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EURO 2020 Live Score : Czech Republic Football vs England Football Live Score

12' Raheem Sterling
FULL TIME: Czech Republic 0-1 England

A rather uneventful second-half results in a 0-1 win for England at Wembley. Both sides were slow and tired in the second half as Southgate's men bank on Sterling's sole goal as they finish top of Group D. Czech Republic finish second in the group while Croatia are third. Scotland are 4th. 

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90' Additional Time: 3 Minutes
86' Jordan Henderson finds the back of the net after Bellingham finds him with a challenge inside the Czech box but Henderson is flagged offside.
85' Substitution for Czech Republic: Matej Vydra replaces Tomas Holes.
84' Substitution for England: Jadon Sancho replaces Bukayo Saka.
83'Tomas Pekhart goes for goal from distance and his shot is wide.
80' A very eventful second-half so far. There has been no goalmouth action as the two teams lack the urgency to get the goals having already been qualified. It has been a half of breaks and fouls in the midfield.
78' Substitution for England: Tyrone Mings replaces John Stones.
75' Substitution for Czech Republic: Tomas Pekhart replaces Patrick Schick.
73' Harry Maguire does well to find Jude Bellingham but Tomes Hules outmuscles him off the ball.
71' Kalvin Phillips goes long towards Saka but the weight on the pass is a lot and it runs out to Vaclik.
69' Harry Maguire appeals for a penalty after allegedly being brought down inside the Czech box during the free-kick. The referee lets the play continue.
68' Substitution for England: Jude Bellingham replaces Jack Grealish.
67' Substitution for England: Marcus Rashford replaces Raheem Sterling.
66' Coufal clashes into Sterling and England have a free-kick. 
64' Substitution for Czech Republic: Adam Hlozek replaces Lukas Masopust.
63' Substitution for Czech Republic: Alex Kral replaces Vladimir Darida.
61' Jan Boril is booked for a challenge on Grealish and will miss the next game for Czech Republic.
60' Kalas swings in a swirling cross from the right towards the Czech strikers and Pickford takes charge in the box and fists it away to safety.
56' A rather slow start from both sides in the second half. There have been skirmishes of openings but not a clearing goal-scoring opportunity for both sides yet.
54' A long ball towards Grealish is flicked on for Sterling who is quick to chase the ball but not quick enough to go past Celustka as Czech recover.
52' Czech Republic get in the groove. Masopust finds Holes with a run behind the England defence who tries to set up Schick for the final shot but Kyle Walker makes a timely interception.
49' Darida gets a corner swung in for the Czech Republic and Pickford collects the ball.
47' Substitution for Czech Republic: Petr Sevcik replaces Jakub Jankto. 
47' Substitution for England: Jordan Henderson replaces Declan Rice.
46' Second-half kicks-off.
HALF TIME: Czech Republic 0-1 England

