Euro 2020: Man United defender Victor Lindelof arrives with Call Of Duty gaming case ahead of Euro 2020; Check

Euro 2020: Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof spotted with a Call Of Duty gaming case, personalised with his name on it
Euro 2020: Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof spotted with a Call Of Duty gaming case, personalised with his name on it

Euro 2020: Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof shared a candid photo of himself on Instagram. In the picture, he can be seen leaving a bus with a Call Of Duty gaming case, personalised with his name on it. He is wearing a navy blue suit which he has teamed up with a white shirt and a tie.

The Swedish international gave a witty caption to the post saying “Left home with the essentials. “His virtual family wished him luck for the upcoming tournament in the comments section.

 

 

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Lindelof along with the Sweden squad have arrived in Spain for their first match in Euro 2020. Sweden will face Spain in the opening match of Group E on June 14. The European Championship will start from June 12 and will end on July 12. The league will be played across 11 major cities of Europe including Budapest, Amsterdam, Bucharest, Rome, Munich, Baku, London, Seville, Glasgow.

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Copenhagen and Saint Petersburg. 24 countries are taking part in this series, out of which only 16 will make it to the next round. The teams that qualify the round of 16 will go to the quarter finals and the top 4 teams of the quarter finals will make it to the semi-final round. Eventually, the top two teams of the semi-final will play the final match that has been scheduled for July 12.

Euro 2020 Sweden Squad: 

Goalkeepers: Robin Olsen, Karl Johan Johnsson, Kristoffer Nordfeldt

Defenders: Mikael Lustig, Pontus Janssson, Ludwig Augustinsson, Andreas Granqvist, Victor Lindelof, Marcus Danielson, Martin Olsson, Emil Krafth, Filip Helander.

Midfielders: Sebastian Larson, Emil Forsberg, Viktor Claeson, Ken Sema, Dejan Kulusevki, Albin Ekdal, Gustav Svensson, Jens Cajuste, Kristoffer Olson, Mattias Svanberg.

Forwards: Marcus Berg, Alexsander Isak, Robin Quaison, Jordan Larsson

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