The veteran George Karagounis sent Greece to the quarter-finals of the European Football Championship, after scoring a beautiful goal in the 45th minute of the game between Greece and Russia. The most probable rival of the Greeks in the quarter-finals is the team of Germany. This possibility provoked humorous comments on the social network Twitter: "Forget about a credit from Russia. If you win against Germany start printing money", wrote a witty fan, while another released the term RUSEXIT.
The trainees of the Portuguese coach Fernando Santos played their strongest game so far during the Euro 2012 and deservedly defeated the team of Russia, which scored its first loss in 16 games. The other game in the group between the teams of the Czech Republic and Poland also finished 1-0, this time in favour of the Czech Republic, which is the leader of the group. The next game of the Greek national team will be on the 22nd of June in Gdansk.
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