Euro 2024 Final: Spain v England

GoonerJeeves

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England look a lot better than in the group stages. Still, you'd think Spain has the advantage here. Strangely enough, I'm looking forward to this, even though I think International football is a bit of a joke.

But let me never hear any English pundit moan about any decision after that pelanty and after the Sterling dive.....
 

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Lamine Yamal hype into overdrive.

The real starboy about to step up and show him levels.

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GoonerJeeves

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You really are a history aficionado eh
I think it was a complete shocking dive. I'm not Danish, and as a Norwegian, there is probably not a single nation, bar the Swedes, that I could hold a grudge against more than the Danes.

Sterling dived, it is as simple as that. Don't ever try this thing that "the English don't dive"
 

2Smokeyy

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Hate both of these teams.

Whoever wins I lose.

Not if Morata bags in the final and this happens:

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Morata has now agreed to join Milan. The deal is expected to advance once Euro 2024 is over, at which point he will inform Atleti of his intention to head to the San Siro.

Or Atleti might do all they can to keep him 😭
 

RunTheTrap

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Kane’s had several world class seasons across multiple tournaments and won zilch. Imagine if Kane wins on Sunday despite playing the worse football of his career. All that “player x is better than player y because he won more trophies” dumb logic goes out the window.
 

Farzad

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2-1 Spain. England won’t be able to handle their midfield and see enough of the ball
 

boonthegoon

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Spain probably deserve for the teams they have played and how they have generally played.

But feel this is England's trophy at this point.

Hopefully there's no ref controversy please.
 

Nunowoolmez

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Spain probably deserve for the teams they have played and how they have generally played.

But feel this is England's trophy at this point.

Hopefully there's no ref controversy please.
Spain will go in as favourites & rightly so, but it's not as if they blew France away. It was 2-1 & France were poor in the main.

It's in Englands favour going in as underdogs & they are peaking at the right time, & think this will be a lot closer than many people think.
 

Blood on the Tracks

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Spain are favourites on form, probably been the best side in the tournament overall so far.

I feel like England are peaking at the right time though and someone has stood up and delivered whenever they've been in trouble.

I'm biased but I think it might be written in the stars that England win this one tbh.
 

Nunowoolmez

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Spain are favourites on form, probably been the best side in the tournament overall so far.

I feel like England are peaking at the right time though and someone has stood up and delivered whenever they've been in trouble.

I'm biased but I think it might be written in the stars that England win this one tbh.
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