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UEFA Euro 2000 knockout stage

The knockout stage of UEFA Euro 2000 started with the first quarter-final on 24 June and ended with the final on 2 July 2000.

Qualified teams

Group Winners Runners-up
A  Portugal  Romania
B  Italy  Turkey
C  Spain  Yugoslavia
D  Netherlands  France

Bracket

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
25 June – Bruges        
  Spain  1
28 June – Brussels
  France  2  
  France (aet)  2
24 June – Amsterdam
      Portugal  1  
  Turkey  0
2 July – Rotterdam
  Portugal  2  
  France (aet)  2
24 June – Brussels    
    Italy  1
  Italy  2
29 June – Amsterdam
  Romania  0  
  Italy (pen.)  0 (3)
25 June – Rotterdam
      Netherlands  0 (1)  
  Netherlands  6
  Yugoslavia  1  
 

Quarter-finals

In the first quarter-final, Portugal defeated Turkey thanks to a brace from striker Nuno Gomes. Italy beat Romania by the same scoreline, with Francesco Totti and Filippo Inzaghi scoring a goal apiece.

The Netherlands thrashed Yugoslavia 6–1 in the third match, Patrick Kluivert (3) and Marc Overmars (2) amongst the scorers. In the final game, Spain's European dream came to an end with a 2–1 loss to France: Gaizka Mendieta's penalty goal was sandwiched by goals from Zinedine Zidane and Youri Djorkaeff.

Turkey vs Portugal

24 June 2000
18:00
Turkey  0–2  Portugal
Report Nuno Gomes Goal 44'56'
Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam
Attendance: 42,000
Referee: Dick Jol (Netherlands)
Turkey
Portugal
GK 1 Rüştü Reçber
CB 4 Fatih Akyel
CB 3 Ogün Temizkanoğlu (c) Booked 82' Substituted off 84'
CB 5 Alpay Özalan Red card 30'
RWB 11 Tayfun Korkut
LWB 16 Ergün Penbe
RM 2 Tayfur Havutçu
CM 7 Okan Buruk Booked 32' Substituted off 62'
LM 20 Hakan Ünsal Booked 56'
CF 6 Arif Erdem Substituted off 62'
CF 9 Hakan Şükür
Substitutions:
DF 14 Suat Kaya Substituted in 62'
FW 17 Oktay Derelioğlu Substituted in 62'
MF 10 Sergen Yalçın Substituted in 84'
Manager:
Mustafa Denizli
GK 1 Vítor Baía (c)
CB 2 Jorge Costa
CB 5 Fernando Couto Booked 37'
CB 13 Dimas Teixeira
CM 15 Costinha Booked 41' Substituted off 46'
CM 17 Paulo Bento
RW 11 Sérgio Conceição
AM 10 Rui Costa Booked 39' Substituted off 87'
LW 7 Luís Figo
CF 8 João Pinto Booked 29'
CF 21 Nuno Gomes Substituted off 75'
Substitutions:
MF 6 Paulo Sousa Booked 60' Substituted in 46'
FW 9 Ricardo Sá Pinto Substituted in 75'
MF 19 Capucho Substituted in 87'
Manager:
Humberto Coelho

Man of the Match:
Luís Figo (Portugal)[1]

Assistant referees:
Jaap Pool (Netherlands)
Roland Van Nylen (Belgium)
Fourth official:
Markus Merk (Germany)


