It’s day 4 of the Euros, and we get to see our first Bayern Munich player in action during the tournament. After Scotland face the Czech Republic in Glasgow, Poland kick off their Euros campaign with Robert Lewandowski leading the line against Slovakia.
The striker is coming off the back of an all-time great season at the club level, but can he replicate his form for the national team? We sure hope so, because his performances in this tournament could have a significant bearing on the Ballon d’Or race.
Scotland vs Czech Republic
Location: Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
Time: 15:00 CEST
Poland vs Slovakia
Location: Krestovsky Stadium, St. Petersburg, Russia
Time: 18:00 CEST
Spain vs Sweden
Location: Estadio de La Cartuja, Seville, Spain
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