A sole goal from Raheem Sterling separates the two sides at the break. England have been the tad dominant side with greater possession of the ball and better scoring opportunities. The Czechs have shown that they are perfectly capable of getting their goal. Lots to play for in the second half. Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for the next 45 minutes.
ELSEWHERE: Scotland equalise with a goal from McGregor.
43' SAVE! Harry Kane has a shot at goal from distance and it is straight to Vaclick. Sterling was lurking around the ball but never tries to attack the loose ball as he knew he was well offside and could not get back inside the line in time.
42' England get a corner swung in and push all of their men upfront inside the box to get the second goal before the break but the Czechs defend successfully.
40' Jack Grealish tries to find Saka with an across the flank ball on the run but a timely interception from Celustka saves the blushes for the Czech Republic.
39' England get a corner swung in from Shaw at the left. Shaw's outswinger finds Declan Rice in the box who fails to position himself properly and lets the ball loose for a Czech clearance.
37' MISS! Jankto lobs it to Masopust inside the box but Luke Shaw makes an acrobatic clearance of the cross which falls to Tomas Soucek who fails to connect it perfectly from outside the box and misses the England goal by a whisker. Jordan Pickford was routed to his spot and could not have done anything if Soucek had found the target. England survive. The Czechs yet to get lucky in the game.
35' Saka's pace earns England a corner. Kalvin Phillips delivers the ball and the Czechs clear.
33' England manage to slowly grow back into the game after a period of Czech urgency. The Czechs were using the left-wing to good use which can be a cause of worry for Southgate as Shaw has been defensively slower than expected but excellent with the ball in attack.
ELSEWHERE: Croatia lead 1-0 over Scotland in Glasgow.
29' Czech Republic get a corner swung in and the ball ends up with Schick inside the box whose shot is blocked on the lines by the English defence. The East Europeans have upped the ante in the last few minutes and are having a constant go at the England goal.
28' SAVE! Tomas Holes drives in low and hard to the left side of the England goal. and forces out a diving save from Jordan Pickford.
27' SAVE! Harry Kane outfoxes Kalas with his quick feet after receiving a defence-splitting ball from Harry Maguire but the final shot from Kane is saved by Vaclick.
25' Masopust gets the ball delivered from the right towards Schick but the cross is over him and Kyle Walker chests it down to Pickford at the goal.
23' Luke Shaw tries to find Declan Rice with a lofted ball down the left side but the West Ham midfielder is flagged offside by the linesmen.
21' Czech Republic try to pull off yet another training pitch set-piece drill as Schick tries to lob it towards Masopust but the weight of the ball is a little too much for his liking and Pickford comes off his lines to get the ball.
19' Czech Republic try to play it clever with a training ground drill from the set-piece by changing flanks, but do not manage to pull it-off.
18' Tomas Kalas is brought down by Luke Shaw on the right end of the England half, and Czech Republic have a set-piece situation. 
17' The corner is taken long and Saka goes down outside the box in an attempt to earn a free kick but the referee plays on, and Czech Republic try to break on the counter but are eventually outpaced by the English defenders.
16' Saka's delivery into the box goes out for a corner.
15' Jack Grealish is brought down by Masopust on the left side of the Czech box. Masopust instantly apologises and helps Grealish to get up on his feet. England have an interesting set-piece situation. 
12' GOAL! Raheem Sterling. England.

England were really on a surcharge and they take the lead deservingly. Saka has a cross inside the box which is defended well by Czech Republic. Kane gets the ball and then plays it wide to Grealish whose return ball to Saka falls to Raheem Sterling behind him who heads it inside the back of the net from point-blank range as Vaclick is caught out of position. England take the lead, 1-0.
11' Harry Kane takes a shot on goal from distance, but the attempt is feeble and wide.
10' Luke Shaw floats in the ball from the middle of the Czech half and finds John Stones who tries to loop it in across the face of the goal and away from the Czech keeper but hits the side netting instead.
9' Harry Kane is elbowed by Kalas while going for an aerial challenge. Nothing malicious but the Czech centre back is penalised. England have a free-kick inside the Czech half.
8' Holes is penalised for a foul on Declan Rice. Jack Grealish gets the ball rolling with a quick free-kick.
5' England with a patient start to the game after an early chance at goal. They are passing it among themselves and looking for an opening through the Czech defence, while the Czechs are slowly advancing into the English half with the ball against the run of play.
2' POST! Raheem Sterling chips over the Czech goalkeeper after reaching out to the Luke Shaw pass through the Czech defence but the Man City striker's attempt bobbles off the goalpost.
1' KICK-OFF!
The National Anthems are sung loud and proud, as Wembley has a festive mood after the English National Anthem. We are set for kick-off.
The teams are out in the middle amidst a sparsely filled Wembley crowd here in London.
Jaroslav Šilhavý has gone for a 4-2-3-1 formation with Holes and Soucek as the midfield pivots. Darida looks like to be set up to play behind Schick upfront. 
Saka starts for England, which is only his 6th international start as Gareth Southgate seems to have opted for a 4-4-1-1 with four changes. Rice and Phillips will marshall the midfield while Grealish is expected to play the no. 10 role while Kane will lead the line. 
Substitutes:

Czech Republic:
Aleš Mandous (GK), Tomáš Koubek (GK), Pavel Kadeřábek, Jakub Brabec, Antonín Barák, Michael Krmenčík, Petr Ševčík, Adam Hložek, Matěj Vydra, Alex Král, Aleš Matějů, Tomáš Pekhart

England Substitutes: Aaron Ramsdale (GK), Sam Johnstone (GK), Jordan Henderson, Marcus Rashford, Kieran Trippier, Tyrone Mings, Conor Coady, Jadon Sancho, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Ben White, Reece James, Jude Bellingham
The team news are in!

