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England possible DFB-EM opponent after victory over the Czech Republic

by archysport

England rules the world – but only in club football with the rich Premier League as a globally attractive anchorage. England, however, do not set any standards when it comes to the question of the best national teams in the world. A title at the home World Cup in 1966, that was all that stuck in the collective memory of the global football audience.

As is so often the case on similar occasions, the English were strongest before one of the big tournaments began. This was also the case before the pan-European championship this year, when Albion’s first selection was one of the first title candidates. When the four-week game marathon kicked off, however, only gray mediocrity was revealed when the Englishmen, who had been stressed over a long season, were challenged.

An inconspicuous 1-0 victory over Croatia, the aged World Cup runner-up from 2018, and an unsightly 0-0 in the Battle of Britain against northern neighbor Scotland were before the third Group D game before it was at home against the how England already qualified for the round of 16 with the same point selection of the Czech Republic in London’s Wembley Stadium for group victory.

Classic England versus Germany?

The minimalists from London and Manchester reached this interim goal on Tuesday evening after a 1-0 win thanks to Raheem Sterling’s goal (12th minute). The next step in the round of 16, again at Wembley Stadium, could be the current edition of the 1966 final and the 1996 European Championship semi-final: This Wednesday evening (9 p.m. in the FAZ live ticker for the football match is the team of national coach Joachim Löw EM, on ZDF and MagentaTV) Second place in Group F after their game against Hungary, it would come to the classic England against Germany next Tuesday. “That’s the way it is in football. If you want to win something, you have to be able to beat anyone, ”said Sterling.

The young team of coach Gareth Southgate Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell from Champions League winner Chelsea were missing out on the plan to finally spoil their own fans with a strong performance because they were around 25 minutes after the British summit last Friday long conversed with their Scottish clubmate Billy Gilmour, who later tested positive for Corona.


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