Describing their performance as 'brave' would be to condescend to them. They have higher standards.
England struggled to break down the Slovak wall, possession but nothing to show for it. Better against the best?
Nice words for Nathaniel Clyne and Eric Dier but Jack and Jamie? Poor poor poor...
It's fair to say that Matthew Stanger is sceptical about Roy Hodgson's six changes...
Xhaka and Pogba were their country's best players, but they can only do so much alone.
Cristiano Ronaldo united Europe by dancing hand in hand with the cruel mistress of karma. Enjoy it?
Ireland aimed to succeed through defensive perfection. That always looked like an ambition built on sand...
Most tipped France; some tipped Germany; few tipped Spain. They have laid down the biggest marker.
It was almost a case of 'no Pirlo, no party' for Italy. Eder keeps their celebrations going, but is Andrea missed?
While France loves Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba is still a man who divides. Will he ever be loved?
Lots of lovely words on Roy Hodgson, Kyle Walker, Joe Hart, Raheem Sterling and Aaron Ramsey
Walker, Rooney, Lallana, Sturridge, Vardy and Rashford receive some love. Hart, Kane and Sterling do not.
Football, inherently, is supposed to be fun. In amongst the sh*te of the sport, Wales remind us of that.
From 'WHAT A WASTE OF MONEY' to his new role as 'fraud'. Martial will prove critics wrong yet again
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