Tuesday, 30 June 2015

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Neither side was able to make the breakthrough in 120 minutes of action, with Patrik Carlgren the hero as his country won their first ever European Under-21 Championship

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Two goals from Eduardo Vargas helped to secure La Roja's safe passage into the Copa America final, despite a late Gary Medel own goal making things rather interesting in Santiago

Sunday, 28 June 2015

Saturday, 27 June 2015

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Substitute Robin Quaison and Oscar Hiljemark ensured their side's passage to the European Championships final after John Guidetti and Simon Tibbling scored in the first half

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Goals from Bernardo Silva, Ricardo, Ivan Cavaleiro, Joao Mario and Ricardo Horta sent Rui Jorge's side through to the final in style after a stunning display on Saturday

Thursday, 25 June 2015

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Goal took in the action in Santiago, where the hosts ousted the defending champions thanks to Isla's late winner, in a relentless encounter that saw two red cards

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

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Both teams reached the semi-finals of the European Championships as Simon Tibbling's late equaliser salvaged a draw for the Swedes after Goncalo Paciencia's opener

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Andrea Belotti's goal and a brace from Marco Benassi were enough to secure the win for Luigi Di Biagio's side, who nevertheless go out alongside Gareth Southgate's Young Lions

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

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Jess Thorup's side secured their place in the Under-21s European Championships semi-finals as goals from Rasmus Falk and Viktor Fischer saw them finish top of Group A

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Horst Hrubesch's side were good value for their lead but were forced to endure some nervous moments towards the end as they ultimately held onto the draw that saw them through

Monday, 22 June 2015

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A valuable win for the Selecao ensured they topped Group C and earned a spot in the quarter-finals, while La Vinotinto suffered elimination from the Copa America

Sunday, 21 June 2015

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Los Incas battled well to book their place in the quarter-finals, while Jose Pekerman's men have to wait for the conclusion of the final Group C match to learn their fate

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Luigi Di Biagio's side kept their chances of a semi-final place alive but should have had all three points after dominating proceedings throughout

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Jesse Lingard's late strike kept England's hopes of glory alive after a sluggish and lethargic performance saw them struggle to break down Hakan Ericson's well-organised side

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Lionel Messi made his 100th appearance for La Albiceleste but it was a Gonzalo Higuain strike that ensured they topped Group B at Copa America 2015

Saturday, 20 June 2015

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Uruguay are through to the quarter-finals of the 2015 Copa America after playing out a 1-1 draw at Estadio La Portada in La Serena

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Kevin Volland scored twice before Matthias Ginter added a third as the 2009 champions kept their hopes of a semi-final place alive against Jess Thorup's side

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Jan Kliment's hat-trick and Martin Frydek's second-half strike capped off a stunning performance from Jakub Dovalil's side, who were utterly dominant from start to finish

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Charles Aranguiz grabbed an opportunistic brace for the hosts, as Sampaoli's men sauntered to a very easy victory in Santiago, even resting key players in the process