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Thursday, July 07, 2016

Who will face PORTUGAL in EURO CUP 2016 Finals Between Germany and France

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Portugal entered in euro cup finals

GERMANY VS FRANCE MATCH PREVIEW SEMI-FINAL 2: EURO CUP 2016



The FIFA World Champion 2014 GERMANY entered in EURO CUP 2016 Semi-Finals. GERMANY beat ITALY in Quarter-finals in Penalty shootout with 6-5. In 120 minutes both ITALY and GERMANY has scored 1-1 goals. GERMANY is to face FRANCE in today's semi-finals match. 

FRANCE is in form and they are performing more better than GERMANY in EURO CUP 2016. After FRANCE beat ICELAND by 5-2 in Quarter-finals. Olivier Giroud Goal at 12th minute, Paul Pogba scored at 19th minute, Dimitri Payet scored at 43rd minute, Antonie Griezmann scored at 45th minute, at 56 th minute Kolbeinn Sigthorsson(ISL), 59th minute Olivier Giroud, at 84th minute Birkir Bjarnason scored(ISL).
 France have not been truly tested yet but neither have they breezed through a highly favourable draw. While their first-half annihilation of Iceland in the quarter-finals promised much, it was the first time they had scored before the interval. They are yet to fully impress in both halves of a game, which they will need to do against Germany.
France haven’t really faced a side of any great repute since they last met Germany two years ago, when they were knocked out the World Cup at the quarter-finals courtesy of a Mats Hummels header. Hummels, who is missing out through suspension, is one of a number of key absentees. By comparison, the return of N’Golo Kante and Adil Rami from their bans has left Deschamps with a full squad.


PORTUGAL Beat WALES in SEMI-FINAL 1

Cristiano Ronaldo became the “Dragon-slayer” as his record-equalling ninth European Championship goal helped power Portugal past Real Madrid teammate Gareth Bales’ Wales and into the Euro 2016 final. Ronaldo brilliantly rose above the Wales’ defence to score his country’s first goal in the 2-0 win in front of 50,000 fans in the Stade de Lyon on Wednesday. Nani deflected the Portugal hero’s shot for the decisive second goal that saw their country into Sunday’s final against tournament hosts France or world champions Germany.




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