Turkey’s captain Hakan Çalhanoglu faced a bitter aftertaste following his team’s loss to the Netherlands in the Euro 2024 quarterfinals. Despite a valiant effort and a one-goal lead, Turkey couldn’t hold on, ultimately sending them home from the tournament. The raucous crowd of Turkish fans at Berlin’s Olympiastadion witnessed a rollercoaster of emotions as Turkey
As Turkey’s Euro 2024 quarterfinal campaign ended in defeat against the Netherlands, emotions were running high. Captain Hakan Çalhanoglu could not hold back tears at the final whistle, knowing that at 30-years-old, this might have been his last chance at a major tournament final. The disappointment was shared by thousands of Turkey fans in Berlin’s
Turkish supporters heading to the European Championship quarterfinal match against the Netherlands have been displaying a nationalistic hand gesture that has caused controversy. Berlin police intervened, noting that the widespread showing of the gesture turned the march into a political demonstration, which is not permissible during a football event. Despite the gesture not being banned
Austria’s coach Ralf Rangnick expressed disappointment over his team’s Euro 2024 exit at the hands of Turkey. Despite playing four entertaining and intense matches, the Austrian side failed to convert pressure into chances. Their defeat was a result of poor defending, which saw them go behind after just 57 seconds to a buoyant Turkish team.
Euro 2024 has been an eventful tournament so far, with standout performances from key players shaping the course of the competition. One such player is Cody Gakpo, who has been emerging as a star for the Netherlands. Gakpo’s exceptional form has seen him rise to joint-top of the Euro 2024 scoring charts, showcasing his prowess
As the Euro 2024 tournament progresses, teams are facing the challenge of balancing rest and preparation during the first rest days. Various coaches are taking different approaches to this crucial period. While some, like France’s Didier Deschamps, opt for a more relaxed atmosphere, allowing players time with their families, others, such as England’s Gareth Southgate
Euro 2024 is set to provide a platform for some of the brightest young talents in European football to showcase their skills on the international stage. With so many promising players aged 21 or younger set to feature in the tournament, it can be challenging to keep track of all the emerging stars. In this