Italy vs Romania

24 June 2000
20:45
Italy  2–0  Romania
Totti Goal 33'
Inzaghi Goal 43'
Report
Italy
Romania
GK 12 Francesco Toldo
CB 5 Fabio Cannavaro
CB 13 Alessandro Nesta
CB 15 Mark Iuliano
RWB 17 Gianluca Zambrotta
LWB 3 Paolo Maldini (c) Substituted off 46'
CM 18 Stefano Fiore
CM 4 Demetrio Albertini Booked 38'
AM 8 Antonio Conte Substituted off 55'
CF 9 Filippo Inzaghi
CF 20 Francesco Totti Substituted off 75'
Substitutions:
DF 11 Gianluca Pessotto Substituted in 46'
MF 14 Luigi Di Biagio Substituted in 55'
FW 10 Alessandro Del Piero Substituted in 75'
Manager:
Dino Zoff
GK 12 Bogdan Stelea
RB 4 Iulian Filipescu
CB 17 Miodrag Belodedici
CB 3 Liviu Ciobotariu
LB 13 Cristian Chivu
RM 14 Florentin Petre
CM 5 Constantin Gâlcă Substituted off 68'
CM 10 Gheorghe Hagi (c) Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 55', 59'
LM 8 Dorinel Munteanu
CF 9 Viorel Moldovan Substituted off 54'
CF 7 Adrian Mutu
Substitutions:
FW 18 Ionel Ganea Substituted in 54'
MF 15 Ioan Lupescu Substituted in 68'
Manager:
Emerich Jenei

Man of the Match:
Alessandro Nesta (Italy)[2]

Assistant referees:
Jacques Poudevigne (France)
Igor Šramka (Slovakia)
Fourth official:
Anders Frisk (Sweden)


Netherlands vs Yugoslavia

25 June 2000
18:00
Netherlands  6–1  Yugoslavia
Kluivert Goal 24'38'54'
Govedarica Goal 51' (o.g.)
Overmars Goal 78'90'
Report Milošević Goal 90+1'
Netherlands
Yugoslavia
GK 1 Edwin van der Sar Substituted off 65'
RB 15 Paul Bosvelt Booked 48'
CB 3 Jaap Stam
CB 4 Frank de Boer (c)
LB 19 Arthur Numan
RM 11 Marc Overmars
CM 7 Philip Cocu
CM 8 Edgar Davids
LM 5 Boudewijn Zenden Substituted off 86'
CF 9 Patrick Kluivert Substituted off 60'
CF 10 Dennis Bergkamp
Substitutions:
FW 21 Roy Makaay Substituted in 60'
GK 22 Sander Westerveld Substituted in 65'
MF 16 Ronald de Boer Substituted in 86'
Manager:
Frank Rijkaard
GK 22 Ivica Kralj
RB 13 Slobodan Komljenović
CB 5 Miroslav Đukić
CB 11 Siniša Mihajlović
LB 14 Niša Saveljić Substituted off 56'
RM 10 Dragan Stojković (c) Substituted off 52'
CM 16 Dejan Govedarica
CM 7 Vladimir Jugović
LM 17 Ljubinko Drulović Substituted off 70'
CF 8 Predrag Mijatović
CF 9 Savo Milošević
Substitutions:
MF 6 Dejan Stanković Substituted in 52'
MF 19 Jovan Stanković Substituted in 56'
FW 18 Darko Kovačević Substituted in 70'
Manager:
Vujadin Boškov

Man of the Match:
Patrick Kluivert (Netherlands)[3]

Assistant referees:
Carlos Martín Nieto (Spain)
Jens Larsen (Denmark)
Fourth official:
Günter Benkö (Austria)


Spain vs France

25 June 2000
20:45
Spain  1–2  France
Mendieta Goal 38' (pen.) Report Zidane Goal 32'
Djorkaeff Goal 44'
Jan Breydel Stadion, Bruges
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Pierluigi Collina (Italy)
Spain
France
GK 1 Santiago Cañizares
RB 2 Míchel Salgado Booked 64'
CB 5 Abelardo (c)
CB 18 Paco Booked 71'
LB 3 Agustín Aranzábal
RM 16 Gaizka Mendieta Substituted off 57'
CM 4 Pep Guardiola Booked 61'
CM 7 Iván Helguera Substituted off 77'
LM 9 Pedro Munitis Substituted off 73'
CF 11 Alfonso Booked 55'
CF 10 Raúl
Substitutions:
FW 20 Ismael Urzaiz Substituted in 57'
FW 17 Joseba Etxeberría Substituted in 73'
MF 14 Gerard Substituted in 77'
Manager:
José Antonio Camacho
GK 16 Fabien Barthez
RB 15 Lilian Thuram
CB 8 Marcel Desailly
CB 5 Laurent Blanc
LB 3 Bixente Lizarazu
CM 4 Patrick Vieira
CM 7 Didier Deschamps (c) Booked 60'
RW 6 Youri Djorkaeff
AM 10 Zinedine Zidane
LW 12 Thierry Henry Substituted off 81'
CF 21 Christophe Dugarry
Substitutions:
FW 9 Nicolas Anelka Substituted in 81'
Manager:
Roger Lemerre

