Euro 2024 Daily | The grateful eight completed by Turkey’s glorious melting pot

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The European Championships has a big problem: how are they going to fit 3,000,000 Turks inside the Olympiastadion (capacity 74,475) for their quarter-final against the Netherlands on Saturday? Germany hosts the largest Turkish diaspora in the world, making the likes of Berlin, Munich and Cologne – just to name a few – glorious melting pots. No wonder Lukas Podolski opened his own chain of kebab shops in the country. The former Arsenal forward is now worth £180m thanks to Mangal Doner, where you can get a Podolski sandwich for less than £7.

In the dressing room there’s a bit of music, maybe we’ll have a drink … when you lose you feel bad, so it’s nice to win” – Donyell Malen shows the Dutch still have that liberal streak as he suggests the squad might get on the Tin after their 3-0 win over Romania.

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