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Euro 2020 day 11 match updates

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The Netherlands, Denmark and Belgium won unilaterally in the Euro Cup 2020 match while Austria made history. The Netherlands won over North Macedonia, Denmark over Russia and Belgium over Finland. Here are match updates from Euro 2020 day 11.

Netherlands beat Macedonia 3-0 in the European football tournament. With this, the Netherlands became the first team to win all three matches in the group stage in three Euro Championships. Frank de Boer was a part of it as a player and as a coach.

At the same time, Austria created history by defeating Ukraine 1-0. Austria entered the last 16 of the Euro Cup by finishing second in Group C with this win. The team has reached here for the first time. In the first half of the match, Christoph scored the goal, which later proved to be decisive.

Late goals from Andreas Christensen and Joakim Maehle helped Denmark beat Russia 4-1 to enter the last 16. Denmark’s team finished second in Group B after Belgium. Following the sudden fall of Christian Eriksen in the first match on the field, Denmark’s team gave the fans a chance to celebrate by winning the last home match of the tournament. Artem scored the only goal for Russia from the penalty spot.

Belgium, on the other hand, beat Finland 2-0 to register their third win. With this win Belgium finished on top of Group B. In the second half of the match, Finland’s goalkeeper Lukas scored a suicide goal in the 74th minute, and then Romelu Lukaku scored a goal to give Belgium victory.

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