How have Liverpool’s stars got on at Euro 2024?

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Ten Liverpool stars are currently with their national teams at Euro 2024 and it’s fair to say that through the early stages of the tournament there have been varying degrees of success.

In this article, join us as we look at how each and every Liverpool player has got on out in Germany.

Andy Robertson 

For the second time in his career Andy Robertson has led Scotland into a European Championships.

Unlike at Euro 2020 where Scotland crashed out of the group stage without scoring a goal, the Scots and Robertson have given themselves a real opportunity to become the first team in Scotland’s history to reach the knockout phase of a major tournament.

After a chastening start to their tournament when they were humbled 5-1 by Germany, the Scots produced a much better performance in their second game, battling to a 1-1 draw against a tough Swiss side.

With one point in the bag, Scotland will face Hungary knowing that a win will see them through to the next round. Robertson was in fine form during the draw against Switzerland and he will need to be at his marauding best if the Scottish dream is to remain alive.

Dominik Szoboszlai

Hoping to stand in Robertson’s way is his midfield teammate Dominik Szoboszlai. The Hungarian captain, Szoboszlai has been neat and tidy but has been unable to guide his team past both Switzerland and Germany.

With two defeats from their first two games, the Hungarians are staring at the brink of elimination. Third place is still possible, but they will need to beat Scotland and boost their goal difference in the process. It is all to play for.

Trent Alexander-Arnold

Liverpool’s sole starter for England was Trent Alexander-Arnold. Moved into an unfamiliar role in the centre of midfield, Alexander-Arnold played well as England beat Serbia 1-0.

Hoping that the experiment with Declan Rice continues as the tournament progresses, Alexander-Arnold will hope to have a bigger impact on proceedings as the games tick by.

Joe Gomez

Gomez had to settle for a place on the bench during England’s opening victory against Serbia. With Luke Shaw’s participation in the tournament looking doubtful, Gomez looks to be the understudy to Kieran Trippier and could feature as the tournament progresses.

Cody Gakpo

Cody Gakpo managed to get himself on the scoresheet as the Netherlands battled past Poland in their opening game.

Looking menacing throughout, Gakpo looks like one of the Dutch’s best players and looked like carrying the team’s main goal scoring threat.

He could be a contender for the tournament’s Golden Boot.

Virgil van Dijk

Once again Virgil van Dijk captains the Netherlands in a major tournament and he would have been pleased with the way his team started.

Throughout the 90 minutes against Poland, van Dijk marshalled his defence well and he will need to be at his very best as the Dutch prepare to take on France and Austria.

Ryan Gravenberch 

The Liverpool midfielder had to settle for a place on the bench and was an unused substitute in the Netherlands first game. He will hope for some playing time in the remaining two group games.

Ibrahima Konate

Widely expected to start for France alongside Dayot Upamecano in their first game against Austria, it was surprising to see the defender dropped for William Saliba.

Konate will still have high hopes to play in this tournament and may find himself in the starting lineup for France’s remaining group matches.

Vitezslav Jaros 

The young Liverpool keeper had to watch on from the bench as Portugal came from behind to break Czech hearts in Czechia’s opening game of this year’s tournament. Very much an understudy for this tournament, it is unlikely that Jaros will see any minutes this summer.

Diogo Jota

Introduced to the action halfway through the second half, Diogo Jota was exceptional as he helped Portugal to a dramatic comeback victory over the Czechs.

Unfortunate to have a goal disallowed, Jota’s constant running was a nuisance for a tired Czech defence, and he will hope to have earned his way into the starting lineup for their next game against Turkey.

Amongst many of the best Euro 2024 betting sites Portugal have been regarded as one of the tournament favourites. With a squad loaded with talent, Jota will hope to play a key role in firing Portugal to their second ever European Championship title.

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