Even if there are inevitably a few purges here and there, this Euro 2020 has started quite well, with many exciting and interesting meetings, and players in good shape. All with the public, which gives a balm to the hearts of football fans. During this second day of the group stage, we saw some great individual performances, starting with a player that we would probably have preferred not to include in this eleven. This is Peter Gulacsi, the Hungarian goalkeeper who released several decisive saves to disgust the attackers of the French team. He was the main architect of this draw obtained by the Magyars.
In front of him, we bet on Grant hanley, the captain of the Scottish defense, author of an excellent match against the English neighbors. If a player like Harry Kane did not exist, it is in large part thanks to him. To support him, we decided to align the young Igor Diveev, decisive in the Russian defense during the victory against Finland. On the coast, Denzel Dumfries (Netherlands), scorer against Austria, and Robin gosens (Germany), scorer and decisive passer against Portugal, are our men.
A luxury midfield
In the middle, the editorial staff had to make strong choices. It is finally Frenkie de Jong that we decided to put in front of the defense, as the Dutchman was brilliant against the Austrians. We are also obliged to include Manuel Locatelli in this eleven. The Italian from Sassuolo signed a brace against the Swiss, in addition to an excellent performance in the game. Aaron ramsey completes a quality midfield, with Kevin de bruyne in front of all these beautiful people.
Even though he only played one period, he completely changed the face of Belgium against Denmark, with an assist and a goal. In short, an XXL performance for the star of the Red Devils. In front, place to Gareth Bale, who lives again in the selection, with two assists against the Turks in particular, while Kai havertz loop this pretty eleven, he who made see all the colors to the Portuguese. An eleven in which we could also have included players like Ben Davies (Wales), Mikkel Damsgaard (Denmark), Alexander Isak (Sweden) or Romelu Lukaku (Belgium).