Saturday June 16, 2012 Group Stage: Group A Finished Stadion Narodowy

  1. Greece end Russia's Euro 2012 dream

    Greece end Russia's Euro 2012 dream

    Greece invoked the spirit of Euro 2004 as they reached the Euro 2012 last eight at the expense of Russia with a shock 1-0 win in Warsaw. More

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    Time:90'
    • Greece
    • Russia
    • 90+4' There goes the final whistle! Greece are into the last eight. They win 1-0, and Russia are out of the tournament. Astonishing stuff. Greece and the Czechs go through from Group A. The Czechs top the section with a 1-0 win over Poland.
    • 90+3' Almost all over here....
    • 90+1' Berezutsky pushes in the box. Pogrebnyak has been booked for handling in the area. Frantic moments here. Russia have a corner, but it comes to nothing.
    • 89' Into four minutes of time added on.
    • 88' Shirokov heads straight into the arms of Sifakis. Before the Greece keeper claims a deflected shot from Denisov.
    • 87' Russia with almost 70 percent of play and 27 shots at goal, but no goals. Clock against Russia, who need a goal to go through.
    • 86' Russia again on the ball in the Greece half, but the white shirts thump the ball away from the edge of the box. Greek fans celebrating already.
    • 85' Katsouranis carted off in a stretcher but he is back on as Greece are awarded a goalkick.
    • 84' Katsouranis takes a tumble under pressure from Ignashevich. A spot of time-wasting here. Greece trying to break up the pattern of the play.
    • 83' Dzagoev inches wide with a header from Arshavin's cross. That is an inch wide. So, so close to the leveller for Russia. But no goal.
    • 82' Ninis arrives to replace Salpingidis for Greece.
    • 81' Russia earn a corner, but the move ends with Pavlyuchenko bundling a shot over the bar from inside the Greece area.
    • 80' Izmailov takes over from Anyukov for Russia. Last throw of the dice perhaps.
    • 79' Salpingidis fires a fine ball across the face of goal. Malefeev fails to collect the loose ball, but no takers on hand. Fine play by Greece.
    • 78' Berezutsky with a late challenge on Samaras, who has ran himself into the ground tonight. He earns Greece a vital throw-in before lifting the ball out of play on the other side.
    • 77' Pogrebnyak has replaced Glushakov for the Russians.
    • 76' Denisov cracks a shot at goal from 30 yards. Block again by the white shirts. Russia seem to be running out of ideas here. Not cutting open Greece from open play.
    • 75' Roman Pavlyuchenko playing his 50th international match. He has already scored once as a sub at Euro 2012, but would dearly love a goal here.
    • 74' Denisov drives a shot at goal from distance, but easy enougn take for Sifakis in the Greece goal.
    • 73' Russia need a goal here otherwise they are out of the finals. Greece trying to dig in to hold this lead.
    • 72' At the moment, Russia are not getting there as the Czechs lead 1-0 against Poland in Wroclaw. Greece and the Czechs going through at the moment.
    • 71' Dzageov has been booked for a late challenge. And he will miss the last eight clash if Russia get there.
    • 70' Tzavellas cracks a shot off a bar from 25 yards with Malefeev beaten. So close to a 2-0 lead. Greece coming on strong in this second half.
    • 69' Zhirkov brings down Salpingidis. Late challenge and the Greeks have a free-kick from 25-yard range. Zhirkov has been booked.
    • 68' Giorgios Karagounis has now been booked eight times in just 10 European Championship finals appearances.
    • 67' Samaras heads over his bar at the near post. Anyukov then drives an effort miles wide of goal.
    • 66' Makos takes over from Karagounis for Greece. He has had a fine match tonight in his record-equalling game for Greece.
    • 65' Russia have had 19 shots on goal. But only one on target which tells you everything about their failings tonight so far.
    • 64' Advocaat furious with the referee after another decision from the referee causes controversy. This time going against Russia.
    • 63' Gekas departs to be replaced by Holebas for Greece.
    • 62' Pavlyuchenko slams the ball across the face of the Greek goal. Cross flies out of play.
    • 61' Greece need to get their minds back on the job. Could have set them up for a 2-0 lead.
    • 60' Karagounis goes to ground under Ignashevich, but the Greece skipper has been booked. That is a huge decision. Should perhaps have been a penalty.
    • 59' Salpingidis arrives in the box as it flew across the Russian box. Russia living so dangerously here.
    • 58' Anyukov forced to nudge the ball over the bar from Torosidis's ball into the box. Inches away from a second Greece goal.
    • 57' Greece being restricted to efforts from long range as Samaras is nudged out of the way by Berezutsky. Free-kick to Greece.
    • 56' Greece working ever so hard to close down space. Denisov drags a shot wide from distance. Good hit, but no direction.
    • 55' Zhirkov runs into a white wall of Greece players before Samaras seems to be fouled by Anyukov. Seemed to be a foul on the Celtic forward, but not given.
    • 54' Greece have scored three goals from six shots on target at Euro 2012, and one of the other shots was a missed penalty.
    • 53' Dick Advocaat making plenty of gestures in the technical area, but can Russia respond? Pavlyuchenko slams a shot well wide of goal.
    • 52' The Greece fans in party mood in the stands. Long way to go, but their side are clinging to this lead here.
    • 51' Shirokov leans back and drags the effort over the bar and another chance passes Russia by. Still 0-0 in the Poland-Czech match.
