Robert Lewandowski and his poles will be watched as meticulously as the Spanish national team. The day before the clash between the two favorites in Group E, the spoilers could advance to the next round of the 16th round of the European Championships in Slovakia and Sweden. Friday with a win (3pm, MagentaTV) The Slovaks will continue in St. Petersburg.
Problem: The team around two Bundesliga experts Peter Beckrack and 1 to Ontraj Tuda from Hertha B.Sc. F.C. Coln never won against Sweden. In the view of the Scandinavians, it should remain so. “We have the players and the means to beat Slovakia,” midfielder Albin Ektol insisted, once with the Hamburger SV and now with Samptoria Genoa.
With the 0-0 win over Spain it is clear that the Swedes need to show more after their Catanacio kick, and do not believe AS Roma goalkeeper Robin Olsen has a better day. The Swedes ignored criticism over defensive alignment on Monday evening in hot and humid Seville. “People are allowed to criticize, they have to have their own opinion,” said captain Sebastian Larson: “We scored a point against Spain.”