20.06.2021, 09:03

EURO 2020 today updates June 20 Results Table Standings Fixtures and Points

EURO 2020 today updates (June 19): We offer you up-to-the-minute information of Euro 2020's results, table and standings, fixtures and points.

Saturday 19 matches results

Group F: Hungary 1-1 France (Budapest)

Group F: Portugal 2-4 Germany (Munich)

Group E: Spain 1-1 Poland (Seville)

Hungary's Attila Fiola celebrates after scoring the opener (Photo: Sky Sports)

Hungary 1-1 France: World champions held in Budapest as Hungary keep Group F hopes alive

Tournament favorites France were held to a surprise 1-1 draw against Hungary in their second Euro 2020 Group F game in Budapest, according to Sky Sports.

France missed two big chances to take the lead through Kylian Mbappe's header and Karim Benzema's sliced effort wide, but Hungary stunned the world champions through Attila Fiola's finish having been put through on goal (45+2), sending the home crowd into raptures.

In a cauldron atmosphere in Budapest, France leveled on 66 minutes through Antoine Griezmann, finishing up at close range after Mbappe had held up Hugo Lloris' long kick upfield.

They could not grab a winner, and the result means France have four points after two games, which should be enough to make the last 16 as they finish their group stage against Portugal on Wednesday, while Hungary, on one point, must beat Germany in their final game in Munich.

EURO 2020 today updates June 20 Results Table Standings Fixtures and Points

(Photo: Sky Sports)

Portugal 2-4 Germany: Slick Germans stun holders

Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring but from then on it was pretty much one-way traffic as Germany, inspired by Robin Gosens, stunned the holders, UEFA reported.

Germany recovered from a goal down to lay down a real marker at UEFA EURO 2020, putting four past holders Portugal to leave Group F on a knife-edge going into Wednesday's section finale.

Match in brief

Germany went on the attack from the off in Munich, thriving on the vibrancy offered by their wing-backs. The man on the left, Robin Gosens, even found the net but his well-taken finish was ruled out for offside. Back they came, wave after wave, but Portugal repelled them before the sucker punch: Cristiano Ronaldo starting and finishing a thrilling counterattack.

Die Mannschaft picked themselves off the canvas, dusted themselves down and resumed the barrage. The pressure told with two own goals in the space of five minutes late in the first half, with Ruben Dias and Raphaël Guerreiro inadvertently beating Rui Patrício. Portugal were stunned, unable to muster a response; and it got a lot worse before it got better.

By the hour mark it was 4-1 and the holders were out on their feet. Kai Havertz tapped in before the brilliant Gosens headed in a cross from Joshua Kimmich. Joachim Löw rang the changes, with half an eye on Wednesday, and Portugal improved, pulling one back through Diogo Jota. Renato Sanches rattled the post too with a stunning strike but the damage was done.

Germany celebrate Robin Gosens' fourth (Photo: Getty Image)

Spain 1-1 Poland: Lewandowski earns Polish point

Robert Lewandowski cancelled out Álvaro Morata's opener to give Poland a draw against Spain, Gerard Moreno missing a penalty for the hosts in Seville.

Poland kept themselves in UEFA EURO 2020 contention with a battling draw against Spain, Robert Lewandowski cancelling out Álvaro Morata's tap-in before Gerard Moreno missed a penalty for the home side in Seville.

Match in brief

Spain had been frustrated by Sweden on Matchday 1 and again struggled to establish any rhythm early on before taking the lead out of the blue in the 25th minute. Moreno cut inside from the right and unleashed a shot that was turned in by Morata, played just onside by Bartosz Bereszyński.

Moreno soon curled a free-kick narrowly wide as Spain sought to press home their advantage but Poland had already shown their threat and might have been back on terms before the break. Karol Świderski volleyed over before Lewandowski's fierce close-range effort was kept out by Unai Simón.

Nine minutes into the second half, there was no escape for Spain. Kamil Jóźwiak curled in a pinpoint cross from the right and Lewandowski climbed between two defenders to power a header beyond Simón. Polish joy might have been short-lived after Jakub Moder was adjudged to have fouled Moreno inside the area three minutes later, but Moreno fired the resulting penalty against the right-hand post with Morata unable to steer the rebound on target.

Spain tried to push for a winner but Poland dug in and held out for the point that takes their Group E qualification hopes into Matchday 3, UEFA reported.

