Latest Euro 2020 Odds: Competition Gets Seriously Unpredictable As We Enter Round Of 16

The European Championship is entering its knockout phase and the following is an overview of the remaining 16 teams:

Latest Euro 2020 Odds 


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Antoine Griezmann Drops Massive Hint About Future In MLS

BUDAPEST — France striker Antoine Griezmann says he would like to see out his playing days in Major League Soccer to realize a long-held desire to live in the United States.

Griezmann, who is set to make his 50th consecutive start for France in Saturday's Euro 2020 game against Hungary, has long been fascinated with life stateside and is a keen basketball fan, often travelling to NBA games when he has time off.

Hungary’s Desk Lady Was The Real Hero Against France

Hungary played damn well for about 80 minutes against Portugal on Tuesday only to give up three goals late. On Saturday, the once-mighty Magyars put a full 100 minutes in and held world champion France to a 1-1 draw in one of the most impressive upsets of the tournament thus far. But forget the match for a moment, because the biggest story of the game was a pitch-side reporter’s reaction to Hungary’s goal. The Hungary desk woman is our new favorite meme of Euro 2020. 

Germany Is Too Slow, The Netherlands Is Too Fast And Other Big Takeaways From Euros Week 1

Week 1 of 4 of Euro 2020 brought plenty of goal-mouth action, but also some disappointing performances — especially from some tournament favorites.

While we're only just starting the second matchday of the group stage, it is never too early to make some broad and definitive conclusions about the action that has taken place thus far.

Here are the biggest things I noticed from the opening week of the Euros.

Biggest Takeaways From Week 1 Of Euro 2020

The pre-tourney favorites have been underwhelming — except for Italy (and maybe Belgium)

Löw Oliéndose Los Dedos, La Mordida De Rüdiger A Pogba Y Todo Lo Que Pasó En El Alemania Vs Francia

Quienes querían un partido lleno de acción seguro terminaron satisfechos luego de ver el clásico europeo entre Alemania y Francia. Hubo goles (válidos y anulados), un momento de intimidad entre Antonio Rüdiger y Paul Pogba, un activista de Greenpeace cayendo en paracaídas sobre el campo y, por supuesto, vimos a Joachim Löw con esa vieja y maldita costumbre de olerse los dedos después de habérselos metido quién sabe dónde.

Germany Unable To Sink Teeth Into France Other Than Rudiger Who Nibbled Pogba, France Wins 1-0

The highly anticipated Group F showdown between France and Germany finished with the same score line as when these sides met in the 2014 World Cup quarterfinals and had the identical sole goal scorer. This time around the French came away with the 1-0 victory. One question many fans are asking though is: Did Rudiger bite Pogba?

Moments before the first half ended some legend working on the camera crew caught this intimate moment between Antonio Rudiger and Paul Pogba. 

Here’s What Europeans Are Saying About Kneeling Before Matches At The Euros

Soccer's European Championship kicks off on Friday with the 24 teams' battle for glory accompanied by off-field conflict over the anti-racism gesture of "taking the knee".

England were booed by some of their fans in two friendlies while Ireland were jeered in Hungary for kneeling before kickoff in a move borrowed from American NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and popularised by the Black Lives Matter movement.

One Of The Greatest Dynasties In Sports History Has Just Come To An End

Olympique Lyonnais, one of the best sports dynasties ever, has been dethroned. 

After 14 straight D1 Féminine titles — which coincided with seven Champions League crowns — Lyon will end the 2020-21 season without either trophy, a remarkable end to one of the most dominant teams we’ve ever seen.

France’s Handbrake Is Off With Mbappé-Benzema-Griezmann Leading The Line

Up until France’s 4-2 victory over Croatia in the final of the 2018 World Cup, Les Bleus were criticized for playing with the sort of pragmatic control that wins you titles but few admirers. 

Half of the front four (Olivier Giroud and Blaise Matuidi) were employed in yeoman’s work, while the left flank of Lucas Hernandez, N'Golo Kanté and Matuidi was there to destroy any fleeting moments of opposition joy.