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Stage Set For Slovenia's Benjamin Sesko In Euros Last-16 Clash With Portugal

Slovenia come into their Euro 2024 last-16 match-up with Portugal on Monday knowing they have already achieved their best-ever Euros result -- and all without a goal contribution from star striker Benjamin Sesko. With no goals in three matches so far in Germany, the RB Leipzig striker is due to find the back of the net based on his form this season. He scored in each of his last seven games for Leipzig as they ended their Bundesliga campaign in the top four and was Slovenia's top scorer in qualifying. 

And Sesko has come within a whisker of opening his account at the tournament -- against Denmark he went close twice with superb long-range efforts that were just millimetres off target. 

The efforts from distance highlight how varied Sesko's skillset is. At 1.95 metres tall, Sesko is dangerous with his head but can also unleash fierce strikes from distance. 

With speed to burn and physicality, the 21-year-old striker is already a complete package. 

Just one year after moving to Leipzig from sister club Red Bull Salzburg, his attributes have attracted the attention of several elite European sides, including Arsenal and Manchester United. 

In June however, he chose to extend his deal at Leipzig until 2029, continuing his development at one of Europe's best finishing schools. 

Slovenia unbeaten

Slovenia may be yet to win a match at Euro 2024 but they are also yet to lose one, having drawn with England, Denmark and Serbia in the group stage. 

The 1-1 draw with Serbia was particularly agonising for the Slovenians, who were on course for a first-ever Euros victory before Luka Jovic scored in the fifth minute of injury time to deny them. 

Such were the razor-thin margins in Group C that a win may have put Slovenia on course to