The latest UEFA Euro 2020 news, insight and analysis from Mark Chapman, Steve Crossman, Emma Saunders and the rest of the BBC Radio 5 Live Football Daily team.
Glory for Raheem as Croatia end Scotland’s dream
There was joy for England fans but heartbreak for Scotland supporters, as the final games in Group D were played out with mixed success for the home nations. On this episode of the pod, Mark Chapman is joined by John Murray, Chris Waddle and Karen Carney, who were all at Wembley to witness England beating the Czech Republic 1-0. And they delve deep inside the England camp, as they are joined by the stars of this England side: Goal scorer, Raheem Sterling, manager Gareth Southgate, Harry Maguire and Bukayo Saka - who all give their unique take on the game.
Then it’s off to Hampden, where Pat Nevin and James McFadden watched Scotland lose 3-1 to Croatia. They give their views on Scotland’s tournament as a whole and hear from Callum McGregor, David Marshall and Scotland boss, Steve Clarke.
1:00 – Chris Waddle and Karen Carney on England’s win
5:00 – Bukayo Saka with Kelly Somers
7’10 – Chris Waddle praising the performance of Bukayo Saka
8:10 – Raheem Sterling with John Murray
15:00 – Harry Maguire with John Murray
17:00 – England manager Gareth Southgate
21’30 – Scotland chat with Pat Nevin and James McFadden
24’00 – Steve Clarke with Eilidh Barbour
27’00 – James McFadden on Scotland’s tournament
29’00 – Goal scorer, Callum McGregor
32’00 – David Marshall interview
Covid-19 disrupts the England and Scotland camps
Steve Crossman is joined by John Murray, Ian Dennis, Dion Dublin, Pat Nevin and Chris Sutton to dissect the news that Billy Gilmour has tested positive for Covid-19 consequently putting Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell in isolation for the moment.
Gareth Southgate talks about how he found out about the news as well as his opinions on the resilience of his captain Harry Kane.
Plus the former Denmark international Martin Laursen joins the pod to reflect on an incredible night in Copenhagen.
Wonderful Wales keep the dream alive
Wales are through to the last 16 despite a nerve-wracking 1-0 defeat to Italy which saw 10 men Wales fighting to keep their score line down to confirm their 2nd place finish.
Steve Crossman is joined by former Wales manager Mark Hughes, ex-Wales captain Ashley Williams and former Wales striker Nathan Blake to react to their hard fought, automatic qualification.
Plus, Mina Rzouki gives us the low down on group topping Italy and we get the latest from the Scotland and England camps with Lyndon Dykes and Phil Foden.
00’10 – Mark Hughes and Ashley Williams reaction to Wales going through
2’06 – Nathan Blake joins us from Rome
10’05 – Gareth Bale reaction
18’39 – Aaron Ramsey reaction
22’11 – Rob Page reaction
26’04 – Mina Rzouki on Italy
31’28 – Lyndon Dykes on Scotland's golf day, his relationship with Che Adams and national anthems
35’22 – Emma Saunders on the latest from the England camp
38’16 – Phil Foden on Harry Kane, Father's Day and Czech Republic
BONUS: All About Klinsmann
Former German international Jurgen Klinsmann joins Steve Crossman to look back on his illustrious career.
Jurgen also gives his thoughts on the national team now and Englands chances at the Euros .
Hungary frustrate France, Spain stall and a German thriller
Steve Crossman brings you reaction as Group F set the Euros alight on Saturday, with Hungary holding world champions France to a draw in front of 60,000 fans in Budapest.
We’ll be in the Hungarian capital to hear more about the raucous atmosphere inside the Puskas arena and we’ll discuss what the result means for both teams.
We’ll also be inside the Allianz Arena to dissect Germany’s stunning win over Portugal and what does Spain’s second draw in a row mean for Luis Enrique’s side?
And then it’s all things Wales with Rob Phillips and Hal Robson-Kanu dropping by ahead of their final group match against Italy. We’ll also hear from Gareth Bale and discuss Roberto Mancini’s entertaining pre-match press conference.
BONUS: Rio Ferdinand's England dissection
Former England international Rio Ferdinand joins Mark Chapman to dissect England's performance at Wembley against Scotland. The guys discuss Harry Kane's lack of impact & where it wrong tactically for Gareth Southgate.