0, 28e)

The Danish striker is booked after a sole on Pavlovic.


Yellow card for Janza (0-0, 25th)

The Slovenian left-back is booked after a foul on Saka. The Arsenal player was belted.


Denmark is pushing! (0-0, 23rd)

The Danish attacking midfielder hits his corner which goes out of bounds but which returns with a curved effect. He finds Holjund on reception, who places the ball in the back, but the referee gives six meters for Serbia who can clear.


Eriksen! (0-0, 22nd)

The Danish number 10 shows up for the first time in the match, attempting a nice curling shot, but Rajkovic watches over and puts the ball for a corner.


Saka opens the scoring… but goal refused (0-0, 20th)

On a beautiful collective movement between Trippier, Bellingham and Foden, the latter serves Saka alone in front of goal. The Arsenal log scores, but Foden has been flagged offside.


Yellow card for Trippier

The English full-back is booked after a foul on Karnicnik.


Denmark close to going ahead (0-0, 17th)

At the same time, on a cross from Maehle, Alexander Bah hits the ball with his head and he is close to scoring but his ball hits Rajkovic who saves his team.


Sporar close to opening the score (0-0, 17th)

On a Slovenian cross, the attacker is close to being able to head back, but he is slightly too short.


First English movement! (0-0, 10th)

Launched deep, Foden serves Saka at the far post, but the English winger slips and cannot recover the ball. First interesting move on the English side. Foden was finally flagged offside.


Yellow card for Milenkovic

First warning for Serbia after Milenkovic fouls Holjund


The English and Danes keep the ball (0-0, 3rd)

In their respective matches, the English and Danes want to control the ball at the start of the match. Watch out for the English who suffer the first strike of the match: a header from Sesko. Too soft to worry Pickford.


Let’s go on both lawns!

England faces Slovenia in Cologne. Denmark and Serbia face each other in Munich. Who will finish at the top of group C?


Two French referees this evening

Clément Turpin and François Letexier have been appointed by UEFA to be the central referees for the England – Slovenia and Denmark – Serbia matches (9 p.m.), the last two matches in Group C.

Clément Turpin (left) and François Letexier (right).
REUTERS / Kai Pfaffenbach / Proshots / Panoramic / Niels Boersema


Player to watch: Jude Bellingham (England)

During this Euro, the English number 10 knew he was eagerly awaited and responded on the first day by giving the Three Lions victory against Serbia (1-0). Added to this is the man of the match trophy. A few days later, he showed a little more difficulty against Denmark (1-1) – like his entire team -. Competitive and professional, the young nugget will want to regain the spotlight against Slovenia and contribute to the qualification of her team. As a bonus, first place to be secured.


Denmark-Serbia: the return to favor of Christian Eriksen after the frightening scene of 2021

This Tuesday, the midfielder should once again wear the captain’s armband for his selection which plays its qualification against Serbia (9 p.m.).

Denmark-Serbia: the return to favor of Christian Eriksen after the frightening scene of 2021


The outcome of the Blues group

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Novak Djokovic present for Denmark-Serbia


The point in group C

  1. England (4 pts)
  2. Danemark (2pts)
  3. Slovenia (2pts)
  4. Serbia (1pt)


Denmark-Serbia lineups

Serbia: Rajkovic – Veljkovic, Milenkovic, Pavlovic – Mijailovic, Ilic, Gudelj, Zivkovic- Samardzic, Lukic – Mitrovic

Denmark: Schmeichel – Andersen, Christensen, Vestergaard – Bah, Hjulmand, Hojbjerg, Maehle – Eriksen – Wind, Hojlund


England XI with Kane and Bellingham, Slovenia with Sesko

England : Pickford – Walker, Stones, Guéhi, Trippier – Rice, Gallagher, Bellingham – Saka, Kane , Foden.

Slovenia: Oblak – Karničnik, Drkušić, Bijol, Janža – Stojanović, Elšnik, Gnezda Čerin, Mlakar – Šporar, Šeško.


The live from this end of group C is here!

Welcome to this duplex with the end of Group C. On the program: England-Slovenia in Cologne and Denmark-Serbia in Munich. Kick-off for both matches: 9 p.m.

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