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Mon, 20 Jun 2016 17:43:35 -0400
Soccer-New Brazil coach has World Cup qualification as priority

Wales advanced to the European Championship's knockout stages as group winner after comprehensively beating Russia 3-0 on Monday. Goals from Aaron Ramsey, Neil Taylor and Gareth Bale, his third in consecutive games at Euro 2016, ensured that Wales won Group B ahead of England, which could only draw 0-0 with Slovakia. Bale then made it 3-0 in the 67th minute with an audacious shot that makes him the tournament's leading score


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 17:40:59 -0400
The Latest: Russia coach hints he wont be at helm for long

BORDEAUX, France (AP) -- Sitting on the bench at another major tournament is clearly getting to Spain midfielder Pedro Rodrigue


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 17:35:41 -0400
Russian fan leader arrested, faces 2nd deportation in a week

By Mark Trevelyan ST ETIENNE, France (Reuters) - England had to settle for a 0-0 draw against Slovakia on Monday although that was enough for Roy Hodgson's team to reach the knockout phase by finishing second in Group B behind Wales. England dominated the match but their failure to beat Slovakia, who came third and should also go through to the last 16, means they will face the runners-up in Group F. England made six changes and their new-look lineup created several chances, with Jamie Vardy, Adam Lallana, Nathaniel Clyne and substitute Deli Alli having efforts to break the deadloc


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 17:28:26 -0400
Soccer-England go through after 0-0 draw with Slovakia

SAINT-ETIENNE, France (AP) -- England qualified for the round of 16 at the European Championship after being held to a 0-0 draw by Slovakia on a frustrating Monday night for Roy Hodgson's team. The result meant England was leapfrogged by Wales at the top of the Group B, after Gareth Bale helped his team beat Russia 3-0 in the other Group B match. England created but failed to take a series of chances against a very defensive Slovakia side that can still reach the knockout stages as one of the four best third-place team


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 17:20:03 -0400
Wales thump Russia to top group and move into last sixteen

The leader of a Russian fan union with alleged far-right links was arrested at Russia's game with Wales on Monday and now faces being deported from France for the second time in a week. French Interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henri Brandet said Alexander Shprygin was detained at the stadium in Toulouse, three days after he was deported from France after authorities accused him of involvement in hooliganism. ''Detained tonight in the Toulouse stadium, Alexander Shprygin was placed in custody and his situation will be dealt with either administratively or with a judicial procedure,'' Brandet told The Associated Press by text messag


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 17:17:27 -0400
Soccer-European Championship summaries

By Steve Tongue TOULOUSE (Reuters) - Wales outplayed Russia 3-0, scoring twice in the opening 20 minutes, as they moved into the round of 16 at Euro 2016 by winning Group B on Monday. Aaron Ramsey dinked the ball over Igor Akinfeev to finish off a counter-attack in the 11th minute and Neil Taylor added a second, also from a counter-attack nine minutes later as Wales took early control. Russia had no answer to the fast, incisive Welsh breaks and survived several more chances before Gareth Bale scored his third goal of the tournament to become Euro 2016's top marksman, flicking the third past Akinfeev in the 67th minut


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 16:35:38 -0400
SOCCER-France re-arrests Russian soccer fan leader days after deportation

French police re-arrested Russian soccer fan leader Alexander Shprygin in the southwestern city of Toulouse on Monday, two days after deporting him in connection with violence that marred the beginning of the Euro 2016 tournament. It was not immediately clear how Shprygin re-entered France. A message on his Twitter handle said that he had taken an unconventional route and included a photo of a jet belonging to Spanish low-cost carrier Vueling Airline


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 16:23:26 -0400
Soccer-Turkey - "deeply upset" Terim lambasts critics

With Northern Ireland on the verge of the knockout stages of the European Championship, coach Michael O'Neill is counting on his side to finish the job against Germany. ''We just got to do everything possible to keep progression in our own hands and that's what we'll aim to do,'' O'Neill said. Germany has started both its games so far - the 2-0 win over Ukraine and a scoreless draw with Poland - with 10 members of the squad that won the World Cup in Rio de Janeiro two years ag


