Guardian of Switzerland for the Euro, Yann Sommer could miss the last decisive meeting this Sunday (6 p.m.), in Baku, against Turkey. The 32-year-old porter went to Cologne on Wednesday evening to attend the birth of his second child.
Switzerland lost heavily (3-0) on Wednesday at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, against Italy. Present in the cages as in the first match against Wales (1-1), Yann Sommer left the selection at the end of the game towards Cologne. The 32-year-old porter will attend the birth of his second child.
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Mvogo in the cages on Sunday?
For now, uncertainty hangs over his presence for the final group stage match against Turkey, which will take place in Baku, Azerbaijan, this Sunday (6 p.m.). Either a decisive meeting for the team led by Vladimir Petković, who can still hope to qualify for the round of 16, if they win.
The Swiss federation should soon communicate about Yann Sommer. Yvon Mvogo (27), goalkeeper of PSV Eindhoven, should take over if the incumbent withdraws for this decisive match. Switzerland need a win to qualify.
With a point in two days, the Nati could come back to the height of Wales in case of success against Turkey, but also in case of defeat of the Dragons at the same time against Italy. But the goal difference is not to the advantage of Switzerland, which can still hope to come out with third place and 4 points on the clock. As a reminder, the four best third, out of six groups, will advance to the round of 16.