The results observed in Pool D of the Euro on Tuesday have somewhat decanted the situation for the knockout stages.
Already qualified for the knockout stages of the Euro, Blues still have everything to do, Wednesday facing the Portugal, to save yourself a tricky second-phase entry game. After the victories of theEngland and some Croatia on the Czech Republic (1-0) and Scotland (3-1), respectively, this Tuesday evening, it is certain that the men of Didier Deschamps will face the English at Wembley (Tuesday June 29 at 6 p.m.) if they finished second in group F.
If the world champions dominate the companions of CR7 in Budapest, they will undoubtedly finish first in their group and will in fact move towards an eighth against the third in group A or third in group C. Namely Switzerland or the ‘Ukraine – with a higher probability for the Nati – for a meeting scheduled for Monday June 28 at 9 p.m. in Bucharest.
Watch out for Belgium!
Third scenario for France: the disaster scenario and a third place in pool synonymous with eighth strong to assume in front of the Belgium where the Netherlands, that is to say the leaders of groups B and C. If the Red Devils were to win the cup, the confrontation would take place in Seville on Sunday June 27 at 9 pm. If it was the Dutch, an appointment would be made the same day, in Budapest, but at 6 p.m.
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