Sony Ten 2, Sony Ten 3, Sony Six And Sony Ten 4 Showing UEFA EURO 2020 Round of 16
UEFA EURO 2020, The tournament saw some exciting matches in the group stages and witnessed a total of 16 teams qualify for the next leg of the tournament. The 16 teams qualified are Wales, Denmark, Italy, Austria, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Belgium, Portugal, Croatia, Spain, France, Switzerland, England, Germany, Sweden and Ukraine.
|26 June||09.30 P:M||Wales Vs Denmark||SONY TEN 2, SONY TEN 3, SONY SIX and SONY TEN 4|
|27 June||12.30 A:M||Italy Vs Austria|
|27 June||09.30 P:M||Netherlands Vs Czech Republic|
|28 June||12.30 A:M||Belgium Vs Portugal|
|28 June||09:30 P:M||Croatia Vs Spain|
|29 June||12.30 A:M||France Vs Switzerland|
|29 June||09:30 P:M||England Vs Germany|
|30 June||12.30 A:M||Sweden Vs Ukraine|
Belgium vs Portugal 28th June 2021 at 12.30 A.M
Belgium and Portugal face off on Sunday evening in one of the most anticipated Euro 2020 last-16 ties. The world’s top-ranked side looked worthy of that title during a perfect group stage run, with Romelu Lukaku in fine form with three goals.
Croatia Vs Spain 28th June 2021 at 9.30 P.M – The next clash that makes to the list is the upcoming nail-biter between Croatia and Spain to be held in Copenhagen. While Croatia has its fans hooked with one of most amazing goals of the tournament by its midfielder Luka Modric, Spain has swept the viewers by its 5-0 win against Slovakia.
England vs Germany 29th June at 9.30 P.M – This is undoubtedly the most awaited and anticipated clash of the eight matchups in the round of 16. England will again cross swords with Germany at Wembley in a repeat of the Euro ‘96 semi-final, which the Germans won via a penalty shootout before going on to win the competition.