    • 50' Samaras showing some skill again. Chance to slide in a team-mate, but he slams a shot wide. Should have looked for the pass from that range.
    • 49' Samaras taken out of the action late by Anyukov. That was a sliding tackle. Wasn't hanging about there.
    • 48' Berezutsky forced to tackle Samaras out wide. Celtic man not playing as a striker, but looks a threat out wide for Greece on the break.
    • 47' Pavlyuchenko has been brought on to take over from Kerzhakov for Russia.
    • 46' Russia get this second period underway. Work to be done for Dick Advocaat's side.
    • 45+3' There goes the whistle for the break. Greece lead 1-0 at half-time. Would you believe it? Greece are heading into the last eight unless Russia can hit back.
    • 45+2' GOAL! Karagounis races into the Russia box before firing a shot under Malafeev. Greece have the lead. Awful defending by Russia it must be said. All over the place at the throw-in.
    • 44' We are into two minutes of time added on in the first period.
    • 43' This was the approach that saw Greece win Euro 2004. Russia with 13 shots at goal compared to one from Greece. Tells the story.
    • 42' Shirokov slams a shot into the Greece box, but so many bodies in that box. Greece defending manfully and in numbers.
    • 41' It remains 0-0 between Czech Republic and Poland. Russia on the ball at the back. All very deliberate. Keeping the ball. Familiar story.
    • 40' Torosidis lifts a high ball into the Russian area. Easy enough take for Malafeev before Glushakov brings down Karagounis in the middle of the park.
    • 39' Samaras throws over a decent cross from out wide. Ignashevich heads away for Russia. Greece trying to keep it tight, but they have no bodies forward.
    • 38' Zhirkov certainly likes a strike as he thumps a shot over the bar from 25 yards out. Hit that with some pace, but not on target. Good effort.
    • 37' Greece with 11 men in the Russian half. They have a familiar game plan here this evening. And that is not to concede. At some point, they are going to have to come out.
    • 36' Kerzhakov fails to connect with a loose ball in the box, but there are suggestions Dzagoev was being fouled off the ball.
    • 35' Pilar and Dzagoev need a goal tonight to become the first players since 2004 to score in all European Championship group matches when Baros and Van Nistelrooy managed it.
    • 34' Shirokov takes a tumble in the box. Not sure there was much contact, but Karagounis certainly seemed to bump the Russian player in the back.
    • 33' It remains 0-0 between Czech Republic and Poland. All to play for in that one as the rain tumbles down in Wroclaw. And all to play for here in Warsaw.
    • 32' Greece content to keep it tight at the moment. A few concerned faces among the Russian fans. Has not been easy for their side so far.
    • 31' Denisov brings down Samaras as he tried to gallop up the park. Russia not using the ball overly quickly.
    • 30' Berezutsky rises to head clear the cross from Torosidis. Nice ball, but the big Russian defender kept his eyes on the prize to clear the danger.
    • 29' Tzavellas is fouled by Dzagoev and Greece have the ball before Samaras is robbed of the ball. Greece really don't want to fall behind in this match.
    • 28' Greece content to let Russia have the ball at the halfway line. Glushakov decides to thump a long shot at goal. Over the bar.
    • 27' Papadopoulos back to clear the ball from Arshavin's ball across the goal. Superb clearance. Had to get that one spot on.
    • 26' Salpingidis pushing Zhirkov in the back in the Russia box. The Russians just guilty of switching off every now and again.
    • 25' Anyukov just fails to gallop on to a pass from Shirokov. That will be a goal-kick to Greece. A full house in Warsaw for this one tonight.
    • 24' Fernando Santos is out of his technical area attempting to encourage his side to come up with a bit more going forward. Russia dictating the pace and the tempo.
    • 23' All very patient from Russia as they roll the ball about. Dick Advocaat looking quite composed on the bench. Shirokov's shot is deflected wide of goal.
    • 22' Russia full-backs bombing up the park. Greece really need to get up the park here. No point in playing in their own half.
    • 21' Russia trying to get on the ball, and keep it for a period in time. Samaras back to win the ball from Arshavin.
    • 20' No goals yet in the other match in Group A as Poland and Czech Republic battle it out. Russia heading through with the Czechs at the moment.
    • 19' Alexander Kerzhakov is yet to manage a shot on target at Euro 2012 - nine off target, two blocked.
    • 18' Ball breaks to Arshavin 20 yards from goal, but his effort spins wide of the target. All going on here. Very even, but both teams know the value of this first goal.
    • 17' Dzagoev slams a shot at goal from distance, but a comfortable enough take for Sifakis in the Greek goal.
    • 16' Samaras rises to head clear the corner from Arshavin. Lovely break by Greece as Gekas just fails to pick out Samaras on the break for Greece. Greece looking dangerous on the break.
    • 15' Malafeev out to punch the clearance away before Katsouranis is forced to wallop the ball away after a blistering run by Zhirkov. What a run that was.
    • 14' Berezutsky heads the ball away from Samaras as Greece earn another corner here.
    • 13' Karagounis taken out of the game late in the middle of the park. Giorgios Karagounis has been fouled more often than any other player so far at Euro 2012.
    • 12' Greece trying to keep the ball before Malafeev is forced to dash back and take the ball as a high ball threatened to spin over his head.
    • 11' Kerzhakov drills a volley at goal. Inches away there. Brilliant effort from the edge of the box. That was so, so close....
