Euro 2020: How Albion's internationals have fared so far

With the group stages of the competition now complete, we head into the knockout phase.

By Charlie Hanson • 24 June 2021

By The FA
Ben White is yet to make an appearance for England at Euro 2020.

Four Albion players can now look forward to the knockout rounds of Euro 2020, having come through relatively unscathed from their groups.

Sadly for Jakub Moder and Poland, their journey in the competition came to an end last night when they were defeated 3-2 by Sweden, as they finished bottom of Group E.

Leandro Trossard's Belgium are one of only three teams to have won all of their group matches, as they saw off Denmark, Finland and Russia to finish top of Group B.

Leo played the full 90 minutes in the Red Devils' 2-0 win over Finland. Roberto Martinez's side now face Portugal in Seville this Sunday (27th) in the round of 16, kick-off 8pm.

The Netherlands were another team to enjoy three straight wins in the group stages, with Joel Veltman appearing once as a late substitute in their entertaining 3-2 win over Ukraine.

Victories over Austria and North Macedonia sees the Oranje take on the Czech Republic on Sunday (27th) in Budapest, kick-off 5pm.

Robert Sanchez is yet to make an appearance for Spain, who despite their impressive credentials at international level only finished second in Group E; a group that contained Sweden, Slovakia and Poland.

Luis Enrique's team play on Monday (28th) against Croatia in Copenhagen, kick-off 5pm.

Finally, Ben White has been named in two out of the three England squads as Gareth Soutgate’s men finished top of Group D, drawing against Scotland, while defeating Croatia and the Czech Republic.

That sees them face Germany at Wembley on Tuesday (29th) at Wembley, kick-off 5pm.