Euro 2024 Group F: Türkiye - Georgia - Portugal - Czechia

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9mins left, wouldn't have expected Turkey to need two goal of the tournament contenders to beat Georgia, but that is how it stands.
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That was Georgia's chance! A huge chance to equalise and they blew it!

This has been a really good game, both teams put a lot of energy into it, Turkey zero complacency and they've needed every bit of it. Georgia look competitive.
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And now wow, Turkey barely surviving!
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Georgia hit the post, then followed by a miraculous goal line clearance by Turkey before a breakaway goal makes it 3-1.

Unbelievable game!
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And Turkey break for an empty net goal off the Georgia corner! Great game! :applause:
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The best game so far! Unlucky Georgia at the end, instead of levelling they've shipped a goal. Kudos for both teams! :up:
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Tournaments can sometimes get off to a slow start, this one's MD1 has been great!
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For neutrals it was not promising game before kick-off. However we have seen very competitive and energetic game with two excellent goals and intense fan support.
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In Italy you can't watch every game for free even if you want or can. For instance, on Sunday only 1/3 games was shown, yesterday 2/3, today only the Portugal game.

How's the situation in your country?
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matt wrote: Tue Jun 18, 2024 20:26In Italy you can't watch every game for free even if you want or can. For instance, on Sunday only 1/3 games was shown, yesterday 2/3, today only the Portugal game.
Unfortunately. I was interested in today's match, and from what I read here it was a good spectacle to watch.

Let's see now if Portugal and Czechia will propose another appealing match.
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matt wrote: Tue Jun 18, 2024 20:26 In Italy you can't watch every game for free even if you want or can. For instance, on Sunday only 1/3 games was shown, yesterday 2/3, today only the Portugal game.

How's the situation in your country?
In the Netherlands all (and I mean all) matches are on free-to-air public TV.
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That was an excellent game of football between Turkey and Georgia. End to end, great goals, lots of chances, neither side giving up.
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matt wrote: Tue Jun 18, 2024 20:26 In Italy you can't watch every game for free even if you want or can. For instance, on Sunday only 1/3 games was shown, yesterday 2/3, today only the Portugal game.

How's the situation in your country?
All free.
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Ronaldo playing in his 6th Euro! First in history to ever do that.

I remember how many times Portugal have had to qualify for tournaments via playoffs, but it wasn't a problem for them over this period. Hosted 2004 and only had to face a playoff in 2012, where they easily disposed of BiH.
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