Sunday, July 25

Euro 2020

England, England Football, Euro 2020, Politics, UK Weekend, World Cup

UK ministers were told not to use the phrase’it’s coming home’ ahead of the Euros final because it annoys other countries

UK government ministers were told not to use the phrase "it's coming home" ahead of the Euros final, Politics Home reported. A leaked memo from the department for digital, culture, media, and sport said the phrase annoys other countries. England is playing Italy in the final of the tournament on Sunday evening. See more stories on Insider's business page. UK government ministers have been told to avoid using the phrase "it's coming home" when they are discussing the England football team because it irritates other countries, Politics Home reported.A leaked memo sent by the department for digital, culture, media, and sport said the ...
Deportes, Euro 2020, fútbol, inteligencia artificial

An AI predicts the winner of Euro 2020 | Digital Trends Spanish

Euro 2020 reaches its final stage and, as of this writing, there are still four teams in competition to play in the semi-finals. We might think that everyone has an equal chance of winning the title, but according to a prediction model based on artificial intelligence (AI), there is a team that has a greater chance of winning. The analysis was carried out by the portal The Analyst with a model that simulated the remainder of the tournament 40,000 times. And the result of those simulations indicates that Italy has a 39.3 percent chance of winning the tournament. In second place is England, with a 29.4 percent chance. In third place is Spain, with 23 percent and Denmark closes the list, with a much lower 8.4 percent. The Danish Joakim Maehle celebrates after scoring the third goal over...
Coracia, Deportes, Entretenimiento, España, Euro 2020

Euro 2021: how and where to watch Croatia vs. Spain | Digital Trends Spanish

Luis Enrique's Spain is still not convincing. Yes: they thrashed Slovakia in their last game, but it seems that a large part of the Iberian press and fans are still stinging the fact that the Asturian coach has not summoned any Real Madrid player to the European event. To make matters worse, Álvaro Morata - a "merengue" player from the lower ranks, and today at Juventus - fails sung chances, and has not been the benchmark in attack that was expected. Will this be the rematch match? Luis Enrique kept a few mouths after the exhibition against Slovakia; now may be Morata's time. You will be interested in: But beware, what Spain has in front of it is a very tough nut to crack. Neither more nor less than the world runner-up, Croatia, which has one of the players in the best form of the...