Sunday 29 March 2015

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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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COMMENT: Sunday's victory in London over this summer's hosts Chile cemented Dunga's Selecao as front-runners for what would be their ninth South American crown

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A solitary goal from substitute Roberto Firmino was enough for the Selecao in London, with the Hoffenheim forward linking up well with Neymar after being introduced

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COMMENT: As World Cup winner and with a legacy restored, the time to step down as Germany coach was last summer but he now he risks undoing his good work

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COMMENT: The Oranje played out an abysmal 1-1 draw with Turkey and their Euro 2016 qualification hopes will be in further jeopardy for as long as the 68-year-old remains in charge

Saturday 28 March 2015

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A fantastic debut strike from Eder was enough to snatch a point from the jaws of defeat for the Azzurri, after first-half goals from Ivelin Popov and Iliyan Mitsanski

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Klaas-Jan Huntelaar's dramatic, late equaliser salvages a point for the Oranje as they avoid a first ever European Championship qualifying defeat on home soil

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The Wales star played the full 90 minutes against Israel on Saturday and put them to the sword, scoring twice - including a stunning free-kick - as well as creating the opener

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COMMENT: The 16-year-old started for Norway during their thumping Euro 2016 qualifying defeat to Croatia and was anonymous for most of the game

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SPECIAL REPORT: Liam Walker is the only full-time professional in football-crazy Gibraltar, but Manuel Neuer knows all about him. Watch out, Scotland…

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COMMENT: The 25-year-old winger has had a hard time following some poor performances with Real, but can boost his fragile confidence by beating Israel on Saturday

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COMMENT: The European champions failed to convince as they beat Ukraine by a single strike in Seville and are still struggling to forge an identity after World Cup failure

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COMMENT: The Tottenham striker's sensational season continued as he scored just 80 seconds in to his international debut in Friday night's 4-0 win over Lithuania

Friday 27 March 2015

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Alvaro Morata's first senior international goal proves to be the difference for La Roja who barely hold on to secure an important three points

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Harry Kane scored just 78 seconds after coming off the bench where earlier Wayne Rooney, Raheem Sterling and star man Danny Welbeck grabbed the goals for a dominant Three Lions