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Lewandowski, Haaland, Ødegaard to miss Euro2024.

Lewandowski, Haaland, Ødegaard to miss Euro2024.

The terrifyingly strong starting lineup of celebrities who risk missing the Euro 2024 finals includes the Haaland and Lewandowski of Arsenal.

 

Martin Odegaard, Erling Haaland, and Robert Lewandowski might skip Euro 2024.

 

Next summer’s European Championship finals appear to be out of reach for Erling Haaland, Martin Odegaard, and Robert Lewandowski, who also appears destined for the shore.

 

Here is a ridiculous XI of top players who might not make the Euro 2024 in Germany, with some countries’ futures already decided.

 

Giorgi Mamardashvili, a goalkeeper for Georgia.

 

Georgia finished fourth in Group A, but because they already have a play-off spot secured, they are in a better position than third-placed Norway.

The Valencia goalkeeper and his teammates didn’t have much reason to be optimistic after their qualification campaign.

With two games remaining against the top two, they have lost half of their six games to date, though Scotland and Spain might ease off now that they have advanced.

Jeremie Frimpong (Netherlands) is the right back.

 

Although Frimpong only made his international debut this past weekend as a substitute in the defeat to France that has left the Dutch playing catch-up, the Netherlands defender may be the most highly regarded of the right-backs currently worrying about their place at Euro 2024.

Any hope Ghana had of luring him away from their side is dashed by Frimpong’s appearance.

 

Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands) is playing center back.

 

The Liverpool defender recently talked about feeling overworked, so perhaps having the entire summer off will be a blessing in disguise.

Unless Netherlands pull their finger out, that is a very real possibility.

The trip to Athens tonight is crucial for both countries because they are currently tied for third place, three points behind Greece with one game remaining, even though Netherlands have the play-off safety net.

 

Croatia’s Josko Gvardiol plays center back.

 

Croatia is worried about participating in the Euros after a miserable international break.

With two games remaining, Croatia is outside the top two after losing to Wales and Turkey.

Gvardiola started both games.

It’s a good thing that both games are against the bottom two teams in Group D.

because if they mess up and give Wales a free pass to Germany, Gvardiol and his friends will have to advance through the playoffs.

 

Oleksandr Zinchenko is the left back for Ukraine.

To give Ukraine the chance to surpass the defending European champions before the final qualifiers, despite having played one more game, the Arsenal defender will support England against Italy on Tuesday night.

The second qualifying spot from Group B will then be decided in a shootout when Italy and Ukraine face off in Leverkusen the following month.

 

Piotr Zielinski, a Polish midfielder.

 

This past weekend, Poland screwed up by allowing their qualification to slip through their fingers.

They drew 1-1 at home with Moldova under Zielinski’s captaincy to stay one and three points behind Czech Republic and Albania, respectively.

The two countries above them are now searching for snookers because the Poles have played a game more than they have than they have.

Martin Odegaard (of Norway), center midfield.

On Sunday night, the Arsenal captain was silent as Spain assured both Scotland and their places in the championship game. Odegaard and his teammates from Norway can only now make it through the play-offs, whose variations we cannot claim to comprehend.

 

Dejan Kulusevski (Sweden) plays in the attacking midfield.

 

Given that Sweden currently has six points after five qualifying matches, both Kulusevski and Alexander Isak might be heading to the beach next summer instead of Germany.

To avoid being eliminated from successive major tournaments, they must, ideally, defeat already-qualified Belgium on Monday night and win their final two games against Estonia and Azerbaijan.

Action shot of Sweden’s Dejan Kulusevski.

Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, of Georgia, is the attacking midfielder.

 

If Kvaradona wants to play in Germany next summer, Georgia must make it through the playoffs. The Napoli star scored his first goal of the qualifying campaign in the 4-0 victory over Cyprus at the weekend, but Georgia now has a second chance to advance to the European Championship finals thanks to five goals and three assists in six Nations League games.

 

RG18z20Wjq is the hash tag for the EURO 2024 image posted by Khvicha.

UEFA EURO 2024 October 15, 2023 (@EURO2024).

 

Erling Haaland, a Norwegian striker.

The biggest name to be absent from the party in Germany next summer appears to be the ridiculous Manchester City star.

Since Norway hasn’t advanced to a major tournament since 2000, they are relying on assistance from others and will almost certainly need to defeat Scotland in Glasgow.

 

Robert Lewandowski is a Polish striker.

After the last break’s loss to Albania, Lewandowski stated, “We’ve had issues ever since the qualification phase began. The Barcelona striker missed this game because of an ankle injury, and Poland struggled without him against Moldova.

The Polish Football Association and their star player are at odds over who should be held responsible for paying the tab when Lewandowski took his teammates out to dinner during the World Cup.

Worse for wear, FA officials are rumored to have ripped into the players on the way home from the team’s June loss to Moldova.

 

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