Friday, June 8, 2012

Euro 2012 - Day One

I'm sorry to piggyback posts, but we need to get to the roundup for you folks stuck at work...

Poland 1 Greece 1

The co-hosts blow the lead and a man advantage, but PSV back-up keeper Przemysław Tytoń (it's okay if you just call him "Tyton") came off the bench to stop a penalty with his first action and perhaps save Poland's hopes of advancing from group play.

NSC Man of the Match: Robert Lewandowski (Poland)

Russia 4 Czech Republic 1

Let's put it this way: If Russia had started either Pavlyuchenko or Pogrebnyak instead of Kerzhakov, they may have hit a magnificent seven. Hell, they may have hit five with me instead of Kerzhakov in there today.

NSC Man of the Match: Alan Dzagoev (Russia)

- Greg Seltzer

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