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 15:25:00 -0400
Croatia waits on Modric for game against Spain at Euro 2016

Turkey is pinning its hopes at the European Championship on another great escape. The last time Turkey was at the tournament, it was arguably in as big a hole as it is this time. Back in 2008, Turkey was a quarter of an hour from being knocked out of the tournament at the group stage, before a remarkable goal spree triggered a chain of events that saw the team eventually make it to the semifinals - its best performance ye


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 14:33:38 -0400
Soccer-Croatia gets suspended ticket ban, fine for crowd trouble

Czech Republic goalkeeper Petr Cech has urged his teammates to raise their game in Tuesday's match against Turkey after losing captain Tomas Rosicky to injury at the European Championship. Rosicky suffered a partial tear of a thigh muscle in Friday's 2-2 draw with Croatia, ruling the Czechs' inspirational playmaker out of the tournament. ''It's a big loss, he's one of the key players,'' Cech said on Monday, as the team prepared for its decisive Group D match against the Turks at the Stade Bollaert-Delelis in Len


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 13:49:30 -0400
Soccer-England and Slovakia fans party together before Euro clash

The Austrian-based company that provided the turf at the European Championship stadiums in Lille and Marseille has offered to help solve the problems. Richter Rasen managing director Alexander Richter tells Austrian broadcaster ORF he will travel to France this week to help organizers find a solution for the damaged surfaces. Several coaches and players have complained about the fields, and UEFA acknowledged last week that some have not been good enoug


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 13:49:30 -0400
Soccer-England and Slovakia fans party together before Euro clash

Already peppered by shots from Cristiano Ronaldo, both Iceland and Austria hope to do more of their own attacking when they play each other in Group F on Wednesday. Iceland can advance as group winner, runner-up or as one of the best third-place teams, and a third straight draw might be enough. After starting with a 2-0 loss against Hungary, Austria had few chances in a 0-0 draw with Portugal on Saturda


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 12:31:15 -0400
The Latest: Payet criticizes playing surface in Lille

Ripped on social media for the shredded state of Switzerland's red shirts, Puma has apologized for a faulty batch of jerseys. ''I hope Puma doesn't make condoms,'' Switzerland forward Xherdan Shaqiri, whose No. 23 shirts stayed intact, quipped to broadcasters. The sports apparel company, which kits out Usain Bolt and the Jamaica track team, said sorry on Monday to one of its top soccer client


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 11:26:59 -0400
British soccer player signs for club while awaiting retrial

A total of 557 ''violent supporters'' have been arrested so far at the European Championship, France's interior minister said Monday. The most visible violence at Euro 2016 occurred in Marseille in the opening days of the monthlong competition when England fans, Russia supporters and local youths clashed with each other and French riot police. ''With the exception of the first match in Marseille, which led to violence in the city center, the measures taken immediately after this match in liaison with UEFA, but especially with the countries from which these supporters were coming, have enabled us to avoid new acts of violence, new fights in the center of the host cities,'' Cazeneuve sai


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 10:58:05 -0400
Adidas agrees record new deal with German soccer team

The players on Albania's national soccer team will be given diplomatic passports in recognition of their win over Romania at the European Championship. Albania scored its first goal of the tournament and won its first match on Sunday, beating Romania 1-0 in the Group A match in Lyon. Armando Sadiku scored in the 43rd minut


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 10:57:53 -0400
Soccer player facing rape retrial signed by English club

By Matt Smith and Tina Bellon PARIS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Adidas has agreed to extend its sponsorship deal with world soccer champions Germany until 2022, paying 50 million euros ($56.7 million) per year to overtake France as the most lucrative national team sportswear contract. A battle between Adidas and Nike for dominance of the global soccer gear market has driven a steep rise in payments to elite clubs and top national sides. Chief Executive Herbert Hainer confirmed that Adidas will pay 50 million euros a year, double the value of its previous contract and surpassing the 43 million euros Nike pays a year to France, currently hosting the European championshi


