Euro 2020, England vs Germany: Five big stars to watch out for in ENG vs GER

Euro 2020, England vs Germany: Five stars to watch out in ENG vs GER
Euro 2020, England vs Germany: Five stars to watch out in ENG vs GER

Euro 2020, England vs Germany: Five big stars to watch out for in ENG vs GER; England set to host Germany in a mouth watering round of 16 clash at the Wembley Stadium. The match is set to be played at 9.30 PM IST and will be live on SonyLIV.

Harry Kane (England): Harry Kane has had an underwhelming Euro 2020 so far. The England captain hasn’t able to justify his potential as he looked clueless in front of the goals so far.

But with knockout being a different ball game altogether Kane has all the reason to pile more misery on Germany.

The Tottenham Hotspur forward had an outstanding season as he recorded the most number of goals alongside the most number of assists for the North London club.

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Jack Grealish (England): current hot property of the England team, Jack Grealish seized his chances as he showed some impressive display against the Czech Republic.

The Aston Villa winger provided the assist which led to the only goal of the game. Gareth Southgate faced severe criticism for not picking him up in the starting lineup in the first two games.

The 25 year old is set to have another go as he is poised to get another chance against Germany.

Harry Maguire (England): Harry Maguire returned to the starting lineup and had a rock-solid display as the Three Lions registered a clean sheet.

The Manchester United skipper will face an uphill task against the mighty Germans.

Serge Gnabry (Germany): The Bayern Munich forward is expected to lead the line once again. Gnabry is yet to hit the target in the tournament but his intelligent runs between the opponent defence created spaces for the other players.

Toni Kroos (Germany): The midfield general will have the license once again to go for the kill. the World Cup winner rarely has an off game and his vision to find the right pass could prove to be quite effective against the English side.

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