Game of Opinions: The Eurosport football podcast
Angelino exclusive: Pep, Nagelsmann, Werner and why you should support Leipzig
Season 1, Ep. 14
We grabbed Angelino of Leipzig and Manchester City fame to talk his future, Pep Guardiola, Julian Nagelsmann, Timo Werner and much more. Join host Ben Snowball for a revealing chat with the 23-year-old ahead of the Bundesliga's return.
Football is at the front door - England have the chance to make history in Euro 2020 final against Italy
Season 4, Ep. 12
In the latest The Beautiful Game x Eurosport 'Game of Opinions' podcast, the team look back at two epic Euro 2020 semi-finals as England and Italy made it through to Sunday's tantalising final at Wembley. There's talk of the Three Lions' newfound team spirit, Jordan Pickford's form, penalties and the chance for Gareth Southgate's team to write their names in the history books. For their opponents, there is a breakdown of how the Azzurri managed to nullify the threat of Spain and how they plan to silence the Wembley crowd.
England put on complete performance but final four difficulty seperate as all roads lead to Wembley
Season 4, Ep. 11
In the latest Eurosport x The Beautiful Game podcast, Eurosport's Ibrahim Mustapha joins Dotun Abijoh and Deji Odedina to look ahead to the two huge Euro 2020 semi finals.The team dissect England’s demolition of Ukraine and look at the very different challenge Denmark will pose at Wembley after their fine tournament so far.There’s also talk about Italy and whether they can continue their impressive run against a Spain team that many are perhaps underestimating.
England have to attack against Ukraine to send a message out
Season 4, Ep. 10
In the latest episode of the collaboration between Eurosport and The Beautiful Game podcast Ola Fisayo joins Justin Cole and Dotun Abijoh to look ahead to England's clash with the Ukraine on Saturday in the Euro 2020 quarter-finals. The pair discuss who will start in the front three behind Harry Kane, are Buakyo Saka and Jack Grealish the keys to unlocking their opponents?Plus there are thoughts on whether England need to be more attacking or whether they should stay as they are.And finally there is some chat on the other three quarter-finals that are delicately poised.