The Euro Cup quarter-finals begin today. The first match was between Switzerland and Spain. The match will be played at 9.30 am Indian time. The Swiss team will go down to St. Petersburg to continue the coup. The Swiss team is excited to have beaten world champions France in a shootout in the pre-quarter. He reached the quarterfinals after overcoming a strong challenge posed by Croatia. Spain have lost eight of their last eight Euro Cup quarter-final appearances. But if they win the quarter, Spain will be back with the cup! First quarter-final in Euro … Switzerland reach the quarter-finals for the first time in Euro Cup history. The handshake is a confidence booster for the team coached by Vladimir Pekovic. It started with a draw with Wales in the group round. Defeated to Italy. They defeated Turkey in the decisive match. The Swiss team sealed the defeat with a 3-1 lead after a goalless draw against France in the pre-quarter. However, a header from Harris Seferovic and a last-minute goal from Mario Gavranovic put the Swiss back on track. The Swiss team proved their mettle by scoring every kick in the shootout. History gives Spain the lead … The Swiss team has only one win in 22 encounters between Spain and Switzerland. Sixteen defeats. The Swiss team does not have big achievements in major tournaments. Reaching the quarter-finals of the 1934, 1938 and 1954 World Cups was a notable achievement. Spain started slowly. Despite playing 917 passes, he failed to score against Sweden. The second match ended in a draw with Poland. In the final match, Spain defeated Slovakia by five goals to advance to form. He also scored five goals for Croatia in the pre-quarter. After a 1-3 lead over Croatia, a 3-3 draw in regulation time exposed the cracks in Spain’s defense.
Who will play in the team … Switzerland will lose the services of Captain Granit Sakka. The Arsenal midfielder, who shone in the midfield against France, has been suspended for a yellow card. Denis Zachariah will replace him. Sepharovic, who scored a pair of goals against France, will play in front of the Breeze Embolo and in support of Shakiri. Gavranovic, who scored the equalizer in the pre-quarter, will be in the line of substitutes. Spain will retain the same XI that faced Croatia. Possibility starting lineup … Switzerland: Somer (goalie), Elvedi, Akanji, Rodriguez, Widmer, Frowler, Zakari, Suber, Shakiri, Embolo, Seferovic Spain: Simon (goalie), Aspelikuda, Garcia, Laporte, Alba, Coke, Busquets, Pedri, Sarabia, Morata, Ferran Torres.