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Who won the 2004 Euros?

Who won the 2004 Euros?

Greece national football team
UEFA Euro 2004/Champion

Who did Greece beat Euro 2004?

France
Firm defensive play and an Angelos Charisteas goal on 65 minutes helped Greece defeat France 1–0 and progress to the semi-finals. This victory made Greece the first team to defeat both the holders and the hosts in the same tournament.

Who was the top goalscorer at Euro 2004?

Milan Baroš
Milan Baroš (Czech Republic) Baroš was top scorer at UEFA EURO 2004, hitting five goals.

Has Holland ever won the Euro?

They finished second in the 1974, 1978 and 2010 World Cups, losing to West Germany, Argentina and Spain respectively. They won the UEFA European Championship in 1988….History of the Netherlands national football team.

FIFA ranking
European Championship
Appearances 10 (first in 1976)
Best result Winners, 1988

How many goals did the Euros have in 2004?

77 goals
Goalscorers. There were 77 goals scored in 31 matches, for an average of 2.48 goals per match.

Who is Germany’s youngest Euro appearance maker?

Besides Beckenbauer, Willy Baumgärtner, Paul Janes and Uwe Seeler later became record appearances. The ten youngest players on debut are listed….Youngest players on the debut.

Name Willy Baumgärtner
Birthday 23.12.1890
Opponent Switzerland
Age 17 years, 104 days
Appearance 4

What is the quickest goal ever scored?

However, the fastest goal officially recognised by the Football Association was during a 2004 amateur match between Cowes Sports Res. v Eastleigh Res. Marc Burrows scored the opening goal in just 2.56 seconds of the game.

Where did the UEFA Euro 2004 take place?

UEFA Euro 2004 was a football tournament that took place in Portugal between 12 June and 4 July 2004. The 16 teams that qualified for the competition were required to submit a final 23-man squad by 2 June 2004, although injured squad members could be replaced at any time up to 24 hours before their team’s first match.

Who was in the German Euro 2004 squad?

Germany. Germany named an initial 22-man squad on 24 May 2004, with coach Rudi Völler leaving one space open for an under-21 player. Hamburg defender Christian Rahn withdrew from the squad on 26 May and was replaced by left-back Christian Ziege, who had recently been released by Tottenham Hotspur.

Who was the coach of the Netherlands football team in 1988?

Rinus Michels returned, with his technical assistant Nol de Ruiter, to coach the team for Euro 1988 in West Germany.

How long has the Netherlands been playing football?

The Netherlands national football team has represented the Netherlands in international football matches since 1905.

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