Euro 2012 TV Schedule: Matchups That Will Produce Unforgettable Highlights

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Euro 2012 TV Schedule: Matchups That Will Produce Unforgettable Highlights
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We are currently in the midst Day 6 of the 2012 European Championship and, as of writing this column, Portugal is about to square off against Denmark in what should be an incredible match.

There have been plenty of insane highlights so far during this tournament, and it has only just begun. There are six days still remaining in group play, and many more awesome goals are surely to come once the knockout rounds hit.

Let’s take a look at who has a chance to make some memories at Euro 2012.

 

Cristiano Ronaldo – Portugal

Portugal is on the ropes after losing their first match to Germany, but Ronaldo has the chops to bring this team back from the brink.

He’s one of the most brilliant pure goal scorers to ever play the game and has netted a ridiculous 146 over the past three seasons with Real Madrid.

The side needs to get him more touches and more chances to create, as Ronaldo has proven he will not disappoint.

 

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Robert Lewandowski – Poland

Lewandowski is quickly becoming a household name after leading Borussia Dortmund to the Bundelisga title and scoring Poland’s first goal in Euro 2012.

The 23-year-old striker has great size and a knack for finding the back of the net. He’s put home 15 goals in 44 appearances with the national team. He’ll need to get at least one or two more soon if the home side is going to advance out of group stages.

 

Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Sweden

The 30-year-old captain of the Swedish national team isn’t afraid to score. He’s got 32 goals in 78 appearances with the side, with one coming against Ukraine already in this tournament.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough and the Ukrainians took home a victory. Ibrahimovic will need to create some memorable goals in a hurry to help Sweden advance.

 

Date

Time (p.m. ET)

Team

v

Team

Group

Venue

TV Info 

June 13

12:00

Denmark

v

Portugal

Group B

Arena Lviv

ESPN (US), ESPN Deportes (US) ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 13

2:45

Netherlands

v

Germany

Group B

Metalist Stadium

ESPN (US), ESPN Deportes (US) ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 14

12:00

Italy

v

Croatia

Group C

Stadion Miejski (Poznan)

ESPN (US), ESPN Deportes (US) ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 14

2:45

Spain

v

Ireland

Group C

PGE Arena

ESPN (US), ESPN Deportes (US) ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 15

12:00

Ukraine

v

France

Group D

Donbass Arena

ESPN (US), ESPN Deportes (US) ESPN3 (US), IInternational Coverage

June 15

2:45

Sweden

v

England

Group D

Kiev Olympic Stadium

ESPN (US), ESPN Deportes (US) ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 16

2:45

Czech Republic

v

Poland

Group A

Stadion Miejski (Wroclaw)

ESPN2 (US), ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 16

2:45

Greece

v

Russia

Group A

National Stadium

ESPN (US), ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 17

2:45

Portugal

v

Netherlands

Group B

Metalist Stadium

ESPN (US), ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 17

2:45

Denmark

v

Germany

Group B

Arena Lviv

ESPN2 (US), ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 18

2:45

Croatia

v

Spain

Group C

PGE Arena

ESPN (US), ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 18

2:45

Italy

v

Ireland

Group C

Stadion Miejski (Poznan)

ESPN2 (US), ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 19

2:45

England

v

Ukraine

Group D

Donbass Arena

ESPN (US), ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

June 19

2:45

Sweden

v

France

Group D

Kiev Olympic Stadium

ESPN2 (US), ESPN3 (US),International Coverage

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