EURO 2020 today updates June 22 Results Table Standings Fixtures and Points
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EURO 2020 today updates (June 22): We offer you up-to-the-minute information of Euro 2020's results, table and standings, fixtures and points.

Monday 21 June results

Group C: North Macedonia 0-3 Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Group C: Ukraine 0-1 Austria (Bucharest)

Group B: Russia 1-4 Denmark (Copenhagen)

Group B: Finland 0-2 Belgium (St Petersburg)

Georginio Wijnaldum after scoring his first against North Macedonia (Photo: Getty Images)

North Macedonia 0-3 Netherlands: Oranje shine on Pandev's farewell

A Memphis Depay strike and two Georginio Wijnaldum finishes made the difference in Amsterdam.

Already heading home, North Macedonia were determined to put on a show for what was Pandev's 122nd (and probably last) international game, Aleksandar Trajkovski smacking a firm shot from the edge of the box against the post on 22 minutes.

However, if they were occasionally fragile in defence, the Dutch sparkled going forward. A constant menace, Donyell Malen sent Depay flying forward on the break in the 24th minute before receiving a return ball and teeing up the on-rushing No10 to complete one of the moves of the tournament with his 28th international goal.

The Netherlands turned on the style again early in the second half, Depay's smart ball in from the left giving Wijnaldum the simple task of scoring his 24th Netherlands goal from close range. His 25th was even easier, the captain tidying away a loose ball after Stole Dimitrievski could only parry Depay's shot into his path.

The Oranje could have scored more; Wout Weghorst hit the bar seconds after coming on for Depay, but their round of 16 opponents will be well aware that Frank de Boer's side have plenty more goals in them, according to UEFA.

Ukraine 0-1 Austria: Baumgartner strike clinches Austria's last-16 spot

Christoph Baumgartner’s goal earned Austria second place in Group C and a first EURO knockout tilt but Ukraine's hopes hinge on being among the best third-placed teams, as reported by UEFA.

With Austria needing to win to qualify ahead of Ukraine, Xaver Schlager’s motoring run kicked off a lively last-day tussle for second place. Committing numbers forward, the Austrians' intent was clear as a Marcel Sabitzer volley sailed over, before Aleksandar Dragović’s header fell wide.

Soon enough, Christoph Baumgartner broke the deadlock on 21 minutes, beating his marker to latch onto David Alaba’s searching corner and prod in with an outstretched leg – at 21, the Hoffenheim midfielder is the youngest goalscorer at the tournament so far.

Ukraine were quick to respond. They slipped through Das Nationalteam’s deep block when Ruslan Malinovskyi picked out Mykola Shaparenko, but goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann was on call to parry.

As the half-time whistle loomed, Marko Arnautović was presented with a golden opportunity to double the lead, only the Austrian striker jabbed wide from Alessandro Schöpf’s measured pass.

In a generally subdued second half, Roman Yaremchuk rifled across goal late on as Ukraine made one final push for the required point; however, Austria had done enough to prevail in Bucharest and secure their passage to the round of 16.

Christoph Baumgartner and David Alaba celebrate Austria's opener (Photo: Getty Images)

Russia 1-4 Denmark: Dazzling Danes storm into last 16

Denmark claimed second place in Group B with a devastating display of attacking football in Copenhagen.

Russia made a positive start and were nearly rewarded as Aleksandr Golovin dribbled through the centre of the Denmark defence from halfway, Kasper Schmeichel having to get down smartly to keep out his low drive. The Danes were not without a threat of their own, Pierre-Emile Højbjerg sending a shot whistling just past the post, before the same midfielder picked out Mikkel Damsgaard on the edge of the area in the 38th minute. One touch to his right and the Sampdoria man unleashed a fine curling effort that Matvei Safonov could only watch fly into his net.

Denmark needed more than one goal, and continued to push forward into the second half. They received a helping hand from Roman Zobnin, whose loose pass was tapped in by Yussuf Poulsen for the second goal. However, Danish hopes were back in the balance as Aleksandr Sobolev went down under Jannik Vestergaard's challenge and Artem Dzyuba smashed in the penalty.

Undeterred, Denmark began to throw everything forward with increasing desperation that was rewarded when Russia could only clear as far as Christensen, whose first-time effort from 30 metres fairly flew into the net. With the Danish fans still celebrating, Mæhle danced into the penalty box and fired in a fourth goal and, after a nervous wait before Belgium's 2-0 win against Finland was confirmed, the Danes' party could start in earnest.

Denmark celebrate their victory in Copenhagen (Photo: Getty Images)

Finland 0-2 Belgium: Red Devils' pressure pays

Mindful of how much a point could be worth to them in a tight group, Finland ceded possession to the Red Devils, defending in force and with diligence. Belgium have overwhelmed other sides at this EURO, but Markku Kanerva's team gave them only fleeting glimpses of goal, their best first-half chance falling to Jeremy Doku, who drew a superb save from Lukas Hradecky towards the end of the opening period.

