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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.

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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 championship on the pitch: Real Madrid player (this one!) Luka Modric. But beware, that the team led by Zlatko Dalic will not be able to count on its star forward, Ivan Perisic, who tested positive for COVID-19 a few days ago. Is it diminishing enough for Spain to prevail? We will see it very soon in the great game of the day: Croatia vs. Spain.

How and where to see Croatia vs. Spain

Will Morata redeem himself today in front of his usual critics? Marcelo Del Pozo – Pool / Getty Images

The match between Croatia vs. Spain will be played this June 28 at 6:00 pm local in the Copenhagen Parken Stadion, Denmark, and will be broadcast on the following cable channels and streaming.

  • Argentina (1.00 pm): TNT Sports, DIRECTV.
  • Chile (12.00 pm): TNT Sports, DIRECTV.
  • Colombia (11:00 am): WinSports, DIRECTV.
  • Mexico (11.00 am): Sky, Blue To Go Video Everywhere.
  • Spain (6.00 pm): TeleCinco Spain, Mitele Plus.
  • United States (9:00 am PST / 12:00 pm EST): SiriusXM FC, ESPN, ABC, PrendeTV.

Euro 2021: how it is disputed and some key facts

A total of 24 teams qualified for the final phase of Euro 2021, which is officially named UEFA Euro 2020. Fortunately for the fans, there was no notable absence at the national team level, as all the powers arrived: France, England, Spain, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands. After the group stage, the top 16 teams will meet in one-off knock-out matches leading up to the grand final, scheduled for July 11 at Wembley Stadium in London. UEFA Euro 2020 could also be the last European Championship for Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who came in as the competition’s top scorers. Behind them are retirees Robbie Keane (23), Jon Tomasson and Hakan Sükür (22), and Jan Koller (21).

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