The UEFA European Championships knockouts are here, so you can see who had qualified, as well as which teams would face one another.
The last 16 lineups for Euro 2020 have been set after 13 days and 35 matches of non-stop football. The final day of the group stage saw Portugal, Germany and Spain booked their spots in the knockout stages. Following a hard-fought 2-2 draw with France, Portugal qualified as one of the best third-place teams, for the second time in as many tournaments. With a 2-2 draw against Hungary, Germany managed to survive the last 16 stages. The teams in Group F fought it out until the 80th minute of their matches, which was the Group of Death this year.
In their last meeting with Slovakia, Spain thrashed Slovakia 5-0 as their manager Luis Enrique had said before the match. Viktor Claesson’s stoppage-time goal gave Sweden a last-gasp win over Poland and qualified them for the knockout round.
Here are the team who have qualified:
POINTS TABLE AFTER GROUP PHASE:
Group A – Italy (9 points, ), Wales (4, ), Switzerland (4, ), Turkey (0)
Group B – Belgium (9, through), Denmark (3, ), Finland (3), Russia (3)
Group C – Netherlands (9, ), Austria (6, ), Ukraine (3, ), North Macedonia (0)
Group D – England (7, ), Croatia (4, ), Czech Republic (4, ), Scotland (1)
Group E – Sweden (7, ), Spain (5, ), Slovakia (3), Poland (1)
Group F – France (5), Germany (4), Portugal (4), Hungary (2)
Croatia face Spain on Sunday, while Portugal plays Belgium in the first knockout round in Seville. At the Wembley Stadium, England will face Germany on Tuesday. France faces the Czech Republic, while the Netherlands face the Czech Republic.
WHEN ARE THE KNOCKOUT MATCHES?
Here is the schedule for pre-qualters for Euro 2020:
June 26, Saturday
Wales vs Denmark (9:30 pm, Amsterdam)
June 27, Sunday (IST)
Italy vs Austria (12:30 am, London)
Netherlands vs Czech Republic (9:30 pm, Budapest)
June 28, Monday (IST)
Belgium vs Portugal (12:30 am, Seville)
Croatia vs Spain (9:30 pm, Copenhagen)
June 29, Tuesday (IST)
France vs Switzerland (12:30 am, Bucharest)
England vs Germany (9:30 pm, London)
June 30, Wednesday (IST)
Sweden vs Ukraine (12:30 am, Glasgow)