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 10:44:58 -0400
Amid football fervour, some England fans look differently at Brexit

By Victoria Bryan BERLIN (Reuters) - Kit manufacturer Puma said it had traced a problem with ripped shirts for the Swiss team at Euro 2016 to a defective batch of material used only in a limited number of home jerseys for the team. During the goalless draw against France on Sunday, which saw Switzerland join Les Bleus into the knockout phase, at least four Swiss players had to go to the sidelines to swap their torn tops. Germany-based Puma said analysis of the jerseys showed there was one batch of material where yarns had been damaged during production, making the garment weake


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 10:40:39 -0400
Soccer-Puma says ripped Swiss shirts due to batch of defective material

Poland goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is still trying to recover from an injury he picked up in his team's first European Championship match in France and appears certain to miss the last one. The Roma goalkeeper was injured in Poland's 1-0 win over Northern Ireland and coach Adam Nawalka said Monday he hasn't yet resumed full training ahead of Tuesday's final Group C match against Ukraine at Stade Velodrome in Marseille. In his absence, Swansea goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski kept a clean sheet in Poland's 0-0 draw with World Cup champion German


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 10:01:45 -0400
Soccer-European Championship fixtures

Paul Pogba's encouraging return to form at the European Championship couldn't have come at a better time for France. ''We need Paul to be at his best,'' France coach Didier Deschamps said. Against Switzerland, he went on several trademark rampaging runs and came close to scoring three times in the first half - one 25-meter strike hit the crossbar while another shot from outside the penalty area was save


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 09:02:15 -0400
Soccer-Celtic to face Flora Tallinn or Lincoln in Champions League qualifying

By Mark Trevelyan LYON, France (Reuters) - Robert Fawcett has already cast his postal vote for Britain to leave the European Union, but since arriving in France for the European soccer championship he's suffered moments of doubt. Mingling with supporters from many countries in the southern French city of Lyon, with the beer flowing freely and the fans singing and dancing in the streets, the 25-year-old engineer from Grimsby, northern England, is feeling a bit more Europea


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 08:30:49 -0400
Soccer-Spurs agree fee for Saints midfielder Wanyama - reports

EVIAN-LES-BAINS, France (AP) -- Thomas Mueller has yet to click at the European Championship and Germany looks far from convincing as it waits for the gangly forward to rediscover his form. Mueller's five goals helped Germany win the World Cup two years ago, and he also contributed five in the 2010 World Cup. ''I hope I can score a goal, but as I said already before the tournament, it's not my main thing,'' Mueller said Sunday, ahead of Germany's last Group C game against Northern Ireland at Parc des Princes in Paris on Tuesda


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 07:33:28 -0400
EPL chief backs Britain staying in European Union

SAINT-MARTIN-DE-RE, France (AP) -- Spain's often overlooked defense still has an important role to play at the European Championship. Spain enters Tuesday's final Group D game against Croatia trying to defend a 14-game unbeaten run at the European Championship. The defense has also helped by scoring an important goal in the opening match against the Czech Republic, when central defender Gerard Pique came through with a late header after the strikers had struggled to find the ne


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 07:15:39 -0400
Soccer-Tight groups, matches show 24-team format working, says UEFA

Underwhelming through two goalless games, Cristiano Ronaldo has another chance to shine. The Portugal forward has failed get his team going at the European Championship, even missing a penalty late in the 0-0 draw against Austria. ''This isn't the first time this has happened in his career,'' Portugal coach Fernando Santos sai


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 07:07:06 -0400
Soccer-Italy look to build up momentum against Ireland, says Parolo

PARIS (AP) -- The Latest from soccer's European Championship (all times local


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 06:12:34 -0400
Soccer-Miura still hungry for goals after scoring at 49

Albania never doubted its coach, and that faith finally paid off. The tiny Balkan nation made history by beating Romania 1-0 at the European Championship on Sunday for its first ever win in an international competition. It did so by giving one more committed, all-in team effort that manager Giovanni De Biasi was convinced would eventually prove to be a winning formul


