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In a stunning display of teamwork and skill, Switzerland delivered a resounding victory over tournament favorites Italy in their recent match held in Berlin. The Swiss team showcased an unwavering defense that proved impenetrable to the Azzurri’s relentless attacks.

Switzerland demonstrated clinical finishing as they capitalized on their chances. Remo Freuler, set up by Ruben Vargas, coolly converted a goal towards the end of the first half. The Swiss dominance continued into the second half, with Vargas himself finding the back of the net just seconds after halftime.

Italy, on the other hand, struggled to break through the resolute Swiss defense. Despite Gianluca Scammaca’s attempt hitting the post, the Azzurri failed to find the momentum to mount a comeback. Switzerland’s victory sets them up for an upcoming match against the winner of the England versus Slovakia clash.

Meanwhile, elsewhere in the tournament, in a match between tournament hosts Germany and Denmark, an unexpected event took place. During the first half, the game was temporarily halted when lightning struck near the stadium in Dortmund, prompting referee Michael Oliver to prioritize the safety of players and spectators. Once the storm subsided, Germany took the lead through a penalty kick converted by Kai Havertz.

Jamal Musiala, receiving a well-executed long ball from Schlotterbeck, sealed the victory for Germany by scoring his third goal of the tournament.

Switzerland’s remarkable triumph and Germany’s dominant performance serve as a testament to the depth of talent and excitement present in this highly anticipated tournament. As the competition progresses, fans around the world eagerly await the thrilling matches yet to come.