Probably the biggest match of the quarterfinals, with the biggest potential of giving us high quality football from both parties, as Spain take on France in what might not be as close of a game as the names suggest, but still should be quite a spectacle, even if you can only watch it on the Internet instead of a TV, for whatever reason you may have.
Spain are obviously the favorites, like in every match they seem to be in. Despite the fact that they’ve never beaten France in a competitive match, the last time being the 2006 World Cup (3-1 France), their reign in European and Global soccer over the last four years obviously puts them as the front runners in the match, no matter what tactic Del Bosque chooses to use (hopefully he plays with a striker).
For France, it’s suddenly back to locker room turmoil, or at least that was what the rumors suggested after the quite shocking loss to Sweden in the last match of the group stage, denying the French a first place finish and a meeting with Italy. Blanc has some issued in the middle of the pitch, but above all, he needs Ribery and Nasri, the driving force of this team, to be healthy and focused in a match which they probably won’t see too much of the ball.
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Link 1 – splives.com
Link 2 – thefirstrow.eu
Link 3 – Sopcast
You can also pay a fee of €2 Euro and watch the match at a very high quality through the UEFA streaming. It’s usually worth the money, without any commercials and pop ups and rarely crashes.