On the evening of Wednesday, June 24, 2020, Jürgen Klopp’s side put in a brilliantly dominant Anfield display against Roy Hodgson’s men to take themselves within two points of that cherished first Premier League title.
Portugal may have done just enough to progress to the knockout stages with a 2-2 draw against France, but Diogo Jota will be hoping to have more of an impact later in the tournament.
BEN PAINTER reports on Thiago’s performance off the bench as Spain blew Slovakia away to secure a place in the Euro 2020 knockout stages.
DANIEL MOXON was watching as Diogo Jota stole the show in a heavyweight clash between Portugal and Germany which lived up to the billing.
The skipper has spent a decade at Anfield and has achieved major honours during his time at the club. This combined with his attitude to events off the pitch, is what makes him the great leader and role model for so many. JAMES NOBLE looks back at his Merseyside career thus far.
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