Robert Lewandowski celebrates his equaliser for Poland (Photo: Getty Images)

Euro 2020 Results, Fixtures in Full - the group stage

Keep track of all the UEFA EURO 2020 fixtures and results between 11 June and 16 June 2021 with UEFA.

Previous matches:

Friday 11 June

Group A: Turkey 0-3 Italy (Rome)

Saturday 12 June

Group A: Wales 1-1 Switzerland (Baku)

Group B: Denmark 0-1 Finland (Copenhagen)

Group B: Belgium 3-0 Russia (St Petersburg)

Sunday 13 June

Group D: England 1-0 Croatia (London)

Group C: Austria 3-1 North Macedonia (Bucharest)

Group C: Netherlands 3-2 Ukraine (Amsterdam)

Monday 14 June

Group D: Scotland 0-2 Czech Republic (Glasgow)

Group E: Poland 1-2 Slovakia (St Petersburg)

Group E: Spain 0-0 Sweden (Seville)

Tuesday 15 June

Group F: Hungary 0-3 Portugal (Budapest)

Group F: France 1-0 Germany (Munich)

Wednesday 16 June

Group B: Finland 0-1 Russia (St Petersburg)

Group A: Turkey 2-0 Wales (Baku)

Group A: Italy 3-0 Switzerland (Rome)

Thursday 17 June

Group C: Ukraine 2-1 North Macedonia (Bucharest)

Group B: Denmark 1-2 Belgium (Copenhagen)

Group C: Netherlands 2-0 Austria (Amsterdam)Upcoming matches

Friday 18 June

Group E: Sweden 1-0 Slovakia (St Petersburg)

Group D: Croatia vs Czech Republic (18:00, Glasgow)

Group D: England vs Scotland (21:00, London)

France's Antoine Griezmann celebrates after scoring against Hungary (Photo: Sky Sports)

Upcoming matches

Sunday 20 June

Group A: Italy vs Wales (18:00, Rome)

Group A: Switzerland vs Turkey (18:00, Baku)

Monday 21 June

Group C: North Macedonia vs Netherlands (18:00, Amsterdam)

Group C: Ukraine vs Austria (18:00, Bucharst)

Group B: Russia vs Denmark (21:00, Copenhagen)

Group B: Finland vs Belgium (21:00, St Petersburg)

Tuesday 22 June

Group D: Czech Republic vs England (21:00, London)

Group D: Croatia vs Scotland (21:00, Glasgow)

Wednesday 23 June

Group E: Slovakia vs Spain (18:00, Seville)

Group E: Sweden vs Poland (18:00, St Petersburg)

Group F: Germany vs Hungary (21:00, Munich)

Group F: Portugal v France (21:00, Budapest)

The top two in each group plus four best third-placed teams go through.

Knockout phase

Round of 16

Saturday 26 June

1: 2A vs 2B (18:00, Amsterdam)

2: 1A vs 2C (21:00, London)

Sunday 27 June

3: 1C vs 3D/E/F (18:00, Budapest)

4: 1B vs 3A/D/E/F (21:00, Seville)

Monday 28 June

5: 2D vs 2E (18:00, Copenhagen)

6: 1F vs 3A/B/C (21:00, Bucharest)

Tuesday 29 June

7: 1D vs 2F (18:00, London)

8: 1E vs 3A/B/C/D (21:00, Glasgow)

(Photo: Chengdu Expat)


2 July 2021

Quarter-final 1: Round of 16 tie 6 winner vs Round of 16 tie 5 winner

6pm BST

Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Quarter-final 2: Round of 16 tie 4 winner vs Round of 16 tie 2 winner

8pm BST

Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany

3 July 2021

Quarter-final 3: Round of 16 tie 3 winner vs Round of 16 tie 1 winner

6pm BST

Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan

Quarter-final 4: Round of 16 tie 8 winner vs Round of 16 tie 7 winner

8pm BST

Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy


July 6 2021

Semi-final 1: Quarter-final 2 winner vs Quarter-final 1 winner

8pm BST

Wembley Stadium, London, England

July 7 2021

Semi-final 2: Quarter-final 4 winner vs Quarter-final 3 winner

8pm BST

Wembley Stadium, London, England


July 11 2021

Final: Semi-final 1 winner vs Semi-final 2 winner

8pm BST, live on BBC and ITV

Wembley Stadium, London, England

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