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England vs Slovakia live coverage highlights: England wins 2-1



England vs Slovakia live coverage highlights England wins 2-1

Hello everyone and welcome to our England vs Slovakia live coverage of this Round of 16 tie between England, who finished as runners-up at the last Euro and Slovakia at the Arena Al Shala in G. The winners will go on to play Switzerland in the quarterfinals.

England remains unbeaten at Euro 2024, following their opening 1-0 win against Serbia with draws against Denmark and Slovenia.

Slovakia started with an unexpected 1-0 victory over Belgium but only took a single point from the next two fixtures losing 2-1 to Ukraine and drawing 1-1 with Romania, qualifying as a third-place team.

The match has kicked off and already the ball has ricocheted off Harry Kane into the gloves of Martin Duka. Slovakia looking threatening, played the ball across the face of the goal through David Hanko.


England’s defense was under pressure but they survived an early scare. Slovakia’s aggressive start continued nearly capitalizing on an error from Walker. England’s Bellingham and Kane had opportunities but Slovakia’s defense held strong.

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Slovakia then took the lead through Ian Shrs, marking his third goal of the Euro. England responded in the second half with Phil Foden’s disallowed goal due to offside.

More pressure from England saw Declan Rice hitting the post and Kane missing the rebound.


In the dying moments of the game, Jude Bellingham equalized for England, forcing extra time. Harry Kane then put England ahead early in extra time, leading to a tense finish.

Slovakia pressed hard, but England held on to win 2-1. It was a dramatic victory for England, who now advance to face Switzerland in the quarterfinals. Despite Slovakia’s valiant effort, their journey ends here.

England vs Slovakia Live coverage of the Euro 2024 Round of 16 match between at Arena Al Shala. England, unbeaten so far, faces a resilient Slovakia.

Highlights include Ian Shrs’ goal for Slovakia, Jude Bellingham’s late equalizer, and Harry Kane’s extra-time winner, securing England’s place in the quarterfinals against Switzerland.

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