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 05:28:09 -0400
Soccer-Kit manufacturer investigates Swiss miss at Euro 2016

UEFA's competitions director does not fear teams colluding to produce favorable results in the final round of European Championship group games. Speculation about ''biscotto'' games - where a certain result suits both teams - is a concern at most tournaments, but could be an extra risk with the 24-team format at Euro 2016. ''We think we are pretty safe because there is a need by many teams to win,'' Marchetti sai


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 04:53:45 -0400
Albanian players at Euro 2016 to get diplomatic passports

To stay in the European Championship, Ireland must do something it hasn't done in more than two decades - beat Italy in a competitive match. Any other result in Wednesday's final Group E game at Stade Pierre Mauroy will send the Irish home. No such worries for Italy, though, as coach Antonio Conte led his team to two straight wins to secure first place in the grou


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 04:50:29 -0400
Soccer-Pogba admires Zidane but best project to decide future

The players on Albania's national soccer team will be given diplomatic passports in recognition of their win over Romania at the European Championship. Albania scored its first goal of the tournament and won its first match on Sunday, beating Albania 1-0 in the Group A match in Lyon. Armando Sadiku scored in the 43rd minut


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 03:26:28 -0400
Soccer-Bribery scandal nixes Jeonbuk v Man City friendly

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is heading to Nice under pressure to perform. One of soccer's biggest personalities, the 34-year-old Sweden striker needs to step up against Belgium on Wednesday with his team almost certainly needing a win to progress at the European Championship. ''Zlatan is one of the greatest forwards I have ever met,'' Sweden coach Erik Hamren sai


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 02:00:11 -0400
Reuters Sports Schedule at 0600 GMT on Monday, June 20

Adidas will pay 50 million euros ($57 million) a year to extend its sponsorship deal with the German soccer association (DFB), twice as much as it has paid so far, German paper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) reported. Adidas currently pays around 25 million euros a year to supply the world champions but faced competition from U.S. rival Nike for the contract. Sport Bild reported last week that the renewed contract could cost Adidas 65-70 million euros a yea


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 19:25:56 -0400
Swiss follow France to last 16, Albania upsets Romania

Though teams often swap shirts with their opponents after a game, Switzerland's players were forced to change their own ones several times in an eventful 0-0 draw with France at the European Championship on Sunday. Along with the four ripped shirts there was another unusual sight as the ball burst in the second half of a draw that sealed Switzerland's place in the last 16, alongside an already-qualified France. The result ended up suiting both, with France taking first place in Group A and the Swiss advancing in second plac


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 19:07:20 -0400
Soccer-US championship results and standings

Benny Feilhaber had an assist and a goal late in the first half and Sporting Kansas City held on to beat FC Dallas 2-0 on Sunday to end a three-game winless streak. Lawrence Olum side-netted a header, off a free kick from the top corner of the box by Feilhaber, to put Sporting KC (6-6-5) ahead in the 43rd minute. Moments later, Feilhaber drew a penalty against Atiba Harris and, after a double-clutching, converted from the spot in the second minute of stoppage tim


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 19:05:41 -0400
Soccer-England to leave out Rooney among six changes - reports

ST ETIENNE, France (Reuters) - England captain Wayne Rooney will be left out of the starting lineup for their last Euro 2016 Group B match against Slovakia, British media reported. England need a point to make sure of reaching the last 16 but Rooney will not begin the game in St-Etienne on Monday and nor will full backs Kyle Walker and Danny Rose. Jordan Henderson will replace Rooney in midfield, with Nathaniel Clyne and Ryan Bertrand coming in at right and left back respectively, the newspaper reports said. .


