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Euro 2016 Goal of the Day 14: Xherdan Shaqiri Wonder Goal Against Poland
Switzerland failed to advance into the last eight of Euro 2016 after being defeated via penalty shoot out by Poland, but Vladimir Petkovic's men put on an excellent display in that game, including a wonder goal scored by Xherdan Shaqiri.
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Switzerland vs Poland (4-5)
Teams: Switzerland: Sommer, Lichtsteiner, Schar, Djourou, Rodriguez, Behrami, Xhaka, Shaqiri, Dzemaili, Mehmedi, Seferovic. Subs: Hitz, Moubandje, Elvedi, von Bergen, Lang, Embolo, Frei, Zakaria, Fernandes, Tarashaj, Derdiyok, Burki.
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Poland Advanced Into Euro 2016 Last Eight After Shoot Out Win Over Swiss
Poland earned a historic achievement following their success in reaching Euro 2016 quarter finals after eliminating Switzerland via penalty shoot out. Both teams drew 1-1 in normal time and failed to score anymore goals during 2x15 additional time, forcing the match to be decided with shoot out.
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Poland Ready for Last 16 Clash Against Swiss
Poland are gearing up for a massive Euro 2016 last 16 tie against Switzerland this Saturday and the White Eagles' head coach, Adam Nawalka ensured that his side are ready for that battle.
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Swiss Not Scared of Strong Poland
Switzerland head coach, Vladimir Petkovic, admitted that his side will be facing a tough battle as they meet with Poland in the last 16 of Euro 2016 this Saturday. However, despite admitting the excellent quality of Adam Nawalka's side, Petkovic also stated that his team have no fear of Poland.
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Poland Secured Knocked Out Stage Ticket After Win Over Ukraine
Poland finally securing their place in the knock out stage of Euro 2016 after grabbing a solid 1-0 win over Ukraine on Tuesday. Adam Nawalka's men immediately put on an aggressive display since kick off as they were determined in grabbing early goals that can calm their nerves.
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Ukraine vs Poland (0-1)
Teams: Ukraine: Pyatov, Fedetskiy, Khacheridi, Kucher, Butko, Rotan, Stepanenko, Yarmolenko, Zinchenko, Konoplyanka, Zozulya. Subs: Boyko, Tymoschuk, Kovalenko, Seleznyov, Shevchuk, Budkivskiy, Sydorchuk, Rybalka, Garmash, Rakitskiy, Karavayev, Shevchenko.
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Poland Targeting Three Points Against Strong Ukraine
Poland may only need one point to secure qualification into the knock out stage of Euro 2016, but that won't stop them from pushing for all three points in their final group game against Ukraine.
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Ukraine Well Prepared for Final Group Game Against Poland
Experiencing two disappointing defeats from Germany and Northern Ireland, Ukraine remained hopeful to get all three points from their final group game against Poland. The Yellow-Blue's squad head coach, Mykhaylo Fomenko ensured their fans that his players are well prepared for their Tuesday encounter and will try their best to make up for their previous disappointing results.
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Germany and Poland Involved in First Euro 2016 Goalless Draw
The rivalry between Germany and Poland looking rather unsolved in this Euro 2016 as the two teams have to settle for a goalless draw on Thursday. Both sides success on winning their first game, didn't stop them from pushing hard to get another victory as it would sent them immediately into knock out stages.
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Germany vs Poland (0-0)
Teams: Germany: Neuer; Hector, Hummels, Boateng, Höwedes; Kroos, Khedira; Müller, Ozil, Draxler; Götze Subs: Leno, Ter Stegen, Mustafi, Kimmich, Tah, Can, Sané, Schweinsteiger, Weigl, Gomez, Podolski, Schürrle Poland: Fabianksi; Piszczek, Glik, Pazdan, Jedrzejczyk; Blaszczykowski, Krychowiak, Maczynski, Grosicki; Milik, Lewandowski Subs: Boruk, Cionek, Salamon, Kaputska, Jodlowiec, Linetty, Peszko, Starzynski, Wawrzyniak, Zielinski, Stepinski Referee: B Kuipers (Ned) Full-time: Germany 0-0 Poland Let’s not beat about the bush, that was a harrowing watch.
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Poland Looking Confident Ahead of Germany Clash
Poland's success in defeating Germany during their previous qualifier meeting gave Adam Nawalka's men a huge confidence boost ahead of their Euro 2016 group stage match up this Thursday.
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Germany Expecting Difficult Game Against Well Organized Poland
Starting their Euro 2016 campaign with a difficult victory over Ukraine, Germany head coach, Joachim Loew is expecting a much tougher encounter as they face Poland this Thursday. Speaking to the media ahead of that match, Loew stated that Poland are a very well organized side that have more dangerous counter attacking play compared to Ukraine.
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