Euro 2016 France

Griezmann Stars as France Eliminated Republic of Ireland
Home nation, France got themselves through into the last eight of Euro 2016 after defeating Republic of Ireland 2-1 thanks to Antoine Griezmann's inspirational second half performance.
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France vs Ireland (2-1)
The teams France (4-3-3): Lloris; Sagna, Rami, Koscielny, Evra; Pogba, Kanté, Matuidi; Griezmann, Giroud, Payet. Subs: Mandanda, Cosil, Jallet, Cabaye, Gignac, Martial, Schneiderlin, Mangala, Digne, Sissoko, Coman, Umtiti.
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Belgium to Play Patient Football Against Hungary
Belgium are set to face Hungary on their Euro 2016 last 16 round and Red Devils' head coach, Marc Wilmots is setting up his side to play patient football against The Magyars. Speaking to the media ahead of that game, Wilmots stated in order to break down Hungary's compact defense line, his team must be patient and not rushing things.
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Hungary Ready for Challenging Tie Against Belgium
Finishing top of their group, Hungaria arrived in the last 16 with good confidence even if they are paired with one of Euro 2016 favorites, Belgium. They Magyars' head coach, Bernd Storck, admitted that they will be facing a big challenge against Marc Wilmots' men, as they have many quality players who are playing in big clubs all across Europe.
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Slovakia to Exploit Germany’s Weakness
Slovakia are set for a tough challenge on their Euro 2016 last 16 stage as they will be facing world champions, Germany on Sunday. Although acknowledging the quality of their opponent, The Falcons' head coach, Jan Kozak, stated that they are not afraid and will try to exploit Die Mannschaft's weakness.
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Low Hoping for a Clinical Germany Against Slovakia
World champion, Germany are setting themselves for an intriguing last 16 challenge against Slovakia this Sunday and ahead of that tie Die Mannschaft's head coach, Joachim Low ordered for a clinical display.
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Confident Ireland Set for Exciting Clash Against Tournament Favorite France
Advancing into the Euro 2016 knock out stage after showing a spirited display against Italy seem to lift Republic Ireland's confidence as they are set to meet with host nation and favorite, France.
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Deschamps Wants Solid France Against Ireland
Playing in the last 16 of Euro 2016 against Republic of Ireland, home nation, France is expecting a much more exciting encounter compared to the matches they were playing during group stage.
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Quaresma’s Extra Time Goal Broke Croatia’s Heart
Struggling to make their way into the knock out stages of Euro 2016, Portugal showed some resilience and probably a little bit of luck as they made their way into the last eight stage after defeating Croatia in extra time.
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Croatia vs Portugal (0-1)
Croatia v Portugal line-ups: Croatia: Subasic, Srna, Corluka, Vida, Strinic, Modric, Badelj, Brozovic, Rakitic, Perisic, Mandzukic. Subs: Vargic, Vrsaljko, Jedvaj, Kovacic, Kramaric, Schildenfeld, Rog, Nikola Kalinic, Coric, Pjaca, Cop, Lovre Kalinic.
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Wales vs Northern Ireland (1-0)
Teams: Wales (3-4-1-2) Hennessey; Chester, A Williams, Davies; Gunter, Allen, Ledley, Taylor; Ramsey; Bale, Vokes. Northern Ireland (5-3-2) McGovern; Hughes, McAuley, Cathcart, J Evans, Dallas; Davis, C Evans, Norwood; Ward, Lafferty.
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McAuley’s Own Goal Sent Wales Into Euro 2016 Quarter Finals
Wales' memorable Euro 2016 campaign continue as they got themselves through into the last eight of that tournament following a slender 1-0 win over Northern Ireland. That victory was not an easy one as it was a very tight game for both sides with an own goal from Gareth McAuley turned out as the game's decider.
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Switzerland vs Poland (4-5)
Teams: Switzerland: Sommer, Lichtsteiner, Schar, Djourou, Rodriguez, Behrami, Xhaka, Shaqiri, Dzemaili, Mehmedi, Seferovic. Subs: Hitz, Moubandje, Elvedi, von Bergen, Lang, Embolo, Frei, Zakaria, Fernandes, Tarashaj, Derdiyok, Burki.
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Poland Advanced Into Euro 2016 Last Eight After Shoot Out Win Over Swiss
Poland earned a historic achievement following their success in reaching Euro 2016 quarter finals after eliminating Switzerland via penalty shoot out. Both teams drew 1-1 in normal time and failed to score anymore goals during 2x15 additional time, forcing the match to be decided with shoot out.
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Northern Ireland Expecting Tough Last 16 Tie Against Wales
Northern Ireland are gearing up for a massive Euro 2016 last 16 tie this weekend and their head coach, Michael O'Neil stated that his team won't be expecting anything else aside from tough encounter against Wales.
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Wales Only Thinking About Northern Ireland Clash
Being tipped as favorite on their last 16 battle against Northern Ireland doesn't make Wales getting ahead of themselves as their head coach, Chris Coleman wants his side to focus only on their weekend game.
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