Sports Bulletin: From Euro 2020 to Wimbledon 2021, what happened in the sports world on July 4th


New Delhi: Euro 2020, Copa America 2021, Wimbledon 2021 – it was an action-packed sports week with all these big events. In addition, the Tokyo Olympics, a limited series of India’s tour of Sri Lanka, Formula 1, to name just a few, keep sports enthusiasts in suspense. Read also – Wimbledon 2021 day 6 results: Roger Federer arrives in round 4, Nick Kyrgios breaks out due to injury

We’ve put all of the major stories from July 4th, 2021 in a Sports Bulletin to cover you. Let’s take a look at the top stories of the day: Read also – Video: Lionel Messi breaks Cristiano Ronaldo’s free-kick record with an amazing goal during the clash against Ecuador Ecuador


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The European Championship has its last four teams in Italy, Spain, Denmark and England. On Saturday Denmark beat the Czech Republic 2-1 while England beat Ukraine 4-0. The semi-finals begin on July 7th.

Click here for all the details on the Euro 2020 semi-finals.

Pierre Emile Hojbjerg Emotional Response: Denmark experienced a roller coaster ride at the current Euro 2020. The Danish team lost their first two games but have since made an inspiring comeback and have made it to the semi-finals of the European Championship after a long gap of 29 years.

Watch Hojbjerg burst into tears after beating the Czech Republic 2-1

Copa America 2021: Just like Euro 2020, Copa America will also advance to the semi-finals. Brazil face Peru in the first semi-final while Argentina face Colombia in the second semi-final.

For more information on the Copa America 2021 semi-finals, click here.

Messi passes Ronaldo: Lionel Messi has continued to do Messi things in the ongoing Copa America. The talisman scored his 58th goal from a free kick point, overtaking the record set by his rival Cristiano Ronaldo.

Check out Messí’s stunning hit here.


Steven Smith talks about fighting injuries: Australia’s talisman batsman Steven Smith is known for his determination and courage. Smith revealed how he struggled with the pain while playing for Delhi Capitals at the 2021 IPL. Smith has an eye on the ashes and is even ready to skip the T20 World Cup.

More on Smith’s story here.

Salman Butt on Rahul Dravid: Former Pakistani captain Salman Butt believes India’s trip to Sri Lanka is an opportunity for head coach Rahul Dravid to nominate future champions to the team. Dravid has already done a good job getting the most out of the U19 and India A level players and he’s helped the youngsters take giant strides at the top level.

Read more about what Butt had to say about India’s tour of Sri Lanka.

Smriti Mandhana takes a blinker: India’s women’s team has made tremendous strides in terms of fitness levels and the same can be seen in their performances on the field. Smriti Mandhana may have failed with the bat in the first two games, but her catch in the outfield, which resulted in the sacking of Natalie Sciver for 49 in the third ODI against England on Saturday, has earned her accolades.

Check out Mandhana’s great catch here

Team India wants Prithvi Shaw to replace injured Shubman Gill for England Tests: It has been reported that Team India will want Prithvi Shaw Shubman Gill to replace for the five-game test run against England. The national team has already made a formal request to send Prithvi Shaw to England to replace the injured Shubman Gill, the Times of India reported.

More here about the story of Prithvi Shaw, Shubman Gill.

Harbhajan Singh chooses his all-time XI: India’s seasoned weirdo Harbhajan Singh has chosen his all-time XI, in which he has appointed the former Indian skipper MS Dhoni as captain. The turbanator celebrated his 41st birthday yesterday (July 3rd) and wished him out on all social media channels from all over the world.

Here is Harbhajan Singh’s All-Time-XI.

India has a chance to beat England, says Ian Chappell: Legendary Ian Chappell believes that with an impressive pace bowling session, India has an “equal chance” of beating England in the upcoming five-game test series in their own backyard. He says that despite losing to New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championship final in recent years, India has become a “pace bowling capable” team that has joined the West Indian and Australian teams of the past.

More on what Ian Chappell had to say about India’s odds against England


Wimbledon 2021: Eight-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer confirmed his place in round 16, while Nick Kyrgios had to leave due to injury.

Wimbledon 2021 day 6 results here.

Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020:

The Tokyo Olympics are slated to start on July 23, but the Covid-19 fear is still there. A member of the Serbian rowing team tested positive in Tokyo.

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