Things of destiny and football. London’s Wembley Stadium, the same stadium that will see the 2021 European Championship champion be crowned, will be the scene of the German-English duel, which could well be considered an early final of the tournament. If you do not want to miss details of this momentous meeting, we will tell you how to see Germany vs. England for the round of 16 of Euro 2021.
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Little effective in the opposite goal, but with a defensive solidity that his rivals would like well. England comes into the game after having won their series, thanks to victories over Croatia (1-0) and the Czech Republic (1-0) and a draw against Croatia (0-0).
The Germans, meanwhile, were located in the second position of the group of death … that now could well be called the cursed group: the other two classified, France – current world champion – and Portugal – last European champion – were eliminated in the quarterfinals final.
The performance of the Germans was irregular: a defeat against the French (0-1), a draw against Hungary (2-2) and a resounding victory over Portugal (4-2). A great offensive power, which is contrasted with the fact that they have conceded goals in all their games.
You must consider that all the matches in the knockout stages of Euro 2020 are defined the same way. If after 90 minutes of regulation time there is no winner, an extension of 30 minutes is disputed (divided into two 15-minute halves). If the tie persists, the winner is defined by penalties.
The match Germany vs. England will be played on June 29 at 9:00 pm local at the La Cartuja stadium in (Seville) and will be broadcast on the following cable channels and platforms streaming.
- Argentina (13.00 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 (12:00 pm PST / 3:00 pm EST): SiriusXM FC, ESPN, ABC, PrendeTV.
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 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).