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Iceland vs Austria highlights (2-1)
The teams: Austria: (5-4-1) Almer, Klein, Dragović, Prödl, Hinteregger, Fuchs (capt), Baumgartlinger, Alaba, Ilsanker, Arnautovic, Sabitzer, Iceland: (4-4-2) Halldorson, Sævarsson, R Sigurdsson, Árnason, Skúlason, Gunnarsson (capt), Gudmundsson, Bjanarson, G Sigurdsson, Bödvarsson, Sigthórsson Referee: Szymon Marciniak (Poland) GOAL! Iceland 1-0 Austria (Bödvarsson 18) Gunnarsson’s long throw causes havoc.
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Iceland Continue Euro Journey After Dramatic Win Over Austria
Iceland continue to create a sensation as they successfully got themselves through into the knock out stages of Euro 2016 following a dramatic win over Austria. Both teams were targeting for a victory, but it was Iceland that got things going as they were able to get themselves in front through Jon Dadi Bodvarsson, giving his side a slender lead going into half time.
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Austria Expecting an Intense Battle Against Iceland
Collecting one point from two games in their Euro 2016 campaign so far, Austria don't have any other way aside from pushing for victory when they face Iceland in their final group game battle this Wednesday.
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Iceland Confident of Beating Austria
Drawing their previous two games apparently give plenty confidence for Iceland ahead of their final group fixture against Austria this Wednesday. Both of Iceland's joint coaches, Heimir Hallgrimson along with Lars Lagerback all are very confident with their team's chance in advancing into the knock out stage, which can only happen should they defeat David Alaba and co.
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Ronaldo Missed a Penalty as Portugal Held Again
Portugal still struggling to get their first win in Euro 2016 as they were held into a disappointing goalless draw by Austria on Saturday. European Selecao that only grabbed one point on their opening game against Iceland were very determined in pushing for three points as they control things straight from kick off.
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Portugal vs Austria (0-0)
Portugal v Austria line-ups Portugal: Rui Patricio, Vieirinha, Pepe, Carvalho, Guerreiro, Quaresma, William Carvalho, Joao Moutinho, Andre Gomes, Nani, Ronaldo. Subs: Lopes, Bruno Alves, Fonte, Eder, Joao Mario, Danilo Pereira, Renato Sanches, Rafa, Eliseu, Cedric, Adrien Silva, Eduardo.
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Koller Expecting a Compact and Clinical Austria Against Portugal
Suffering a shock 2-0 defeat from Hungary on their Euro 2016 opening fixture, Austria are looking for redemption this weekend as they face Portugal. Playing against one of the tournament's top sides obviously won't be easy, that's why Das Team's head coach, Marcel Koller  wants his side to be more compact at the band and clinical up front.
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Santos Wants Improvement from Portugal Ahead of Austria Clash
Portugal head coach, Fernando Santos warned his players that they must be able to show improvement from their previous tie against Iceland if they were to beat Austria this weekend.
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Hungary Keen On Putting Good Performance Against Iceland
Still feeling the euphoria following their Euro 2016 opening day victory over Austria, Hungary now have to gear up for their second group game, against Iceland. The Magyars' head coach, Bernd Storck, was not shy in confirming that his team are still joyful at the moment, but won't stop them from putting on an excellent display this weekend.
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Joy for Hungary as They Grabbed Dream Victory Over Austria
Hungary set one of the early surprises in Euro 2016 as they successfully defeated their old rival Austria 2-0 on Tuesday with goals from Adam Szalai and Zoltan Stieber. The Magyars' head coach, Bernd Storck was extremely pleased with his team performance, calling it a fantastic display and a dream come true.
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Austria vs Hungary (0-2)
Austria: Almer, Klein, Dragovic, Hinteregger, Fuchs, Baumgartlinger, Alaba, Harnik, Junuzovic, Arnautovic, Janko. Subs: Lindner, Garics, Ilsanker, Okotie, Suttner, Prodl, Wimmer, Schopf, Hinterseer, Sabitzer, Jantscher, Ozcan.
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Hungary Targeting a Win Over Austria
Hungary are gearing up to star their Euro 2016 adventure this Tuesday as they will be facing their old rival Austria, in a historic encounter. Although admitting that his side might not be considered as favorite for that tie, Hungary boss, Bernd Storck, didn't lose any confidence over his team's winning chance as he is targeting all three points in that match.
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Fit Austria Looking Forward for Hungary Clash
Austria are eager to start their Euro 2016 adventure as they set up for a meeting with their neighboring nation, Hungary, this Tuesday . Das Team's head coach, Marcel Koller confirmed his team's enthusiasm ahead of their group opening match, stating that they are already looking forward to start the tournament.
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