Wales defeats Belgium to make it to 2016 Euro Cup semifinals
Jul02

Wales defeats Belgium to make it to 2016 Euro Cup semifinals

Wales has advanced to the semifinals of the 2016 UEFA Euro Cup after edging the Belgian team 3-1 on Friday night in France’s Lille. The goals were scored by Wales’ Ashley Williams in the 30th minute, Hal Robson-Kanu in the 55th minute and Sam Vokes in the 85th minute, and Belgium’s Radja Nainggolan in the 13th minute. In the semifinals, Wales will face Portugal, which defeated Poland 5-3 on penalties on Thursday, in Lyon on July 6....

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Germany desperate to rewrite history against Italy
Jun29

Germany desperate to rewrite history against Italy

Germany are determined to snap their tournament losing streak to Italy dating back almost half a century when the two meet in a Euro 2016 quarter-final on Saturday in Bordeaux, players said on Wednesday (June 29). The world champions have lost to Italy in every single tournament knockout match they have played against them, starting from a 1970 World Cup semi-final. They also lost the 1982 World Cup final, a 2006 World Cup semi-final...

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World champions Germany beat Ukraine in their Euro opener
Jun12

World champions Germany beat Ukraine in their Euro opener

Shkodran Mustafi and Bastian Schweinsteiger were on target as world champions Germany defeated Ukraine 2-0 in their Euro 2016 Group C opener on Sunday (June 12). The Germans, eyeing their fourth Euro title and their first since 1996, opened the scoring when central defender Mustafi, starting in place of the injured Mats Hummels, rose high to head in a pinpoint Toni Kroos free kick in the 19th minute. Joachim Loew’s men, who also...

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Clashes in stadium after England Vs Russia Euro 2016 match
Jun12
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Rubbish piles up in Paris as pre-Euro football protests go on
Jun08

Rubbish piles up in Paris as pre-Euro football protests go on

Rubbish piled up on streets in parts of Paris and other French cities on Wednesday as strikes and pickets by waste treatment workers took a toll in the country which hosts the Euro 2016 football tournament from Friday. The protests were part of a wave of demonstrations and work stoppages led by the hardline CGT union against government plans to reform labour law to make hiring and firing easier and help lower the jobless rate from 10...

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