Czech Republic XI:
Tomas Vaclik, Vladimir Coufal, Ondrej Celustka, Tomas Kalas, Jan Boril, Tomas Soucek, Tomas Holes, Lukáš Masopustst, Vladimir Darida, Jakub Jankto, Patrick Schick

England XI: Jordan Pickford (GK), Kyle Walker, John Stones, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Kalvin Phillips, Declan Rice, Bukayo Saka, Jack Grealish, Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane
Possible line-ups

Czech Republic: Vaclík; Coufal, Čelůstka, Kalas, Bořil; Souček, Holeš; Masopust, Darida, Jankto; Schick
Misses next match if booked: Bořil, Hložek, Masopust

England: Pickford; Trippier, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Phillips, Rice, Bellingham; Grealish, Kane, Sterling
Misses next match if booked: Foden
Form guide (most recent first)
Czech Republic: DWWLLD
England: DWWWWW
 That goal was Sterling's first at a final tournament after drawing blanks in his 14 previous matches. He now has 15 goals in 63 internationals, including 13 in his last 18, and England have won all 11 matches in which he has scored.
It was also England's third clean sheet in their last four EURO finals encounters, though they have managed just two goals themselves over that stretch, Raheem Sterling's Matchday 1 winner against Croatia the only one from open play.
England's goalless draw against Scotland was the first in 58 matches between the two rivals at Wembley. The result prolonged England's unbeaten run in the EURO finals group stage to ten matches (W6 D4).
Schick's double against Scotland was only the third for the Czech Republic at a EURO final tournament, after Vladimír Šmicer in 2000 and Milan Baroš in 2004, who both scored twice against Denmark. Schick's second goal was struck from a distance of 49.7 metres, the furthest out in EURO finals history.
 The Czech Republic's 2-0 win against Scotland is their only victory in six EURO final tournament encounters (D2 L3) since they defeated Poland 1-0 on Matchday 3 at UEFA EURO 2012.
Patrik Schick has scored all three of the Czech Republic's goals at UEFA EURO 2020, taking his overall international tally to 14 in 28 matches. He also scored in the team's final pre-tournament warm-up fixture, a 3-1 win against Albania in Prague on 8 June, so has four in his last three matches.
Gareth Southgate, England coach: "I think that our defeat in Prague is more relevant than the 5-0 in Wembley: The Czechs were a different team than the team that played in Wembley. We know the quality they've got. Some of their players have come to the Premier League and been excellent this season. Because of our recent history with Croatia and the fact that everybody focuses on Scotland, I think a lot of our fans pushed that Czech game to one side. We're certainly not."
Tomáš Souček, Czech Republic midfielder: “It will be extraordinary to play against Declan Rice as we meet every day in training and we play big games for West Ham together, but now we will stand against each other at international level. I think we will talk before and after the game, but during the match I will see him like any other opponent.”
Patrik Schick, Czech Republic forward: “We have four points, so that is a pretty good position for us. We know England have massive quality and top star players. But in their first games they did not create too many chances – maybe they are struggling a little bit in attack – but as a team they will be always tough to play against. So we have to prepare as well as we can and of course we want to win, get three points and secure qualification from this group.”
Gareth Southgate's side finished top of Group A in UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying, winning seven of their eight matches (L1) to progress six points ahead of the Czech Republic. That 2-1 loss in Prague was England's sole defeat.
A team managed by Roy Hodgson won all ten qualifiers on the way to UEFA EURO 2016, where they finished second behind Wales in their section after taking five points from three matches, only to be shocked by Iceland in the Round of 16 (1-2).
England failed to qualify for the final tournament in 2008, the only time they have missed out since 1984
