Euro 2024.. Germany challenges Spain in clash of giants in the semi-final tonight

He waits Germany national team A tough match against his Spanish counterpart, in the quarter-finals of the current version of the tournament. European Nations Cup “Euro 2024” is currently being held in Germany until July 14.

A match is held Spain vs Germany At 7 pm today, Friday, Cairo time, at the “MHP Arena” stadium, in the first match of the quarter-finals of Euro 2024.
Spain and Germany share the record for the most European Cup wins, with three titles each.

Both the Mannschaft and the Matador aspire to surpass each other in the hope of reaching the semi-finals and winning the title so that they can sit alone on the throne of Europe, as the Germans are armed with the home ground and the fans in the European Championship currently being held on their lands, while the Spanish national team is full of a battalion of stars as it is the only team with the best results so far.

The two teams played 26 matches previously, with the German team winning 9 matches, compared to 8 victories for the Spanish team, while the Taajal team won 9 other matches.

Spain players scored 32 goals against Germany, while Germany players scored 31 goals. The Spanish duo Raul Gonzalez and Ferran Torres are the top scorers in the matches between the two teams, with 3 goals each.

This will be the fourth meeting between Spain and Germany in the European Championship, with Spain winning twice (1984 and 2008) and Germany winning (1988). Their last meeting was in the 2008 final, where Spain won 1-0 thanks to a goal from Fernando Torres.

Germany fear a negative record by being eliminated early by Spain in the quarter-finals of Euro 2024, as no host country has ever been eliminated in the quarter-finals of the European Championship before, as all four previous host countries have qualified for the quarter-finals. England won on penalties against Spain in 1996, the Netherlands beat Yugoslavia 1-6 in 2000, Portugal beat England on penalties in 2004, and France beat Iceland 2-5 in 2016.

UEFA has appointed English referee Anthony Taylor to officiate Germany’s clash with Spain, assisted by Gary Beswick and Adam Nunn.

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