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Published: July 22, 2021 (1 week ago)
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Tokyo Olympics 2020

Event: Men’s Soccer

DATE: 22.07.2021

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Stanislav Cherchesov’s troops, on the other hand, aim to build on a hard-fought 1-0 win over Finland. However, home win should not be considered as key defender Mario Fernandes misses the game with injury. Veteran Yuri Zhirkov is likely to miss the game through injury as well. When the two teams met in a friendly nine years ago Russia defeated Denmark 2-0, meaning that the Scandinavians are hungry for revenge.

Despite being part of the United Kingdom, Wales national football team has been competing in FIFA tournaments since 1950, although they have so far only reached two tournament finals. The Dragons surprised everyone by making it to the quarter-finals at the 1958 World Cup in Sweden, but little did they know that it would remain their only World Cup appearance up to date.

Wales had plenty of problems in the European Championship qualifiers as well, but they finally managed to end the barren run by securing their place at the Euro 2016 in France. Led by the likes of Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen and Ashley Williams, the Dragons performed admirably throughout the campaign and even reached the 8th position in the FIFA Rankings in October 2015.

Neville Southall remains the team’s most capped player, but the generation that included Ryan Giggs, Gary Speed, Craig Bellamy and John Hartson will also be remembered for some impressive performances against top European national teams.

Born in Frattamaggiore, Naples on June 4, 1991, Lorenzo Insigne is an Italian footballer who plays for his hometown club Napoli in the Serie A. Insigne is a product of Olimpia Sant’Arpino football school, but he joined the Partenopei at the age of 15.

The diminutive attacker scored his first ever goal in the Italian top flight on September 16, 2012 in a 3-1 win over Parma. Insigne, who played for the likes of Cavese, Foggia and Pescara on loan before returning to Naples, made his debut with the Italian national team on September 11, 2012 in the World Cup qualifier against Malta.

The Napoli forward scored his first ever goal for the Azzurri in a friendly against Argentina on August 14, 2013. His main position is left winger, but he is used as a second striker as well. Lorenzo Insigne has a contract with Napoli until June 30, 2022.

Italy will be looking to keep their 100% record in Group A intact when they take on Wales at Stadio Olimpico. The Azzurri have been impressive at EURO 2020 so far, with the team rolling over both Turkey and Switzerland, and it is no wonder the bookies see them as favourites to win their last group game. Sassuolo midfielder Manuel Locatelli, who scored a brace in the 3-0 win over Switzerland, will be one of the men to watch in the home team.

Giorgio Chiellini and Alessandro Florenzi, on the other hand, are likely to miss the game with injuries. The Dragons did well to beat Turkey in their second group game, with the team booking their place in the last 16. However, Gareth Bale and Co. will have a much bigger fish to fry in Sunday’s clash against Italy, who look unstoppable at the moment. There are no fresh injury worries in the away team.

Present on the international stage since 1923, Turkey only started showing some promise during the 70’s, but they had to wait until the turn of the century to place themselves on the map. While they lost all three fixtures at their first ever European Championship finals in 1996, they fared much better four years later, reaching the last eight in Netherlands and Belgium.

Milli Takim were able to build on that result as they went on to reach the podium at the 2002 World Cup finals in South Korea and Japan, while also finishing third at the 2003 Confederations Cup and making it to the semi-finals at the Euro 2008.

Rustu Receber, Hakan Sukur and Emre Belezoglu were important parts of the country’s most successful generation, but the one including Arda Turan, Selcuk Inan, Burak Yilmaz and Hakan Calhanoglu is threatening to surpass their achievements. As the Turkish Super Lig continues the get stronger, the national team follows, and we should expect some big result from Milli Takim in the near future.

Another impressive player who emigrated to Switzerland, Xherdan Shaqiri is a midfielder with excellent technical qualities, very strong in taking players on and creating chances for his teammates, while also being a danger from set pieces. The Serbian-born footballer formed an excellent midfielder pairing with Granit Xhaka at FC Basel, before making a high-profile move to Bayern Munich in the summer of 2012.

Shaqiri went on to prove a great deal of potential at Allianz Arena, scoring 11 goals in 52 Bundesliga matches, but he decided to leave in search of first team football, first joining Inter Milan and then moving to Stoke City. It was at Britannia Stadium that the attacking midfielder rediscovered his form and if he continues playing at such a high level, it won’t be long before he returns to the biggest stage.

Even when he was not playing regularly at club level, Shaqiri would always reserve his best performances for the national team, as witnessed by 17 goals in first 50 caps. The midfielder was especially impressive at the 2014 World Cup finals, where he scored no fewer than three goals.

Baku Olympic Stadium will host Sunday’s Group A clash between Switzerland and Turkey. This has to go down as a must-win game for the Rossocrociati, who are eyeing a place in the EURO last 16, and we are positive that they will leave their hearts on the field. Despite failing to impress in the 3-0 loss to Italy, Benfica attacker Haris Seferovic should continue to lead the line for the nominal hosts.

Turkey, on the other hand, have been playing below expectations at the European Championship finals, with the team losing to both Italy (0-3) and Wales (0-2) in the process. Considering that Senol Gunes’ men have nothing to play for in Sunday’s game, we are tempted to put our money on Vladimir Petkovic’s troops. All Demiral, Yazici, Muldur, Dervisoglu, and Kahveci are pushing for a start for the away team.

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