    • 10' Lovely ball into the middle by Dzagoev. Both teams now carving out chances here. Humid sort of night in Warsaw for this one as Dzagoev lifts a shot miles over the bar.
    • 9' Arshavin pops up in the middle to direct a volley at goal, but Sifakis is equal to it. Fine stop by the Greek goalkeeper. We remain at 0-0.
    • 8' Five of Russia’s last seven goals at major tournaments have been scored (one) or assisted (four) by Arshavin.
    • 7' Samaras dinks the ball into the middle of the Russian box, but Salpingidis just fails to connect on the cross. Another decent move by Greece.
    • 6' Anyukov still on the deck getting treatment. Denisov whacks the ball long down the park and we can resume here with the score level at 0-0.
    • 5' Gekas and Anyukov collide going for the same ball. A bit of a problem here. Clash of heads and he is in need of some treatment.
    • 4' Greece earn a corner in this match in the opening moments. Karagounis throws in the corner and Katsouranis's volley is tipped away by Malafeev. Almost a shock opener for Greece.
    • 3' Salpingidis caught offside before Samaras picks up again for Greece. Fine tackle by Anyukov to win the ball from the darting Maniatis.
    • 2' Greece have only scored through substitutes at Euro 2012. Their two goalscorers, Salpingidis and Gekas, are in the starting side tonight. Samaras makes a fine run forward.
    • 1' We are off and running. Huge game for both countries here.
    • 19.40 Teams out on the park and we are almost ready to go in this one.
    • 19.35 MATCH ODDS for this one. If you are fancing a bet. Greece 4/1, Russia 8/11, Draw 11/4
    • 19.30 The Greeks have never won their final group game at the Euros (D1 L2) – one of those defeats coming against Russia in 2004. The Greeks have never won their final group game at the Euros (D1 L2) – one of those defeats coming against Russia in 2004.
    • 19.25 Dick Advocaat (Russia): "In the second half we did not play that great against Poland, but that had to do with losing the ball unnecessarily. The first half was very good. There were not too many chances for either team and in the second half Poland did a lot better. We simply have to get better. Kerzhakov is a player who is going to take his opportunities and he can score a goal out of nothing, even though he may not play that well. He can score goals and has done that his whole career."
    • 19.22 Russia are guaranteed to reach the quarter-finals with a win or a draw. A win will guarantee them to finish top of their group. A draw will see them finish top should Czech Republic not beat Poland or Poland beating the Czechs by an overwhelming margin. A defeat could also see Russia through, provided that the other match is drawn and the Russians do not lose by a margin of at least six.
    • 19.20 Greece need a win to qualify for the quarter-finals. If Greece win, they will finish level with Russia and their superior head-to-head record will see them through. Should a three-way tie arise with Greece, Czech Republic and Russia all on four points, Greece will never have the worst head-to-head record of the three. To have any chance of finishing top of the group, Greece need to beat Russia by at least three goals.
    • 19.15 Fernando Santos (Greece): "It has been written in the (Greek) press that our team was not well-prepared in the first two matches against the Czech Republic and Poland... but this was not the case. Our players had DVDs of each team we were to face in the group stage during our training camp in Austria (in May). Here (in Poland) we gave to each player, four days before our matches, a dossier with all the general characteristics of each team and also the particular qualities of each player."
    • 19.10 Fanis Gekas replaces Kostas Fortounis for Greece and Kostas Chalkias, injured against the Czech Republic, takes his place on the bench with Michalis Sifakis starting in goal. Giorgos Karagounis equals Theodoros Zagorakis's national record as he makes his 120th appearance.
    • 19.05 Teams: Greece: Sifakis, Maniatis, K. Papadopoulos, Tzavellas, Torossidis, Papastathopoulos, Karagounis, Katsouranis, Samaras, Salpingidis, Gekas SUBS: Chalkias, Tzorvas, Malezas, Holebas, Makos, Fotakis, Ninis, Fortounis, Fetfatzidis, Liberopoulos, Mitroglou////Russia: Malafeev, Anyukov, Ignashevich, Zhirkov, Berezutski, Shirokov, Denisov, Dzagoev, Glushakov, Arshavin, Kerzhakov SUBS: Akinfeev, Shunin, Sharonov, Granat, Nababkin, Izmailov, Kombarov, Semshov, Pavlyuchenko, Pogrebnyak
    • 19.00 Russia midfielder Konstantin Zyryanov was sick on Friday but otherwise Russia's Dick Advocaat has a "fit and healthy squad". The coach is set to retain misfiring striker Alexander Kerzhakov, who has missed a glut of chances in Russia's two games.
    • 18.55 Greece coach Fernando Santos is set to make changes with defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos available after serving a one-match suspension. Goalkeeper Michalis Sifakis will probably start after replacing the injured Kostas Chalkias midway through the first-half against the Czechs. Midfielder Giorgos Karagounis is poised to equal Theodoros Zagorakis's national record of 119 caps.
    • 18.50 Greece and Poland need a win to advance. Both teams are also guaranteed to advance if they triumph tonight. You can follow the other match in Group A with us LIVE tonight. Follow Czech Republic v Poland LIVE
    • 18.45 Good evening and welcome to LIVE coverage of Greece against Russia from Group A. Greece need a win otherwise they are out whatever happens in the other match between Poland and Czech Republic. Russia will go through as unbeaten Group A winners with a victory here tonight. All to play for then.
  • Summary

