The best footballer of the last century, according to fans, the Argentine Diego Maradona in his column in the The Times of India reported on the first matches of the European championship and reviewed the play of the Ukrainian team leader Andriy Shevchenko.

"The revelation of the tournament has been my great friend, Shevchenko, who scored two magnificent headed goals versus Sweden to send the home crowd and coach Oleh Blokhin into ecstasy," Maradona wrote.

Maradona also gave advise to the Dutch coach Bert van Marwijk on how to win in the match against Germany.

"Van Marwijk must be able to count on the brilliant form of Wesley Sneijder who was inspirational in his first game, while [Robin] van Persie and Arjen Robben will have to finish at least 50 per cent of the chances they get if they are to beat the solid German defence. Otherwise, the German team, who can play for a draw and are younger and better constructed than the Dutch will have a success," the Argentine summed up.


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