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Every Star of the Match at EURO 2020

EURO 2020 Star of the Match

After each UEFA EURO 2020 game, keep track of who won the Heineken Star of the Match award.

The Heineken Star of the Match award is given to the most outstanding player in each UEFA EURO 2020 match.

The bespoke hand-crafted Star of the Match trophies have taken months to create and are hand-sanded, painted, polished, and finished with the Heineken red star – a one-of-a-kind tribute to a star for a star.

The Technical Observers of UEFA select who gets honored, with the official trophy being presented to the winner after full time.
The selected player’s teams (below) are bolded

Matchday 1

Star of the Match: Watch Sterling’s England winner

11/06: Turkey 0-3 Italy – Leonardo Spinazzola
12/06: Wales 1-1 Switzerland – Breel Embolo
12/06: Denmark 0-1 FinlandChristian Eriksen
12/06: Belgium 3-0 Russia – Romelu Lukaku
13/06: Austria 3-1 North Macedonia – David Alaba
13/06: Netherlands 3-2 Ukraine – Denzel Dumfries
13/06: England 1-0 Croatia – Raheem Sterling
14/06: Scotland 0-2 Czech Republic – Patrik Schick
14/06: Poland 1-2 Slovakia – Milan Škriniar
14/06: Spain 0-0 Sweden – Victor Lindelöf
15/06: Hungary 0-3 Portugal – Cristiano Ronaldo
15/06: France 1-0 Germany – Paul Pogba

 

Matchday 2

16/06: Turkey 0-2 Wales – Gareth Bale
16/06: Italy 3-0 Switzerland – Manuel Locatelli
16/06: Finland 0-1 Russia – Aleksei Miranchuk
17/06: Denmark 1-2 Belgium – Romelu Lukaku
17/06: Ukraine 2-1 North Macedonia – Andriy Yarmolenko
17/06: Netherlands 2-0 Austria – Denzel Dumfries
18/06: Croatia 1-1 Czech Republic – Luka Modrić
18/06: England 0-0 Scotland – Billy Gilmour
18/06: Sweden 1-0 Slovakia – Alexander Isak
19/06: Spain 1-1 Poland – Jordi Alba
19/06: Hungary 1-1 France – László Kleinheisler
19/06: Portugal 2-4 Germany – Robin Gosens

 

Matchday 3

20/06: Italy 1-0 Wales – Federico Chiesa
20/06: Switzerland 3-1 Turkey – Xherdan Shaqiri
21/06: Finland 0-2 Belgium – Kevin De Bruyne
21/06: Russia 1-4 Denmark – Andreas Christensen
21/06: Ukraine 0-1 Austria – Florian Grillitsch
21/06: North Macedonia 0-3 Netherlands – Georginio Wijnaldum
22/06: Czech Republic 0-1 England – Bukayo Saka
22/06: Croatia 3-1 Scotland – Nikola Vlašić
23/06: Sweden 3-2 Poland – Emil Forsberg
23/06: Slovakia 0-5 Spain – Sergio Busquets
23/06: Germany 2-2 Hungary – Joshua Kimmich
23/06: Portugal 2-2 France – Karim Benzema

Round of 16

26/06: Wales 0-4 Denmark – Kasper Dolberg
26/06: Italy 2-1 Austria (aet) – Leonardo Spinazzola
27/06: Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic – Tomáš Holeš
27/06: Belgium 1-0 Portugal – Thorgan Hazard
28/06: Croatia 3-5 Spain (aet) – Sergio Busquets
28/06: France 3-3 Switzerland (aet, Switzerland win 5-4 on pens) – Granit Xhaka
29/06: England 2-0 Germany – Harry Maguire
29/06: Sweden 1-2 Ukraine (aet) – Oleksandr Zinchenko

 

Quarter-finals

02/07: Switzerland 1-1 Spain (aet, Spain win 3-1 on pens) – Unai Simón
02/07: Belgium 1-2 Italy – Lorenzo Insigne
03/07: Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark – Thomas Delaney
03/07: Ukraine 0-4 England – Harry Kane

Semi-finals

06/07: Italy 1-1 Spain (aet, Italy win 4-2 on pens) – Federico Chiesa
07/07: England 2-1 Denmark (aet) – Harry Kane

Final

11/07: Italy vs England

UEFA’s Technical Observers

Packie Bonner, Esteban Cambiasso, Fabio Capello, Cosmin Contra, Corinne Diacre, Jean-François Domergue, Dušan Fitzel, Steffen Freund, Frans Hoek, Aitor Karanka, Robbie Keane, Ginés Meléndez, David Moyes, Mixu Paatelainen, Peter Rudbæk, Willi Ruttensteiner

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