Man of the Match:
Zinedine Zidane (France)[4]

Assistant referees:
Nicolae Grigorescu (Romania)
Philip Sharp (England)
Fourth official:
Hugh Dallas (Scotland)

Semi-finals

France and Italy both emerged victorious from their semi-finals against difficult opposition to reach the final. France beat Portugal 2–1 after extra-time; Nuno Gomes gave Portugal the lead in the 19th minute, which they held until just after half-time, when Thierry Henry equalised. The game went to extra-time and looked to be heading for a penalty shootout until Zidane struck the golden goal in the 117th minute.

Italy drew 0–0 in normal time with the Netherlands and it remained the same through extra-time. The game went to penalties and Italy won the penalty shoot-out 3–1. The Netherlands had a particularly dismal showing from the penalty spot this game, with Frank de Boer having a penalty saved and Kluivert hitting the post during normal time, in addition to the failure of the Dutch to convert three out of their four penalties taken during the shoot-out. Perhaps most infamous was Jaap Stam's attempt during the shoot-out (which ballooned well over the crossbar), described by the BBC as "one of the worst spot kicks ever".[5]

France vs Portugal

28 June 2000
20:45
France  2–1 (a.e.t.)  Portugal
Henry Goal 51'
Zidane Golden goal in the 117th minute 117'  (pen.)
Report Nuno Gomes Goal 19'
France
Portugal
GK 16 Fabien Barthez
RB 15 Lilian Thuram
CB 8 Marcel Desailly Booked 39'
CB 5 Laurent Blanc
LB 3 Bixente Lizarazu
RM 4 Patrick Vieira Booked 23'
CM 7 Didier Deschamps (c)
LM 17 Emmanuel Petit Substituted off 87'
AM 10 Zinedine Zidane
CF 9 Nicolas Anelka Substituted off 72'
CF 12 Thierry Henry Substituted off 105'
Substitutions:
FW 13 Sylvain Wiltord Substituted in 72'
MF 11 Robert Pirès Substituted in 87'
FW 20 David Trezeguet Substituted in 105'
Manager:
Roger Lemerre
GK 1 Vítor Baía (c)
RB 14 Abel Xavier
CB 5 Fernando Couto
CB 2 Jorge Costa Booked 55'
LB 13 Dimas Teixeira Booked 62' Substituted off 91'
CM 15 Costinha
CM 4 José Luís Vidigal Booked 44' Substituted off 61'
RW 11 Sérgio Conceição
AM 10 Rui Costa Substituted off 78'
LW 7 Luís Figo Booked 54'
CF 21 Nuno Gomes Red card 116'
Substitutions:
MF 17 Paulo Bento Substituted in 61'
FW 8 João Pinto Booked 117' Substituted in 78'
DF 3 Rui Jorge Substituted in 91'
Manager:
Humberto Coelho

Man of the Match:
Zinedine Zidane (France)[6]

Assistant referees:
Igor Šramka (Slovakia)
Roland Van Nylen (Belgium)
Fourth official:
Hugh Dallas (Scotland)


