It’s time to get excited.
On Sunday afternoon, sans Ronaldo for almost 100 minutes, Portugal was able to outlast France and become European Champions. Once more, the hosts shrunk.
It’s not Portugal’s fault for taking advantage of every break that’s gone their way at the Euro. All that matters are results, and they keep getting them.
We’re almost there, aren’t we? Two big matchups—Portugal v. Wales, Germany v. France—will produce our Euro 2016 Final. What can we expect?
After going 5-3 in our Euro 2016 Round of 16 predictions, it’s time to breakdown the four matches making up the quarterfinals. Which countries will advance?
Where did the Euro group stages get us? Where do we go from here? It’s prediction time with the Round of 16 kicking off.
All this talk of dilution because of the Euro expanding, and yet, it’s been the bigger nations that haven’t been so convincing.
Are you ready for the Euro? Group A features a tournament favorite in France, but they’ll need to overcame a shaky back line if they are to make a run.
Germany won a quiet game over France, while Brazil won its battle with Colombia but may have lost the war.
It wasn’t easy, but the two soccer powers advanced to the quarterfinals.
Lionel Messi has been making up for his subpar World Cup performances prior to this year.
With their second upset in as many games, Costa Rica will be advancing out of the group stage.
In a day of underwhelming games, the Swiss stood out.
With so much on the line, how will many of these injuries affect their respective teams?
France will be the favorites in one of the weakest groups.