    • 83' Dzagoev inches wide with a header from Arshavin's cross. That is an inch wide. So, so close to the leveller for Russia. But no goal.
    • 79' Salpingidis fires a fine ball across the face of goal. Malefeev fails to collect the loose ball, but no takers on hand. Fine play by Greece.
    • 70' Tzavellas cracks a shot off a bar from 25 yards with Malefeev beaten. So close to a 2-0 lead. Greece coming on strong in this second half.
    • 58' Anyukov forced to nudge the ball over the bar from Torosidis's ball into the box. Inches away from a second Greece goal.
    • 45+2' GOAL! Karagounis races into the Russia box before firing a shot under Malafeev. Greece have the lead. Awful defending by Russia it must be said. All over the place at the throw-in.
    • 38' Zhirkov certainly likes a strike as he thumps a shot over the bar from 25 yards out. Hit that with some pace, but not on target. Good effort.
    • 27' Papadopoulos back to clear the ball from Arshavin's ball across the goal. Superb clearance. Had to get that one spot on.
    • 15' Malafeev out to punch the clearance away before Katsouranis is forced to wallop the ball away after a blistering run by Zhirkov. What a run that was.
    • 11' Kerzhakov drills a volley at goal. Inches away there. Brilliant effort from the edge of the box. That was so, so close....
    • 10' Lovely ball into the middle by Dzagoev. Both teams now carving out chances here. Humid sort of night in Warsaw for this one as Dzagoev lifts a shot miles over the bar.
    • 9' Arshavin pops up in the middle to direct a volley at goal, but Sifakis is equal to it. Fine stop by the Greek goalkeeper. We remain at 0-0.
    • 7' Samaras dinks the ball into the middle of the Russian box, but Salpingidis just fails to connect on the cross. Another decent move by Greece.
    • 4' Greece earn a corner in this match in the opening moments. Karagounis throws in the corner and Katsouranis's volley is tipped away by Malafeev. Almost a shock opener for Greece.
    • 19.05 Teams: Greece: Sifakis, Maniatis, K. Papadopoulos, Tzavellas, Torossidis, Papastathopoulos, Karagounis, Katsouranis, Samaras, Salpingidis, Gekas SUBS: Chalkias, Tzorvas, Malezas, Holebas, Makos, Fotakis, Ninis, Fortounis, Fetfatzidis, Liberopoulos, Mitroglou////Russia: Malafeev, Anyukov, Ignashevich, Zhirkov, Berezutski, Shirokov, Denisov, Dzagoev, Glushakov, Arshavin, Kerzhakov SUBS: Akinfeev, Shunin, Sharonov, Granat, Nababkin, Izmailov, Kombarov, Semshov, Pavlyuchenko, Pogrebnyak
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      Substitution Out83′ 6.1 7
      Goal Yellow Card Substitution Out67′ 7.7 8
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  1. Edison, if Portugal and Denmark both win 1-0. Germany­ beat Portugal, Portugal beat Denmark and in the­ scenario above Denmark beats Germany. Germany does not­ go through to next round. That's just how the tie­ break rules work.

