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Hungary v France

Summary

Hungary v France (Kick-off 2.00pm). Gary Lineker presents coverage of both sides' second Group F fixture, which takes place at Puskas Arena in Budapest. The Hungarians put up a good fight in their opener against holders Portugal and were level until Raphael Guerreiro's 84th-minute opener, but a late brace from Cristiano Ronaldo ensured the match resulted in a perhaps harsh 3-0 scoreline. The French are bidding to go one better than when they were runners-up in 2016 and got off to a good start with a 1-0 win over Germany, with a Mats Hummels own goal dividing the sides. Analysis is provided by Alan Shearer and Alex Scott, while commentary comes from Jonathan Pearce and Jermaine Jenas.

Review

The second week of Euro 2020 gets into its stride and the feast of free-to-air football continues. A bumper day of three back-to-back matches – and nearly nine hours of uninterrupted coverage – begins with World champions and beaten Euro 2016 finalists France, who are in Hungary (kick-off 2pm BBC1) in the early afternoon, before the main attraction of Portugal meeting Germany elsewhere in Group F (k/o 5pm ITV).

Though Joachim Löw’s Germany will be on home turf and boast a wealth of talent including ex-Premier League wide men Leroy Sané and Serge Gnabry, Portugal will arrive in Munich as favourites thanks to a squad rich in both defensive order and attacking potency. With Rúben Dias, Bernardo Silva and Diogo Jota on the teamsheet, it’s not just about Ronaldo.

Group E then comes into focus in the evening, as Euro 2012 winners Spain face Poland (k/o 8pm BBC1), the latter captained by Robert Lewandowski playing in the wake of a 48-goal season at Bayern Munich.

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CommentatorJonathan Pearce
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  • Hungary v France

    Summary

    Hungary v France (Kick-off 2.00pm). Gary Lineker presents coverage of both sides' second Group F fixture, which takes place at Puskas Arena in Budapest. The Hungarians put up a good fight in their opener against holders Portugal and were level until Raphael Guerreiro's 84th-minute opener, but a late brace from Cristiano Ronaldo ensured the match resulted in a perhaps harsh 3-0 scoreline. The French are bidding to go one better than when they were runners-up in 2016 and got off to a good start with a 1-0 win over Germany, with a Mats Hummels own goal dividing the sides. Analysis is provided by Alan Shearer and Alex Scott, while commentary comes from Jonathan Pearce and Jermaine Jenas.

    Review

    The second week of Euro 2020 gets into its stride and the feast of free-to-air football continues. A bumper day of three back-to-back matches – and nearly nine hours of uninterrupted coverage – begins with World champions and beaten Euro 2016 finalists France, who are in Hungary (kick-off 2pm BBC1) in the early afternoon, before the main attraction of Portugal meeting Germany elsewhere in Group F (k/o 5pm ITV).

    Though Joachim Löw’s Germany will be on home turf and boast a wealth of talent including ex-Premier League wide men Leroy Sané and Serge Gnabry, Portugal will arrive in Munich as favourites thanks to a squad rich in both defensive order and attacking potency. With Rúben Dias, Bernardo Silva and Diogo Jota on the teamsheet, it’s not just about Ronaldo.

    Group E then comes into focus in the evening, as Euro 2012 winners Spain face Poland (k/o 8pm BBC1), the latter captained by Robert Lewandowski playing in the wake of a 48-goal season at Bayern Munich.

    How to watch

    Next showing

    There are no live broadcasts scheduled for this show.

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    PresenterGary Lineker
    GuestAlan Shearer
    GuestAlex Scott
    CommentatorJonathan Pearce
    CommentatorJermaine Jenas

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