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Juventus had 11 players participate in the Euros as Milik was also supposed to feature for Poland but got injured in pre-tournament friendlies.

Juventus had players represent five countries: Italy, Poland, France, Serbia, and Turkey.

Italy

Four Juventus players were featured in Italy’s squad: Federico Chiesa, Andrea Cambiaso, Nicolo Fagioli, and Federico Gatti. Italy advanced through the group stages, finishing 2nd in Group B.

They scored 4 points by beating Albania, losing to Spain, and securing a draw with a last-minute goal from Zaccagni. This was enough to advance in 2nd place, and they will face Switzerland in the round of 16.

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Federico Chiesa won the Man of the Match trophy against Albania, being taken off in the 77th minute. He also played 64 minutes in the loss to Spain and started on the bench against Croatia, coming on in the second half and playing 33 minutes.

Nicolo Fagioli didn’t play in the first two group matches and came on late in the Croatia game, playing only 9 minutes.

Andrea Cambiaso played in the first two games but didn’t play against Croatia. He played 13 minutes against Albania and an entire half against Spain. Federico Gatti hasn’t played in any of the games.

Poland

Poland’s sole Juventus player was Wojciech Szczesny, due to Milik’s injury. Poland was placed in the toughest group and got knocked out after finishing with just one point from a draw with France.

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They lost 2-1 to Austria and 3-1 to the Netherlands, with Szczesny playing the full 90 minutes each time.

France

Adrien Rabiot was the only Juventus player to feature for France. They finished second in their group behind surprise team Austria. They beat Austria 1-0 and drew with both the Netherlands and Poland.

Rabiot played the full 90 minutes only against the Netherlands. He started in all three games, coming off in the 71st minute against Austria and the 61st against Poland. France will face Belgium in the round of 16.

Serbia

Dusan Vlahovic and Filip Kostic were selected for Serbia. Both started in the first group game against England, with Kostic coming off injured in the 41st minute in the 1-0 loss, which ended his tournament.

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Vlahovic played the full 90 minutes. Serbia drew their next two games, finishing last and getting knocked out. Vlahovic started against Slovenia but came off in the 64th minute and was benched for the must-win game against Denmark, playing only 23 minutes.

Turkey

Turkey was represented by Juventus’ young star Kenan Yildiz. He started two of Turkey’s games and came off the bench in the second game.

He started in the 3-1 win against Georgia, coming off in the 85th minute. He also started in the 1-1 draw against Czechia, coming off in the 76th minute.

He played 32 minutes off the bench in the second game against Portugal. Turkey will now face Austria in the round of 16.

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