Antoine Griezmann has been named Goal's Euro 2016 Player of the Tournament with 44 per cent of readers' votes.
The France star, who played a key role in his side reaching the final before coming up short against Portugal in the showpiece event on Sunday, finished as the competition's top goalscorer with six strikes.
Griezmann pipped Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo, who received 39 per cent of readers' votes, to the gong in our six-man poll.
Ronaldo's team-mate Pepe, who was named Man of the Match after a fine display in Portugal's 2-0 win over France in the final, finished third after collecting eight per cent of the votes cast.
And France midfielder Dimitri Payet finished narrowly ahead of teen sensation Renato Sanches and Hugo Lloris, who ranked fifth and sixth respectively.