Euro 2016 France

Iceland vs Hungary highlights (1-1)
Iceland (4-4-2): Halldorsson; Saevarsson, R Sigurdsson, Arnason, A Skulason; Gudmundsson, G Sigurdsson, A Gunnarsson, B Bjarnason; Sigthorsson, Bodvarsson. Subs: Kristinsson, Jonsson, Hauksson, Hermannsson, Ingason, Finnbogason, Sigurjonsson, E Bjarnason, Magnusson, Hallfredsson, Traustason, Gudjohnsen.
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Lukaku Scores Two as Belgium Demolish Ireland
Belgium got themselves back on winning ways this weekend as they picked up a convincing 3-0 victory over Republic of Ireland with Romelu Lukaku netting two goals for Marc Wilmots' men.
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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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Belgium vs Ireland (3-0)
TEAMS: Belgium: Courtois; Meunier, Alderweireld, Vermaelen, Vertonghen; Dembélé, Witsel; De Bruyne, Carrasco, Hazard; Lukaku Subs: Nainggolan, Fellaini, Mignolet, Gillet, Mertens, Denayer, Origi, Benteke, Kabasele, J Lukaku, Batshuayi, Ciman Ireland: Randolph; Coleman, Clark, O’Shea, Ward; Hendrick, Whelan, McCarthy, Brady; Hoolahan; Long Subs: Westwood, Keogh, McGeady, Keane, McClean, Duffy, Walters, Christie, Given, Meyler, Murphy, Quinn Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (TUR) GOAL! Belgium 1-0 Ireland (Lukaku 48) That’s how to atone for a terrible performance against Italy! Lukaku receives the ball at the edge of the area from De Bruyne following a rapid Belgian counter-attack, and the striker takes one touch and strokes it expertly past Randolph and into the bottom corner.
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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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Iceland Targeting Three Points Against Tough Hungary
Following their positive result in holding Portugal, Iceland are now aiming for three points as they meet Hungary this weekend. Our Boys' joint head coach, Lars Lagerback was not shy in confirming that his team will be pushing for victory in their upcoming two games, including this Saturday fixture.
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Ireland Looking to Trouble Belgium
Only collecting one point from their opening group game, Republic of Ireland are determined to bag maximum result as they battle Belgium this Saturday. Ireland head coach, Martin O'Neill acknowledge that individually their opponent have better qualities, but the tactician believes his team can trouble the Red Devils.
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Belgium Ready for Difficult Game Against Ireland
Losing their opening fixture in Euro 2016 against Italy left a bitter taste for Belgium, but now they must set their focus again as they face up against Ireland on Saturday. Red Devils' head coach, Marc Wilmots doesn't expect any easier game compared to their match against Azzurri as he believes there are no easy teams in the tournament.
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Euro 2016 Goal of the Day 8: Eder’s Goal Against Sweden
Italy sealed their ticket into Euro 2016 knock out phase following a 1-0 victory over Sweden with Eder showing up as hero for Gli Azzurri. After a rather tight encounter, Eder finally found a way through the Blue Yellow team's defense as he runs through pas couple of players before curling a lovely shot into the bottom corner.
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Spain Grabbed Knock Out Stage Ticket After Commanding Win Over Turkey
Spain become the third nations that sealed ticket into EURO 2016 knock out stage after picking up a convincing 3-0 win over Turkey on Friday. La Furia Roja started off the game in an attacking fashion and got themselves ahead after 34 minutes through Alvaro Morata's strike.
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Spain vs Turkey (3-0)
The teams: Spain: De Gea; Juanfran, Pique, Ramos, Alba; Busquets; Silva, Fabregas, Iniesta, Nolito; Morata. Turkey: Babacan; Gonul, Topal, Balta, Erkin; Tufan, Inan, Ozyakup; Calhanoglu, Yilmaz, Turan.
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Czech Come Back from Two Down to Hold Croatia
Croatia wasted their chance to secure qualification into the knock out stage after being held into a 2-2 draw by Czech Republic on Friday. Ante Cacic's men were able to control the match well up into midway point of that encounter where they were actually taking a 2-0 lead over their opponent, with goals from Ivan Perisic on 37 minutes and Ivan Rakitic on 59 minutes.
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Czech Republic vs Croatia (2-2)
The teams: Czech Republic: Cech; Kaderabek, Sivok, Hubnik, Limbersky; Plasil; Rosicky, Skalak, Krejci, Dorida; Lafata. Croatia: Subasic; Srna, Corluka, Vida, Strinic; Modric, Badelj; Brozovic, Rakitic, Peresic; Mandzukic.
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Eder’s Late Strike Sent Italy to Euro 2016 Knock Out Stage
Italy follow the footsteps on France as Antonio Conte's men successfully made their way into the knock out stage of Euro 2016 following a slender 1-0 win over Sweden. Gli Azzurri's goal was netted by Eder late in the game as he wriggle pass several Swedish defender before sending a curling shot into the bottom corner.
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Turkey Plan to Attack Spain
Losing their Euro 2016 opening fixture left Turkey with no other choices aside from pushing for three points on their second group game against Spain this Friday. In search for that three points, The Crescent Stars' head coach, Fatih Terim ensured that his side will try to attack their opponent.
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