    From Nooner, on Sun 17 Jun 17:28
  2. Russia have a better goal difference than Greece, so­ why do Greece go through? There's no point in­ trying to score goals then, better off just playing­ like chelsea did against Barcelona and hope you can get­ a goal on the break. A dissapointing result in my­ opinion, Russia would have provided better competition­ in the next stage.

    From Keith, on Sun 17 Jun 14:07
  3. The way I see the Karagounis yellow card is that the­ referee didn`t see any physical contact between the­ Russian defender and the Greek midfielder inside the­ penalty box and UEFA have probably told all referee`s­ and linesmen, but especially referee`s that if they are­ in a good position to make a clear judgement call­ either way for a deliberate foul with body contact or a­ fall when in possession and no body contact he has to­ give the penalty, spot kick and a yellow card to the­ defender or a yellow card to the attacking player for­ trying to cheat using ungentlemanly conduct. Now if the­ referee thought it a brazen enough attempt to cheat­ using playacting on the part of Karagounis he could­ have shown him a red card, especially if he had­ attempted to do it within the same match. This is where­ I believe a video referee such as is used in rugby­ union could and should be used for a second and final­ decision if the match official referee was unsighted or­ he feels an incorrect judgement would be prejudicial to­ the outcome of the match for either team. A slow motion­ replay of the incident from different angles and­ perspectives should highlight whether the referee was­ right or wrong in his judgement, but until slo-mo,­ video referee officials are brought in the match­ official referee is the final arbiter of the decision­ made whether it was correct or incorrect his human­ judgement is final and cast in the rule book of­ association football worldwide.

