The Swiss, who surprised by taking out the Blues on penalties on Monday night, will face Spain in the quarterfinals on Friday in the quarter-finals, winner of Croatia (5-3 after). In the other posters of the quarter-finals: Italy-Belgium and Denmark-Czech Republic. A meeting remains to be determined.
After the thunderclap of the elimination of the Blues from the round of 16 (3-3 ap, 4-5 in the tabs), the table of the quarter-finals of the Euro becomes clearer. The Swiss, who therefore took out the French on penalties this Monday evening, will meet the Spaniards in the quarter-finals on Friday (6 p.m.), in Saint Petersburg.
La Roja won against Croatia earlier on Monday (5-3 ap). Even though they dominated the game, Luis Enrique’s players were pushed into overtime by Croats who managed an incredible comeback.
The winner of the meeting between Switzerland and Spain will find that of Belgium-Italy (Friday, 9 p.m.). Will the Red Devils be diminished? Kevin De Bruyne was hit in the left ankle against Portugal (1-0) and had to leave at the start of the second half against Portugal. At the end of the meeting, Eden Hazard complained about his thigh.
In the other part of the table, a surprise poster between Denmark and the Czech Republic who will play for a place in the semi-finals on Saturday (6 p.m.). The Czechs once again caused a sensation by leaving the Dutch (2-0). The Danes have eliminated Wales in the previous round (4-0).
While waiting for the start of the quarter-finals, the end of the round of 16 is scheduled for Tuesday. The English face Germany (6 p.m.) then Sweden will face Ukraine (9 p.m.). The winners of the two matches will meet in the quarter-finals (Saturday, 9 p.m.).
- Italy-Belgium, Friday July 2 (9 p.m.) in Munich
- Denmark-Czech Republic, Saturday July 3 (6 p.m.) in Baku
- Spain-Switzerland, Friday July 2 (6 p.m.) in Saint Petersburg
The quarter-final which remains to be determined:
- England or Germany – Sweden or Ukraine, Saturday July 3 (9 p.m.) in Rome
The potential semi-finals:
- Italy or Belgium – Spain or Switzerland, Tuesday July 6 (9 p.m.)
- Denmark or Czech Republic – England or Germany or Sweden or Ukraine, Wednesday July 7 (9 p.m.)
The Euro final will take place at Wembley (London) on Sunday 11 July (9 p.m.).