Patrick Schick’s unbelievable goal and Slovakia’s upset of Poland on Monday mean Euro 2020 is now truly alive and kicking.
But not all of the groups have got under way yet — with the toughest one of them all kicking off this evening in style.
We have previews, flashbacks and all the latest transfer news right here on LiveScore.
The group of death
Group F has long been anointed as Euro 2020s hardest and it is the final group to get started in the tournament.
We have previewed both of the opening games, starting with European Championship holders Portugal’s clash with Hungary in Budapest.
After that it’s the first heavyweight clash of the competition as Germany face World Champions France at the Allianz Stadium in Munich.
Our Euro Flashback series continues as we remember some of the greatest games from previous tournaments.
Today we turn the time machine back to 2004, when Greece shocked the continent to lift the trophy in Portugal with victory over the hosts in the final.
But it was right at the start of that summer when the surprises truly begun, as the Greeks beat the Portuguese 2-1 in the opening game — setting the tone for the weeks ahead in the process.
Eye-catching performances in summer tournaments often lead to big-money moves and we’ll be keeping you up to date with all the latest rumours.
Our Euro 2020 transfer talk is published seven days a week with the gossip involving the players involved each respective day’s games.
On top of that, our regular Transfer Talk column brings you all the big news from the club game across the globe.
Before you go
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