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Monday, 20 June 2016
2016 European Championship Finals First Phase Group B


England 0 Slovakia 0 [0-0]
Match Summary
England Squad

Slovakia Squad
Team Records
   
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The Fighting Jondas European Championship Squad pre-England  June 2016
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
8. Duda, Indrej 5 December 1994 21 AM Legia Warszawa SA, Poland 13 2
4. Ďurica, Ján 10 December 1981 34 CD FC Lokomotiv Moskva, Russia 82 4
21. Ďuriš, Michal 1 June 1988 28 F FC Viktoria Plzeň, Czech Republic 28 4
6. Greguš, Ján 29 January 1991 25 M FC Křbenhavn, Denmark 7 0

signed from FK Jablonec, Czech Republic on 19 June

5. Gyömbér, Norbert 3 July 1992 23 CD/
DM
AS Roma SpA, Italy, on loan from Calcio Catania SpA, Italy 13 0
17. Hamšík, Marek 27 July 1987 28 M SSC Napoli SpA, Italy 89 19
13. Hrošovský, Patrik 22 April 1992 24 M FC Viktoria Plzeň, Czech Republic 13 0
15. Hubočan, Tomáš 17 September 1985 30 D FC Dinamo Moskva, Russia 45 0
23. Kozáčik, Matúš 27 December 1983 32 G FC Viktoria Plzeň, Czech Republic 19 15 GA
19. Kucka, Juraj 26 February 1987 29 M AC Milan SpA, Italy 49 5
20. Mak, Robert 8 March 1991 25 M Panthessalonikios Athlitikos Omilos Konstantinoupoliton, Greece 29 7
1. Mucha, Ján 5 December 1982 33 G ŠK Slovan Bratislava 46 45 GA
11. Nemec, Adam 2 September 1985 30 F Willem II Tilburg, Netherlands 24 6
12. Novota, Ján 29 November 1983 32 G Sk Rapid Wien, Austria 3 1 GA
22. Pečovský, Viktor 24 May 1983 33 M MŠK Žilina 33 1
2. Pekarik, Peter 30 October 1986 29 RB Hertha Berliner SC von 1892 eV, Germany 69 2
16. Saláta, Kornel 24 January 1985 31 D ŠK Slovan Bratislava 37 2
9. Šesták, Stanislav 16 December 1982 33 F Ferencvárosi TC, Hungary 65 13
14. Skriniar, Milan 11 February 1995 21 CD UC Sampdoria SpA, Italy 2 0
3. Škrtel, Martin 15 December 1984 31 CD Liverpool FC, England 83 5
10. Stoch, Miroslav 19 October 1989 26 M Bursaspor KD, Turkey, on loan from Fenerbahce SK, Turkey 55 6
18. Švento, Dusan 1 August 1985 30 LB 1.FC Köln 01/07 eV, Germany 41 1
Signed for SK Slavia Praha on 6 June, effective 30 June 2016.
7. Weiss, Vladimir 30 November 1989 26 M Al-Gharafa, Qatar 54 5

Squad details correct up to and including Slovakia's match against Russia on 15 June 2016.
Tallies taken from UEFA.com

Diary

Monday, 30 May 2016 - Liverpool defender Martin Škrtel and Napoli midfielder Marek Hamšík are both in Slovakia's squad for their first European Championship appearance. Coach Ján Kozák announced his group 24 hours after Slovakia beat Germany 3-1. Their first game is against Wales on 11 June while they face Russia on 15 June and England on 20 June. Top scorer Robert Vittek did not make the squad, as the 23-goal Slovan Bratislava striker failed to recover from injury.

Saturday, 11 June 2016 - Wales snatched a late winner against Slovakia in their Euro 2016 opener to make a dramatic return to major tournaments after a 58-year absence. Gareth Bale's dipping free-kick gave Wales a half-time lead and sent their fans into raptures. Slovakia's Ondrej Duda punished passive Welsh defending to equalise.

Wednesday, 15 June 2016 - Slovakia defeat Russia to earn their first points and win in the European Championship Finals. Two first half goals from Weiss and Hamšík were enough for the Slovakians to win, despite a Glushakov 80th minute consolation.

Slovakia Form: last six games
D W W D L W  f 9:a 4   success: 60%
- 29 March 2016 -
Republic of Ireland 2 Slovakia
2 [2-2]
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Long (pen), McClean (pen)
Stoch, McShane OG
Fr HD
- 27 May 2016 - Slovakia 3 Georgia 1 [1-0]
Renner Arena Wels, Linz
Nemec (2), Zrel'ák
Kenia
NW
- 29 May 2016 - Germany 1 Slovakia 3 [1-2]
WWK Arena, Augsburg
Gomez (pen)
Hamšík, Ďuriš, Kucka
AW
- 4 June 2016 - Slovakia 0 Northern Ireland 0 [0-0]
Štadión Antona Malatinského, Trnava
  HD
- 11 June 2016 - Wales 2 Slovakia 1 [1-0]
Matmut Atlantique, Bordeaux
Bale, Robson-Kanu
Duda
ECF NL
- 15 June 2016 - Russia 1 Slovakia 2 [0-2]
Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille
Glushakov
Weiss, Hamšík
NW

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