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Sentences

Sentences forUEFA Euro 2004

  • Germany again exited in the first round of Euro 2004, drawing their first two matches and losing the third to the Czech Republic (who had fielded a second-string team).Germany national football team-Wikipedia
  • Scotland reached the qualification play-offs for Euro 2004, where they beat the Netherlands 1–0 at Hampden Park, but suffered a 6–0 defeat in the return leg.Scotland national football team-Wikipedia
  • The airport underwent a massive programme of refurbishment due to the Euro 2004 football championships being partly hosted in the city.Porto-Wikipedia
  • For the Euro 2004 football competition, held in Portugal, the Estádio do Dragão was built (replacing the old Estádio das Antas) and the Estádio do Bessa was renovated.Porto-Wikipedia
  • It hosted several matches, including the final, of the UEFA Euro 2004 championship.Lisbon-Wikipedia
  • A full strength team started out strongly at Euro 2004, but they were upset in the quarter-finals by the eventual winners Greece.France national football team-Wikipedia

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