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GLASGOW, Scotland (Reuters) - Czech Republic coach Jaroslav Silhavy bemoaned his team's lack of concentration early in the second half that allowed Croatia to equalise and secure a 1-1 draw in a Euro 2020 Group D match on Friday that they controlled in the opening period.
GLASGOW (Reuters) - Croatia captain Luka Modric and forward Ivan Perisic were disappointed after a 1-1 draw with the Czech Republic on Friday left their hopes of advancing to the Euro 2020 knockout stage hanging in the balance.
GLASGOW, Italy (Reuters) - Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic's tactical switch at halftime revitalised his side in their 1-1 draw with Czech Republic in the European Championship on Friday, but his selection from the start left his team looking flat in attack.
GLASGOW (Reuters) - The Czech Republic closed in on the Euro 2020 knockouts on Friday as a bloodied and battered Patrik Schick netted a first-half penalty to help them secure a 1-1 draw with Croatia, whose own qualification hopes will go down to the wire.
GLASGOW (Reuters) - Ivan Perisic scored a stunning second half equaliser as Croatia pegged back Czech Republic for a 1-1 draw in Group D on Friday, keeping their slim hopes alive of qualifying to the European Championship knockout stages.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Axel Witsel has been hailed as Belgium's "miracle man" after his sooner-than-expected return from a serious Achilles tendon injury, but he said his recovery came with doubt and sacrifice.
ST PETERSBURG (Reuters) -Sweden moved to the top of Group E with a 1-0 win over Slovakia on Friday after Emil Forsberg scored their first goal of the European Championship from the penalty spot to put the Scandinavian side on track for the knockouts.
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ST PETERSBURG (Reuters) - Patrik Hrosovsky and Martin Koscelnik replace Jakub Hromada and Lukas Haraslin in Slovakia's lineup for their Euro 2020 Group E clash against an unchanged Sweden in St. Petersburg on Friday.
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