Luka Modrić EURO 2020 Goal in Running for Best of Tournament!

Daniela Rogulj

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Luka Modrić’s goal in Croatia’s win against Scotland (3:1) was included among the ten most beautiful goals of the European Championship, and the most beautiful will be decided by the fans on the official website of the European Football Federation (UEFA).

Luka Modrić scored for 2:1 against Scotland in the 62nd minute. It was a masterpiece, a blow with the outside of the boot.

With this goal, Modrić entered Croatian football history as the oldest Croatia scorer at the European Championships. He scored at the age of 35 years and 286 days. Modrić is also the youngest scorer for Croatia at the European Championships. At EURO 2008 against Austria, he scored a goal at the age of 22 years and 273 days.

Certainly, the Czech Republic goal by striker Patrik Schick, who scored in the first round of Group D from the center, has the best chance of a prize. The Czech Republic had a counter and Schick shot from the middle of the pitch, going over the head of goalkeeper David Marshall.

Among the nominees for the award are Cristiano Ronaldo, Kevin De Bruyne, Paul Pogba, Lorenzo Insigne, Federico Chiesa, Alvaro Morata, Mikkel Damsgaard and Andriy Jarmolenko.

The selection of the ten most beautiful goals was decided by the Uefa technical commission, which includes Packie Bonner, Esteban Cambiasso, Fabio Capello, Cosmin Contra, Corinne Diacre, Jean-Francois Domergue, Dušan Fitzel, Steffen Freund, Frans Hoek, Aitor Karanka, Robbie Keane, Gines Melendez, David Moyes, Mixu Paatelainen, Peter Rudbk, and Willi Ruttensteiner.

The final decision will be made by the fans by voting on the UEFA website. You can vote here.


LUKA MODRIĆ (CROATIA – Czech Republic 3-1, group)

Andriy Jarmolenko (Ukraine – Netherlands 2-3, group)

Patrik Schick (Czech Republic – Scotland 2-0, group)

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal – Hungary 3-0, group)

Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium – Denmark 2-1, group)

Paul Pogba (France – Switzerland 3-3, 4-5 11m, the round of 16)

Lorenzo Insigne (Italy – Belgium 2-1, quarterfinals)

Federico Chiesa (Italy – Spain 1-1, 4-2 11m, semifinals)

Alvaro Morata (Spain – Italy 1-1, 2-4 11m, semifinals)

Mikkel Damsgaard (Denmark – England 1-2, semifinals)

Source: HRT

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