Granit Xhaka can be suspended for Switzerland’s quarter-final in opposition to Spain on Friday night – the one participant to overlook out by way of suspension out of the eight remaining groups at Euro 2020.
The Arsenal midfielder, who produced a man-of-the-match show because the Swiss surprised the reigning World Champions, picked up a suspension after an accumulation of two yellow playing cards on the event.
In accordance with UEFA’s Article 52, a participant is suspended for the following match after selecting up two yellow playing cards in two completely different matches.
The world champions and favourites exited after Yann Sommer saved Kylian Mbappe’s spot-kick after a 3-Three draw following additional time.
And Xhaka was left completely surprised by his personal workforce’s resilience after they got here again from the lifeless.
“Sorry to say this phrase, but it surely’s f*cking superb, man,” Xhaka informed UEFA after the sport.
“We will make rating the 2-Zero and end the sport however the penalty we missed breaks us slightly bit.
Gamers one reserving away from lacking the semi-finals
Belgium: Alderweireld, T Hazard, Vermaelen
Czech Republic: Coufal, Hlozek, Masopust
Denmark: Damsgaard, Delaney, Jensen, Wass
Italy: Barella, Di Lorenzo, Pessina
Spain: Jordi Alba, Busquets, Rodri, Pau Torres
Switzerland: Akanji, Elvedi, Embolo, Gavranovic, Mbabu, Rodriguez, Schar
England: Phillips, Rice, Foden, Maguire
Ukraine: Sydorchuk, Yarmolenko, Shaparenko, Dovbyk
“After 3-1, to come back again like this in opposition to France, to indicate huge character, this workforce is f***king superb, man.”
Shootout hero Sommer, in the meantime, joked he wished Robert De Niro to play him in a film about their well-known win over Les Bleus.
“Sure, insanity. I’ll give Robert De Niro a name to see if he desires to play me,” the goalkeeper informed German broadcaster ZDF.
“We seen that the French had a part after the 2 targets (to place them 3-1 up) the place they have been barely smug and thought they’d gained and we took benefit of it.”