Monday, 30 March 2015

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The winger was relieved to take all three points on Sunday night, with the victory moving his nation to the top of Group I

Sunday, 29 March 2015

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The Norwich City loanee scored twice to see off Finland and maintain his side's position in Group F as they made it four qualifying wins from five matches

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With a host of Euro 2016 qualifiers, a friendly clash between Chile and Brazil and an all-star charity game at Anfield, there were plenty of familiar faces in action...

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Alexandre Lacazette scored his first goal for France, while Olivier Giroud grabbed the second as Didier Deschamps' men coasted to victory

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Didier Deschamps side put their friendly defeat to Brazil behind them thanks to goals from their two strikers

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The left-back was the unlikely match-winner as his strike on 63 minutes proved to be the difference between the two sides

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The Southampton striker struck in the dying moments of the game to clinch a vital draw for the Boys in Green at the Aviva Stadium

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Michael O'Neill's side kept up the pressure on Group F leaders Romania thanks to two goals in the space of five minutes from the striker, the response coming too late

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Almost immediately after going behind, Uefa's newest member nation scored their first competitive goal to peg back at the hosts at Hampden Park before being thrashed

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Joachim Low's men struggled to break down the stubborn hosts for the first third of the match, but after a quick-fire double before half-time the visitors cruised to a win

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The iconic Bulgarian forward holds a grudge against the Manchester United manager from his time at Barcelona but is glowing in his praise of Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho

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The Croatian midfielder thinks that the Nerazzurri squad needs an overhaul this summer if Roberto Mancini's men want to end their spell away from the top table in Italy

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The Paris Saint-Germain striker recently fumed that he was living in "a s*** country", drawing the ire of the prime minister, but is adamant that he is happy where he is

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The Brazilian defender says that he will see out his contract at the Estadio Vicente Calderon and welcomes Diego Simeone's new deal as promising news for the club

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In the absence of Lionel Messi, the winger captained his national side but struggled to find consistency with his end product in similar fashion to his recent displays with United