Euro 2020: Rishabh Pant shares “Good Experience watching” England vs Germany at Wembley

Euro 2020: Rishabh Pant (right) with a friend at Wembley Stadium (Courtesy: Instagram)
Rishabh Pant (right) with a friend at Wembley Stadium (Courtesy: Instagram)

Euro 2020, England vs Germany (Eng vs Ger): India’s wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant is making the most of his three-week break ahead of the five-Test series against England, from August 4. With the Euro 2020 fever on, the young batsman decided to show up at the Wembley Stadium to watch England versus Germany on Tuesday. It was a historic night for the Three Lions as they registered their first win against the old rivals in 55 years.

Pant shared the pictures on Instagram and captioned: “Good experience watching football.”

Pant and other Indian cricketers are enjoying a 20-day break following their eight-wicket defeat against New Zealand in the inaugural World Test Champion (WTC) final at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton.  The swashbuckling batter scored a brisk 41 in the second innings.

 

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Euro 2020, England vs Germany (Eng vs Ger): Raheem Sterling and Hary Kane scored a goal each as England reached the quarter-finals of the ongoing Euro Cup after defeating Germany 2-0 on Tuesday.

England defeated Germany in the knockout match of a major tournament for the first time since the 1966 World Cup final.

In the first half, both teams tried hard but weren’t able to score. There were chances but both the goalkeepers ensured no goal was scored.

The intense first witnessed a gripping game but both England and Germany kept their hopes in the Round of 16 match.

Euro 2020, England vs Germany (Eng vs Ger): The second half seemed similar before Sterling in the 75th minute scored a goal to give England the lead. With this score, Sterling has now scored 15 goals in his last 20 matches for England.

Kane doubled England’s advantage in the dying minutes of play to make sure Germany loses all hopes of staging a comeback. With this, Kane equalled Wayne Rooney’s record of seven goals scored at major tournaments for England.
The quarter-final match will be played on Tuesday.

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