    From Stuart, on Sun 17 Jun 7:03
  4. For group B matches, If Denmark win against Germany,­ regardless of the score, Denmark and Germany will go­ through even if Portugal win 10-0 against the­ Netherland. Denmark will top the table because of (a)­ (Post 127) and Germany will be second because Germany­ already won against Portugal. This is my opinion..

    From Edison, on Sun 17 Jun 5:54
  5. I also don't quite understand but this is what I­ thought. Because the points are the same, they will­ look at (a) (source=post no 127 by stephen). Greece got­ 3 points while Russia 0.. This situation will be­ different if before match between Greece and Russia,­ both of the team share the same point (e.g 3 points) If­ lets say they draw in this (both team get 1 point),­ other rule will be applied, such as the goal­ differences..

    From Edison, on Sun 17 Jun 5:46
  6. wow, am fuckin happy the 2 fuckin host are furkin out,­ fuckin racists

    From Peter E. J, on Sun 17 Jun 4:02
  7. If both Portugal and Denmark win 1:0 then there is a 3­ way tie with 6 ptswith Germany! a) higher number of­ points obtained in the matches among the teams in­ question; (3 pts from head tto head) b) superior goal­ difference in the matches among the teams in question­ (all teams N=0, P=0 & D=0 from H2H) c) higher­ number of goals scored in the matches among the teams­ in question (P=3, D=3, G=1) In this scenario Portugal­ and Denmark go through because Germany only scored 1­ goal against the tie break teams!

    From Nooner, on Sun 17 Jun 1:39
  8. @Nico, if Portugal and denmark loose their games, they­ both go out i think. its even more complex if they both­ win

    From Kamau N, on Sun 17 Jun 1:08
  9. I understand head to head because its so simple and­ straightforward. What i dont understand is why russia­ was still topping the group while losing to greece­ untill Czech republic scored????? Thats the bit evading­ my little brain

    From Kamau N, on Sun 17 Jun 0:49
  10. all does countries that, dont have respect for others,­ will be the first to go out in this tournament,,,­ croatia will be the next,,,

    From ike, on Sun 17 Jun 0:49
  11. Chun-Yu why wouldn't Denmark go on Head to Head­ with Holland?

    From Nooner, on Sun 17 Jun 0:45
  12. Confusion comes tomorrow. If Portugal loses and­ Denmark loses than who goes through? Portugal, Denmark­ and Holland would all have 3 points. In the stated­ scenario, Portugal beat Denmark and Denmark beat­ Holland but Holland beat Portugal. Who wins the­ Head-to Head? (rock, paper, scissors)

    From Nooner, on Sun 17 Jun 0:43
  13. in any other tournament the result would be decided on­ goal differance if two teams had equal points why has­ this been changed?

    From John, on Sun 17 Jun 0:19
  14. wow i am shocked. how did Russia not win this group is­ beyond me. what a shame.

    From Juan, on Sat 16 Jun 23:23
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    Disappointed in Russia. Greeks probably fought for­ their salary, they exit next round.

    From Nnamezie, on Sat 16 Jun 23:12
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    Future of football: Chelsea, Greece instead of Barca,­ Russia. Fantastic. I will be watching ice-skating­ instead.

    From Enver, on Sat 16 Jun 23:05
  17. Putin will not be happy....

    From Oleg, on Sat 16 Jun 22:56
  18. If tomorrow Germany beats Denmark and Netherlands win­ 1:0 Portugal. Can Netherlands goes through on head to­ head with Portugal?

    From Chun-Yu, on Sat 16 Jun 22:41
  19. I'm shocked that the Russian team I watched in the­ first match are now on the way home! I have to say the­ refs have been a joke at this tournament & I­ don't know how biased refs get away with it time­ & time again & nothing is done. Bad decisions­ can swing a game & it should not be happening.

    From zoggy, on Sat 16 Jun 22:29
  20. the ball is round.This time was with Greeks. Remember­ the game with Poland lost penalty. And second half­ with Chehia. By mistake we pass second. In reality we­ must pass first.

    From Sophocl, on Sat 16 Jun 22:25
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