The goalkeeper produced another spectacular block to deny Hazard just after the hour, by which time Glen Kamara had managed to get a first shot on goal for the Finns. Belgium thought they had made the breakthrough soon afterwards, but a Lukaku effort was ruled offside.

However, fate had a cruel blow in store for Hradecky, who spilled the ball into his own net after Thomas Vermaelen's shot ricocheted back at him off the goalpost. Hope of a comeback soon faded, Lukaku thumping in his third goal of the tournament after a neat turn inside the penalty area, as reported by UEFA.

Euro 2020 Results, Fixtures in Full - the group stage

Keep track of all the UEFA EURO 2020 fixtures and results between 11 June and 16 June 2021 with UEFA.

Previous matches:

Friday 11 June

Group A: Turkey 0-3 Italy (Rome)

Saturday 12 June

Group A: Wales 1-1 Switzerland (Baku)

Group B: Denmark 0-1 Finland (Copenhagen)

Group B: Belgium 3-0 Russia (St Petersburg)

Sunday 13 June

Group D: England 1-0 Croatia (London)

Group C: Austria 3-1 North Macedonia (Bucharest)

Group C: Netherlands 3-2 Ukraine (Amsterdam)

Monday 14 June

Group D: Scotland 0-2 Czech Republic (Glasgow)

Group E: Poland 1-2 Slovakia (St Petersburg)

Group E: Spain 0-0 Sweden (Seville)

Tuesday 15 June

Group F: Hungary 0-3 Portugal (Budapest)

Group F: France 1-0 Germany (Munich)

Wednesday 16 June

Group B: Finland 0-1 Russia (St Petersburg)

Group A: Turkey 2-0 Wales (Baku)

Group A: Italy 3-0 Switzerland (Rome)Thursday 17 June

Tuesday 18 June

Group C: Ukraine 2-1 North Macedonia (Bucharest)

Group B: Denmark 1-2 Belgium (Copenhagen)

Group C: Netherlands 2-0 Austria (Amsterdam)Upcoming matches

Saturday 19 June

Group F: Hungary vs France (15:00, Budapest)

Group F: Portugal vs Germany (18:00, Munich)

Group E: Spain vs Poland (21:00, Seville)

Sunday 20 June

Group A: Italy vs Wales (18:00, Rome)

Group A: Switzerland vs Turkey (18:00, Baku)

Monday 21 June

Group C: North Macedonia vs Netherlands (18:00, Amsterdam)

Group C: Ukraine vs Austria (18:00, Bucharst)

Group B: Russia vs Denmark (21:00, Copenhagen)

Group B: Finland vs Belgium (21:00, St Petersburg)

Upcoming matches

Wednesday 23 June

Group E: Slovakia vs Spain (18:00, Seville)

Group E: Sweden vs Poland (18:00, St Petersburg)

Group F: Germany vs Hungary (21:00, Munich)

Group F: Portugal v France (21:00, Budapest)

The top two in each group plus four best third-placed teams go through.

Knockout phase

Round of 16

Saturday 26 June

1: 2A vs 2B (18:00, Amsterdam)

2: 1A vs 2C (21:00, London)

Sunday 27 June

3: 1C vs 3D/E/F (18:00, Budapest)

4: 1B vs 3A/D/E/F (21:00, Seville)

Monday 28 June

5: 2D vs 2E (18:00, Copenhagen)

6: 1F vs 3A/B/C (21:00, Bucharest)

Tuesday 29 June

7: 1D vs 2F (18:00, London)

8: 1E vs 3A/B/C/D (21:00, Glasgow)


2 July 2021

Quarter-final 1: Round of 16 tie 6 winner vs Round of 16 tie 5 winner

6pm BST

Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Quarter-final 2: Round of 16 tie 4 winner vs Round of 16 tie 2 winner

8pm BST

Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany

3 July 2021

Quarter-final 3: Round of 16 tie 3 winner vs Round of 16 tie 1 winner

6pm BST

Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan

Quarter-final 4: Round of 16 tie 8 winner vs Round of 16 tie 7 winner

8pm BST

Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy

EURO 2020 today updates June 22 Results Table Standings Fixtures and Points

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July 6 2021

Semi-final 1: Quarter-final 2 winner vs Quarter-final 1 winner

8pm BST

Wembley Stadium, London, England

July 7 2021

Semi-final 2: Quarter-final 4 winner vs Quarter-final 3 winner

8pm BST

Wembley Stadium, London, England


July 11 2021

Final: Semi-final 1 winner vs Semi-final 2 winner

8pm BST, live on BBC and ITV

Wembley Stadium, London, England

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