Powershell check expire time on https.

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Below code is not working, could anyone check what I did wrong? Error:
Missing closing '}' in statement block.
    + CategoryInfo          : ParserError: (:) [], ParentContainsErrorRecordException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : MissingEndCurlyBrace
Thanks.

 $minimumCertAgeDays = 60
 $timeoutMilliseconds = 10000
 $urls = @(
 "https://google.com"
 )
 [Net.ServicePointManager]::ServerCertificateValidationCallback = {$true}
foreach ($url in $urls)
 {
 Write-Host Checking $url -f Green
 $req = [Net.HttpWebRequest]::Create($url)
 $req.Timeout = $timeoutMilliseconds
try {$req.GetResponse() |Out-Null} catch {Write-Host Exception while checking URL $url`: $_ -f Red}
[datetime]$expiration = $req.ServicePoint.Certificate.GetExpirationDateString()
 [int]$certExpiresIn = ($expiration - $(get-date)).Days
 $certName = $req.ServicePoint.Certificate.GetName()
 $certPublicKeyString = $req.ServicePoint.Certificate.GetPublicKeyString()
 $certSerialNumber = $req.ServicePoint.Certificate.GetSerialNumberString()
 $certThumbprint = $req.ServicePoint.Certificate.GetCertHashString()
 $certEffectiveDate = $req.ServicePoint.Certificate.GetEffectiveDateString()
 $certIssuer = $req.ServicePoint.Certificate.GetIssuerName()
if ($certExpiresIn -gt $minimumCertAgeDays){
 $certok = Write-Host Cert for site $url expires in $certExpiresIn days [on $expiration] -f Green}
 else{
 $certnotok = Write-Host Cert for site $url expires in $certExpiresIn days [on $expiration] Threshold is $minimumCertAgeDays days. Check details:`n`nCert name: $certName`nCert public key: $certPublicKeyString`nCert serial number: $certSerialNumber`nCert thumbprint: $certThumbprint`nCert effective date: $certEffectiveDate`nCert issuer: $certIssuer -f Red
 }

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CodeTwo SoftwareSoftware DeveloperCommented:
Hi WeTi,
A quick look at the code and the error shows that you only have 5 closing brackets, whereas you have 6 opening brackets. Please add a closing bracket at the very and and see if it helps.
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WeTiAuthor Commented:
Correct but the result is wrong, I open another ticket.
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