 This is England's tenth appearance in the UEFA European Championship; they finished third in 1968 and also reached the semi-finals on home soil in 1996.
In 2016, the Czechs finished bottom of their group having picked up one point from three games. Losses to Spain (0-1) and Turkey (0-2) sandwiched a 2-2 draw against Croatia in which the Czechs had rallied from two goals down. That was the only time they had avoided defeat – or found the net – in their last four EURO finals games prior to Matchday 1.
 The Czech Republic also reached the semi-finals at UEFA EURO 2004 and the quarter-finals eight years later.
They won the competition as part of Czechoslovakia in 1976 and reached the final in their first appearance as the Czech Republic in 1996, losing 2-1 to Germany.
The Czech Republic have qualified for every EURO final tournament since Czechoslovakia split in 1993.
The two qualifying contests between the teams proved to be contrasting affairs. England eased to a 5-0 victory at Wembley in their opening fixture on 22 March 2019, Raheem Sterling scoring a hat-trick and Harry Kane also on target from the penalty spot. A late Tomáš Kalas own goal completed the Czech Republic's heaviest defeat as an independent nation. The match featured an England debut for substitute Declan Rice.
England are through and will finish top if they beat Czech Republic. They will only finish third if they lose and Scotland win by enough to overtake them on overall goal difference.
The Czech Republic are through and will win the group if they avoid defeat against England. They will finish second if they lose and Scotland beat Croatia in the other Matchday 3 game. They will only finish third if they lose and Croatia win by enough to overtake them on overall goal difference.
The teams are level on four points at the top of the section, the Czechs having beaten Scotland (2-0) and drawn with Croatia (1-1) while England followed an opening defeat of Croatia (1-0) with a goalless draw against the Scots.
Having each earned a home win when they were paired together in qualifying, the stakes are even higher as the Czech Republic and England meet again in the final round of UEFA EURO 2020 Group D matches.
Hello and Welcome to Sportskeeda's Euro 2020 coverage of the Group D clash between Czech Republic and England from the Wembley Stadium in London. This is your host, Sayak Dipta Dey, who will keep you company as the action unfolds here.
Matej Vydra
Tomas Holes
84'
84'
Jadon Sancho
Bukayo Saka
79'
Tyrone Mings
John Stones
Tomas Pekhart
Patrik Schick
75'
68'
Jude Bellingham
Jack Grealish
67'
Marcus Rashford
Raheem Sterling
Adam Hlozek
Lukas Masopusta
65'
Alex Kral
Vladimir Darida
64'
Jan Boril
61'
Petr Sevcik
Jakub Jankto
46'
46'
Jordan Henderson
Declan Rice
12'
Raheem Sterling
England Football (4-2-3-1)
Gareth Southgate (Manager)
1
Tomas Vaclik
5
Vladimir Coufal
3
Ondrej Celustka
6
Tomas Kalas
18
Jan Boril
9
Tomas Holes
15
Tomas Soucek
12
Lukas Masopusta
8
Vladimir Darida
14
Jakub Jankto
10
Patrik Schick
1
Jordan Pickford
2
Kyle Walker
5
John Stones
6
Harry Maguire
3
Luke Shaw
14
Kalvin Phillips
4
Declan Rice
25
Bukayo Saka
7
Jack Grealish
10
Raheem Sterling
9
Harry Kane
England Football (4-2-3-1)
Gareth Southgate (Manager)
Czech Republic Football Subs
16
Ales Mandous
2
Pavel Kaderabek
19
Adam Hlozek
11
Michal Krmencik
22
Ales Mateju
13
Petr Sevcik
7
Antonin Barak
24
Tomas Pekhart
20
Matej Vydra
4
Jakub Brabec
21
Alex Kral
England Football Subs
13
Aaron Ramsdale
23
Sam Johnstone
22
Ben White
17
Jadon Sancho
24
Reece James
26
Jude Bellingham
15
Tyrone Mings
18
Dominic Calvert Lewin
8
Jordan Henderson
12
Kieran Trippier
11
Marcus Rashford
16
Conor Coady
1 YELLOW CARDS 0
5 SUBSTITUTIONS 5
43% POSSESSION 57%
16 FREE KICKS 12
2 OFFSIDES 5
4 CORNERS 6
2 SHOTS ON GOAL 4
3 SHOTS OFF GOAL 3
3 SAVES 2
10 FOULS 11
3 SHOTS BLOCKED 0
0 PENALTIES 0
0 GOALS 1
5 SHOTS 7
MATCH DETAILS
Tournament Euro Cup - Week 3
Stadium Wembley Stadium
Match time Wed, 23 Jun 2021, 12:30 AM
Updated: Jun 23, 2021 02:30 AM | Published: Jun 23, 2021 02:27 AM
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