Albert Heijn staff member removes Euro 2020 promo after Netherlands lose 0-2 to Czech Republic
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VIDEO: Dutch supermarket worker takes down Euro 2020 posters within minutes of tournament exit

Quick response to Czech Republic defeat.

Ze zijn wel lekker snel hier bij de AH pic.twitter.com/OJ3mZNcbC5

— Fatihya (@fatihyaabdi) June 27, 2021

A worker at Dutch supermarket Albert Heijn was spotted taking down Euro 2020 posters within minutes of the Netherlands exiting the tournament.

Sunday’s 0-2 defeat to Czech Republic at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest saw Frank de Boer’s side crash out at the Round of 16 stage.

If Czech win this game, the whole narrative will be based around De Ligt’s sending off.

But in all honesty, the Czechs have been absolutely incredible today. They’ve dominated aerial battles, pressed high up the pitch.

But best part? They’ve ATTACKED fearlessly. Zero fear man

— Keesh (@keeshmatstats) June 27, 2021

Almost immediately, one member of staff at Holland’s largest supermarket chain started the process of removing any overt reference to the competition from around the store.

Second half goals from Tomáš Holeš and Patrik Schick sealed their fate, with Matthijs de Ligt having earlier been sent off.