Italy vs Netherlands

29 June 2000
18:00
Italy  0–0 (a.e.t.)  Netherlands
Report
  Penalties  
Di Biagio Penalty scored
Pessotto Penalty scored
Totti Penalty scored
Maldini Penalty missed
3–1 Penalty missed F. de Boer
Penalty missed Stam
Penalty scored Kluivert
Penalty missed Bosvelt
Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam
Attendance: 51,300
Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)
Italy
Netherlands
GK 12 Francesco Toldo Booked 38'
RB 17 Gianluca Zambrotta Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 15', 34'
CB 5 Fabio Cannavaro
CB 13 Alessandro Nesta
CB 15 Mark Iuliano Booked 16'
LB 3 Paolo Maldini (c) Booked 45'
RM 14 Luigi Di Biagio Booked 87'
CM 4 Demetrio Albertini Substituted off 77'
LM 18 Stefano Fiore Substituted off 83'
CF 10 Alessandro Del Piero
CF 9 Filippo Inzaghi Substituted off 67'
Substitutions:
FW 21 Marco Delvecchio Substituted in 67'
DF 11 Gianluca Pessotto Substituted in 77'
MF 20 Francesco Totti Substituted in 83'
Manager:
Dino Zoff
GK 1 Edwin van der Sar
RB 15 Paul Bosvelt Booked 48'
CB 3 Jaap Stam Booked 103'
CB 4 Frank de Boer (c)
LB 12 Giovanni van Bronckhorst Booked 75'
RM 11 Marc Overmars
CM 7 Philip Cocu Substituted off 95'
CM 8 Edgar Davids Booked 50'
LM 5 Boudewijn Zenden Booked 28' Substituted off 77'
CF 9 Patrick Kluivert
CF 10 Dennis Bergkamp Substituted off 86'
Substitutions:
FW 14 Peter van Vossen Substituted in 77'
MF 6 Clarence Seedorf Substituted in 86'
MF 20 Aron Winter Substituted in 95'
Manager:
Frank Rijkaard

Man of the Match:
Francesco Toldo (Italy)[7]

Assistant referees:
Kurt Ertl (Germany)
Philip Sharp (England)
Fourth official:
José María García-Aranda (Spain)

Final

Main article: UEFA Euro 2000 Final
2 July 2000
20:00
France  2–1 (a.e.t.)  Italy
Wiltord Goal 90'
Trézéguet Golden goal in the 103rd minute 103'
Report Delvecchio Goal 55'
Feijenoord Stadion, Rotterdam
Attendance: 48,000
Referee: Anders Frisk (Sweden)
France
Italy
GK 16 Fabien Barthez
RB 15 Lilian Thuram Booked 58'
CB 8 Marcel Desailly
CB 5 Laurent Blanc
LB 3 Bixente Lizarazu Substituted off 86'
CM 4 Patrick Vieira
CM 7 Didier Deschamps (c)
RW 6 Youri Djorkaeff Substituted off 76'
AM 10 Zinedine Zidane
LW 12 Thierry Henry
CF 21 Christophe Dugarry Substituted off 58'
Substitutions:
FW 13 Sylvain Wiltord Substituted in 58'
FW 20 David Trezeguet Substituted in 76'
MF 11 Robert Pirès Substituted in 86'
Manager:
Roger Lemerre
GK 12 Francesco Toldo
CB 5 Fabio Cannavaro Booked 42'
CB 13 Alessandro Nesta
CB 15 Mark Iuliano
RWB 11 Gianluca Pessotto
LWB 3 Paolo Maldini (c)
CM 4 Demetrio Albertini
CM 14 Luigi Di Biagio Booked 31' Substituted off 66'
AM 18 Stefano Fiore Substituted off 53'
CF 20 Francesco Totti Booked 90'
CF 21 Marco Delvecchio Substituted off 86'
Substitutions:
FW 10 Alessandro Del Piero Substituted in 53'
MF 16 Massimo Ambrosini Substituted in 66'
FW 19 Vincenzo Montella Substituted in 86'
Manager:
Dino Zoff

Man of the Match:
Thierry Henry (France)[8]

Assistant referees:
Jens Larsen (Denmark)
Leif Lindberg (Sweden)
Fourth official:
José María García-Aranda (Spain)

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