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  • Livescore: Germany vs Slovakia

  • Griezmann double sends France into Euro 2016 last eight

    Griezmann double sends France into Euro 2016 last eight

    Antoine Griezmann kept France on track for Euro 2016 glory as the hosts survived a major scare to edge the Republic of Ireland 2-1. Griezmann's second-half double, which came inside three crucial minutes, fired his side into the quarter-finals as...

  • Livescore: France vs Ireland

  • Hodgson happy to continue but will not 'beg' to stay

    Hodgson happy to continue but will not 'beg' to stay

    England manager Roy Hodgson has said he is prepared to remain in the job after Euro 2016 but will not be 'begging' for a new deal. Hodgson's contract expires after the tournament in France and Football Association chairman Greg Dyke indicated last...

  • Boateng faces fitness test

    Boateng faces fitness test

    Germany will decide late ahead of their Euro 2016 round of 16 match against Slovakia today whether defender Jerome Boateng can help them to another clean sheet en route to what they hope is their fourth continental crown. Boateng did not train...

  • Belgium yet to prove their credentials

    The Euro 2016 draw has opened up for Belgium, but Marc Wilmots’s side are still to confirm their title credentials before their round of 16 match against Hungary today. Belgium finished second in Group E after an opening defeat by Italy, but...

  • Henry handball gives Irish extra motivation vs France

    Henry handball gives Irish extra motivation vs France

    Thierry Henry’s handball sent such shockwaves that barely anyone remembers it was actually William Gallas who scored the infamous goal France ruined Ireland’s chances of a World Cup appearance more than six years ago. This afternoon, Les Bleus...

  • England clash is biggest in Iceland’s footballing history says Gudjohnsen

    Eidur Gudjohnsen is preparing for “the biggest game in Iceland’s footballing history” but admits if his country are knocked out of Euro 2016 by England, he hopes Roy Hodgson’s men go on to lift the trophy. The 37-year-old, who has managed just six...

  • Messi primed to end Argentina drought in finals

    Messi primed to end Argentina drought in finals

    Chile face Argentina in tonight’s Copa America final for the right to call themselves South America’s dominant team but perhaps an even bigger question for football fans the world over regards whether Lionel Messi can finally win a major...

  • Roy’s only got himself to blame

    Roy’s only got himself to blame

    As an England fan, this is traditionally the time in a tournament when you start to dream that the years of hurt might actually be coming to an end. But with this manager in charge, I don’t think I’ll bother. Roy Hodgson’s decision to rest half...

  • Football news

    Keeper Matt Gilks, 34, believes he can hit the ground running at Rangers after linking up with some familiar faces. The Scotland international will be reunited with former Burnley team-mate Joey Barton and former international colleagues after...

  • Sporting briefs

    Redmond: Nathan Redmond has joined managerless Southampton from relegated Norwich City in what is believed to be a £10 million deal. Despite being without a manager following Ronald Koeman’s exit to Everton last week, Saints have moved to make the...

  • England sweep the series 3-0

    Owen Farrell kicked 24 points as England racked up a record score to beat Australia 44-40 in a rollercoaster of a third test in Sydney yesterday and inflict a first 3-0 home series sweep on the Wallabies since 1971. Tries from prop Dan Cole,...

  • Kerber eyes German sporting double

    Angelique Kerber is looking forward to a potential German sporting double over the next fortnight, aiming to win Wimbledon as one of the favourites while also cheering on her national football team at Euro 2016. Australian Open champion Kerber...

  • Federer ready to put ‘one stupid move’ behind him

    Federer ready to put ‘one stupid move’ behind him

    All it took was “one stupid move” for Roger Federer’s season to fall into an abyss. For much of his career, the seven-times Wimbledon champion had been blessed with a body that seemed bullet-proof against the aches, pains and injuries suffered by...

  • Sports round-up

    Motorcycling: Ducati’s Andrea Dovizioso will start today’s Dutch MotoGP round on pole position after a wet and crash-filled afternoon at Assen. The pole was the Italian’s first since Qatar at the start of last year, and fourth in the top category,...

  • Portugal snatch extra-time winner to book a place in quarter finals

    Portugal snatch extra-time winner to book a place in quarter finals

    A close-range header from Portugal substitute Ricardo Quaresma secured a 1-0 win over Croatia after the game burst into life in the last few minutes of extra time to set up a Euro 2016 quarter-final against Poland next week. Quaresma struck three...

  • Live score: Croatia vs Portugal

    Live score: Croatia vs Portugal

    Croatia surprisingly beat Spain to top their first round group. They face Portugal, which scraped through the first round, thanks to some Ronaldo magic.

  • Wales into last eight after Northern Ireland own goal

    Wales into last eight after Northern Ireland own goal

    Wales reached the Euro 2016 quarter-finals with a 1-0 win over Northern Ireland thanks to an own goal by Gareth McAuley in a poor encounter at the Parc des Princes. Centre back McAuley turned a Gareth Bale cross into his own net 15 minutes from...

  • Live score: Wales vs Northern Ireland

    Live score: Wales vs Northern Ireland

    The two British teams meet for the first international clash following the shocking Brexit vote. Could Gareth Bale's Wales upset Northern Ireland after topping the England group?