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 18:49:05 -0400
Switzerland celebrates 1st appearance in knockout stage

It's going to be a long three days for Albania as the small Balkan country waits to find out if it's to qualify for the knockout stages of the European Championship. Albania kept its hopes of qualifying for the round of 16 alive with a 1-0 victory over Romania on Sunday, a result that eliminated its opponent. The result meant Albania, playing in its first major tournament, went above Romania in the group rankings into third place with three points, and still in with a chance to make the round of 1


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 18:42:26 -0400
Cut-up pitch, ripped shirts, burst ball fail quality test

Switzerland didn't need to win its last Group A match against France at the European Championship to have a reason to celebrate. With Albania beating Romania 1-0 in Sunday's other Group A game, Switzerland finished second behind France with five points after a 1-0 victory over Albania and a 1-1 draw with Romania. ''We are very, very happy,'' said goalkeeper Yann Sommer, who produced a superb save to deny striker Antoine Griezmann in the second hal


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 18:32:23 -0400
Soccer-Cut-up pitch, ripped shirts, burst ball fail quality test

By Philip Blenkinsop LILLE, France (Reuters) - While France and Switzerland largely got what they wanted with a 0-0 draw at Euro 2016 on Sunday, it was a night of shame for ground staff and sports manufacturers. Four Swiss players had to change ripped shirts, the Adidas match ball, sold outside for 140 euros ($158), burst and a cut-up pitch at the Stade Pierre Mauroy, that had to be patched up by groundsmen at halftime, sent players sliding. The Lille pitch, beneath a retractable roof, still has to host an Italy v Ireland clash on Wednesday, a last-16 fixture and a quarter-fina


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 18:28:04 -0400
Ripped shirts, a punctured ball and no goals in 0-0 draw

France ended the group stage of Euro 2016 in the position they wanted but with their coach still looking for the right formula to bring the best out of a team with high expectations. Didier Deschamps has been tinkering since the start of the tournament, again making five changes for Sunday's 0-0 draw with Switzerland that allowed the host nation to win their group. France, who have plenty of talent up front, showed potential in the second half against Albania and in the first against Switzerland but they are yet to produce a full-match performance suggesting they could trouble the big gun


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 18:05:46 -0400
Albania - last-16 hopes still alive in debut tournament

Albania's first win at Euro 2016 against Romania on Sunday was the ultimate display of coach Gianni De Biasi's one-for-all and all-for-one mentality. In his four years as coach, Italian De Biasi has tried various players to find the perfect combination and it seems he found it on Sunday. The outstanding Ledian Memushaj was crucial in keeping the Romanian defense occupied while Armando Sadiku's header just before halftime was all the motivation the Albanians needed as the door for a last-16 spot cracked ope


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 16:49:48 -0400
Soccer-Switzerland follow France through to last 16 with 0-0 draw

Switzerland followed France through to the last 16 of Euro 2016 by holding the host nation to a 0-0 draw in their final Group A match on Sunday after the unlucky French hit the woodwork three times on Sunday. France had the best chances in a lively first half but the intensity then dropped, with both sides looking happy with a result that means Les Bleus win the group with seven points from three games ahead of the Swiss in second two points back. Paul Pogba, criticized for his first two outings, stepped up a gear and hit the bar twice before the brea


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 14:58:06 -0400
Soccer-Romania make five changes for Albania game

Romania made five changes to their team for the Euro 2016 Group A clash with Albania on Sunday, with Denis Alibec becoming the third different striker used by coach Anghel Iordanescu in the tournament. Bogdan Stancu, the first Romanian player to score twice at a European Championship by netting in their first two group games, moves from the center to the left of midfield with Adrian Popa coming in on the other side of the recalled Nicolae Stanciu. Ovidiu Hoban replaces Mihai Pintilii as one of the two central midfielders in a 4-2-3-1 formation while Alexandru Matel fills the left back slot instead of Razvan Ra


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 14:48:40 -0400
Soccer-Switzerland bring in teenage striker, France change five

Switzerland named 19-year-old striker Breel Embolo in their team to play France on Sunday as they seek at least a draw to reach the knockout phase of Euro 2016. Embolo, who has made two appearances as a substitute in the tournament, was handed a first start by Switzerland coach Vladimir Petkovic in place of Haris Seferovic in an otherwise unchanged line-up. Hosts France, already through to the last 16, made five changes to the side that started the 2-0 victory over Albania, recalling Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba, the latter forming a new-look midfield with Yohan Cabaye and Moussa Sissok


