Roundup of the second day of Euro 2020 action featuring action from Wales’ Group A clash against Switzerland as well as Group B which got up and running with two matches.
Group C favourites, Netherlands and Ukraine collide in a blockbuster opening clash at Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam.
David Moyes has signed a new three-year contract to stay at West Ham until Summer 2024, following a successful 2020-21 campaign.
Austria meet Euro debutants, North Macedonia at Arena Nationala, Bucharest, Romania, in their opening Group C clash.
England meet Croatia in their opening Group D match of Euro 2020 at Wembley Stadium, England.
Ciro Immobile produced a goal and assist as Italy ran riot to thrash Turkey 3-0 in Rome in Euro 2020’s opening match.
Belgium meet Russia at Krestovsky Stadium in their opening Group B encounter of Euro 2020.
Denmark kick off Group B of Euro 2020 as they welcome Finland to Parken Stadium, Copenhagen.
McLaren have announced that they will join Extreme E on top of existing Formula One and IndyCar commitments for 2022 season.
As Europe gears up for Euro 2020 mania, we have taken a humorous look at what a Formula One pan-Europe football team would look like.
Wales meet Group A rivals, Switzerland in their opening Group A clash of Euro 2020 at Baku’s Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan.
Jenzer have announced that Johnathan Hoggard will replace Pierre-Louis Chovet for the remainder of 2021 Formula Three season, following sudden financial difficulties for the Frenchman.
Brentford have announced that Henrik Dalsgaard, Luke Daniels and Emiliano Marcondes will all depart the clubs at the end of their contracts on 30 June 2021.
Turkey kick off Euro 2020 as they meet Italy at Stadio Olimpico, Rome in the opening match of Group A and the tournament.
Celtic have appointed Ange Postecoglou as their new permanent manager ahead of 2021-22 season.