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Poland Looking to Take Control Against Portugal
Poland head coach, Adam Nawalka is preparing his players for an exciting tie against Portugal in the last eight of Euro 2016 this Thursday, and the tactician looks confident with his team's chances.
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De Rossi and Candreva Remain Doubtful for Germany Clash
Italy's preparation for their Euro 2016 quarter finals clash against Germany is far from ideal as they might be without some important players. Having already loss Thiago Motta due to accumulation, latest reports suggesting that Daniele De Rossi along with Antonio Candreva might not make it for that game.
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France Star, Griezmann Prefers Playing Up Front
Antoine Griezmann was the darling of France football once again following his two winning goals against Republic of Ireland in their recent last 16 match. That fine performance pretty much sparked questions regarding what position would be best for Griezmann and the Atletico Madrid man himself admitted that he is much comfortable playing as a striker.
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Euro 2016 Goal of the Day 16: Graziano Pelle’s Volley Against Spain
Italy made their way into the last eight of Euro 2016 after completing their revenge over Spain, beating Vicente Del Bosque's men 2-0, with goals from Giorgio Chiellini and Graziano Pelle.
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Iceland’s Fairy Tale Continue as They Eliminated England
The surprising performance of Iceland in Euro 2016 continue as they eliminated England after beating them 2-1 with all goals were scored in the first 45 minutes. Three Lions actually started the game gun blazing as they're attacking approach earn them a spot kick which was converted by Wayne Rooney after just four minutes of play.
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England vs Iceland (1-2)
England: Hart, Walker, Cahill, Smalling, Rose, Alli, Dier, Rooney, Sturridge, Kane, Sterling. Subs: Forster, Milner, Lallana, Vardy, Clyne, Henderson, Stones, Wilshere, Barkley, Bertrand, Rashford, Heaton.
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Italy vs Spain (2-0)
Teams: Italy (3-1-4-2) Buffon; Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini; De Rossi; Florenzi, Parolo, Giaccherini, Di Sciglio; Pelle, Eder. Subs: Sirigu, Marchetti, Darmian, Ogbonna, Candreva, Zaza, Motta, Immobile, Sturaro, Insigne, Bernardeschi, El Shaarawy.
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Iceland Looking Forward for Last 16 Clash Against England
Already experiencing a dream tournament so far, Iceland still keen in continuing their Euro 2016 dream as they face England this Monday. Aside from having concern regarding Three Lions' qualities, joint coach, Lars Lagerback also worried about the potential hot temperature which can easily affected both teams' playing.
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England Ready for Difficult Game Against Iceland
Being tagged as favorite to advance into the next round, England are not expecting an easy ride as they face up against Iceland this Monday. That sentiment was shouted by Three Lions' manager, Roy Hodgson, who believes that defeating the Euro debutante will be a difficult job for his team.
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Spain Not Changing Anything for Italy
Previous media rumors claiming that Spain will setup up a different setup for their upcoming match against Italy was shut down by La Furia Roja's head coach, Vicente Del Bosque. Speaking during news conference ahead of their Euro 2016 last 16 battle, Del Bosque stated that just like in previous Euro, this time around, he also have no plan in  changing anything just to face Antonio Conte's men.
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Italy Keen on Making Spain Wary
Italy will be facing a tough task on their Euro 2016 last 16 fixture this Monday as they must battle Spain, but that situation doesn't bring fear towards Azzurri's head coach, Antonio Conte.
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Euro 2016 Goal of the Day 15: Jerome Boateng’s Goal Against Slovakia
Germany showcasing their quality in the last 16 of Euro 2016 after defeating Slovakia 3-0 with goals from Jerome Boateng, Mario Gomez along with Julian Draxler. Among those scorers, Boateng's strike deserved to be considered as the best one from that whole Sunday match days as the defender scored a wonderful first time low shot which hammered through Slovakia's goal.
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Eden Hazard Leads Belgium’s Victory Over Hungary
Belgium showing the reason they're being tipped as one of the favorites to win Euro 2016 as they demolished Hungary 4-0 with Eden Hazard leading that dominant victory. The match was still looking pretty tight in the first 45 minutes, though Marc Wilmots men already looking more dangerous as they go forward.
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Hungary vs Belgium (0-4)
The teams Hungary: Kiraly; Lang, Juhasz, Guzmics, Kádár; Gera; Lovrencsics, Kleinheisler, Nagy, Dzsudzsák; Szalai. Belgium: Courtois; Meunier, Alderweireld, Vermaelen, Vertonghen; Witsel, Nainggolan; De Bruyne, Mertens, Hazard; R Lukaku.
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Dominant Germany Sent Slovakia Packing
World Champions, Germany advanced into the quarter finals of Euro 2016 following a dominant performance over Slovakia, defeating Jan Kozak's men 3-0. Joachim Low's men immediately took control of that tie since kick off, dominating possession and eventually getting in front after just eight minutes through Jerome Boateng's long range drive.
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Germany vs Slovakia (3-0)
The teams: Germany (4-2-3-1): Neuer; Kimmich, Hummels, Boateng, Hector; Khedira, Kroos; Müller, Özil, Draxler; Gomez. Slovakia (4-3-3): Kozacik; Pekarik, Skrtel, Durica, Gyomber; Hrosovsky, Skriniar, Hamsik; Kucka, Duris, Weiss.
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