The Dutch national team took its first steps on Sunday by defeating Ukraine (3-2) on its way to the eighth European Championship finals. It also ensured that two of the four travel scenarios for the tournament’s continuation were placed in a slightly lower position at Zest. i.e. the two tables if Orange continues as one of the top four numbers 3.
If Orange finish Group C with a victory, it will be the eighth final in Budapest and a possible quarter-final in Baku. In second place, national coach Frank de Boer’s team continues the championship with the eighth finals in London and the possibility of the quarter-finals in Munich.
In the third and fourth travel scenario, the Dutch team ends up as one of the top four No. 3 and remains in the tournament. In scenarios 3 and 4, the eighth final is in Bucharest or Glasgow, and a possible quarter-final match is in Saint Petersburg or Rome.
The semi-finals and final of the European Championship all take place in Wembley, London.
The Netherlands will continue the tournament on Thursday with a Group B match against Austria, which beat North Macedonia 3-1 on Sunday. The last group match against North Macedonia is next Monday.
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