This should be interesting.
Game day again!
IT’S GAME DAY!!!!!!
It’s the last friendly of the summer, which means the next game Juve plays actually means something in the standings.
Game day, everybody!
Big game. Very big game.
It’s the second-to-last day of Euro 2020. But it could be a good day just like yesterday was.
We are about to find out who Italy will play in the Euro 2020 final if the Azzurri make it there.
Eight teams remain. Four will advance over the next two days.
Just like that, it’s the final day of the round of 16.
Two of the biggest countries in the sport take to the field looking to keep their Euro 2020 dreams alive.
Two of Juventus’ biggest names take the field today on the second day of the Euro 2020 Round of 16.
After two days of no games, Euro 2020 is back, baby.
There might be two games today, but there will be plenty of England takes regardless.
If you thought you couldn’t handle three Euro games in a day, here comes four Euro games in a day.
Two games at the same time, man.
Juventus players everywhere!
It’s Kulu time!
It’s Matthijs day! It’s Matthijs day!
Italy’s back and looking to build off an impressive showing in their Euro 2020 debut.
Behold, the Group of Death at Euro 2020 is here.
Be like Woj, grab a soccer ball and give it a hug on your shoulder. Doesn’t that sound like a nice way to start the day?
The weekend is coming to an end, but the Euros are still very much in the early stages of competition.
The first day of the tournament was good. The second? Let’s see!
The Azzurri make their tournament debut with a whole lot of expectations attached their their squad.
Well, here goes nothin’!
It’s trophy day! Well, hopefully it’s a trophy day.
@MilansMaster bench or no bench it is still Juventus bench...if you have a chance try it #ForzaJuve— Marko Pjaca (@marko_pjaca20) November 15, 2016
@MilansMaster bench or no bench it is still Juventus bench...if you have a chance try it #ForzaJuve
Official!The Nike Ordem 4: Official match ball of the Premier League, La Liga & Serie A! pic.twitter.com/MGx8P5fcHq— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) July 11, 2016
Official!The Nike Ordem 4: Official match ball of the Premier League, La Liga & Serie A! pic.twitter.com/MGx8P5fcHq