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 13:31:05 -0400
Croatia may be without Modric for match against Spain

Russia forward Fyodor Smolov blamed England and Wales supporters on Sunday for the violence that marred the opening days of the European Championship. Russia supporters attacked England fans at the final whistle of their teams' game at Marseille, while England and Wales fans had minor clashes with Russia supporters in Lille during the first week of Euro 201


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 13:25:45 -0400
Soccer-Finnish championship results and standings

SAINT-ETIENNE, France (AP) -- Slovakia defender Martin Skrtel has plenty of inside information on England to impart. The 31-year-old center back has played more than 300 games in the Premier League since he joined Liverpool in 2008 and knows most of the English squad inside out. At Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Skrtel will be facing some of his club teammates at Liverpool, including midfielders Adam Lallana, James Milner and Jordan Henderson, as well as striker Daniel Sturridg


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 13:04:58 -0400
Soccer-I will kick Sturridge if I have to, says Skrtel

When you're as muscular and imposing as Cristiano Ronaldo, it's hard to hide in the shadows when it starts getting awry on the field. Ronaldo rarely does. The problem is that the Portugal captain has had 22 - but missed every on


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 12:31:25 -0400
Soccer-Ronaldo gets support from coach to continue taking penalties

If Gareth Bale and his Wales teammates are to go far at the European Championship, they will need to do better with their possession of the ball. Wales beat Slovakia 2-1 in its opening game, before a below-par performance against England led to a 2-1 defeat in stoppage time. Bale scored with a long-distance free kick in both games, but the Real Madrid forward couldn't lift his team when it counted against Englan


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 12:08:22 -0400
PROFILE-Soccer-Nani outshines Portugal team mate Ronaldo at Euros

Then, at the 1998 World Cup, England was handed a last-16 match against the mighty Argentina after finishing in second place in its group. The rest has gone down in English soccer lore: Michael Owen's wonder goal that started inside his own half. A point is all the team requires against Slovakia on Monday to reach the knockout stage, but a win will see England finish at the top - and earn the team a last-16 match in Paris close to its training bas


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 07:23:23 -0400
Soccer-Chinese championship results and standings

EVIAN-LES-BAINS, France (AP) -- To silence the critics, Germany needs to get its attack going. The team's misfiring forwards have yet to score at the European Championship in games against Ukraine and Poland, and coach Joachim Loew has brushed off suggestions of a lack of leadership in his side. The World Cup champions, who face Northern Ireland on Tuesday in Group C, needed defender Shkodran Mustafi to break the deadlock against Ukraine before midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger sealed the 2-0 win on a break in injury tim


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 06:57:52 -0400
The Latest: Saint-Etienne prefect blames UEFA for trouble

After more fan disorder in Marseille at the European Championship, UEFA hit the Hungarian soccer federation with a range of disciplinary charges on Sunday. In a second case announced by UEFA, a Portugal fan who ran on the field to get a selfie with Cristiano Ronaldo will cost his national soccer body a fine. In the Hungary case, UEFA said its disciplinary panel will meet Tuesday to judge charges of ''crowd disturbances,'' throwing objects and setting off firework


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 06:37:54 -0400
UEFA charges Hungary for fan disorder at Euro 2016 match

A Portugal fan who ran on the field to get a selfie with Cristiano Ronaldo will cost his national soccer federation a fine. The man ran across half the field from behind one goal at Parc des Princes after Portugal drew 0-0 with Austria on Saturday. UEFA has charged the Hungarian soccer federation for fan disorder inside the stadium at a European Championship match in Marseill


Sun, 19 Jun 2016 06:28:20 -0400
Soccer-Expanded format exposes Europe - flabby middle

Robert Lewandowski is in some impressive company at the European Championship, for all the wrong reasons. The Poland striker has yet to score at Euro 2016, joining the likes of Portugal winger Cristiano Ronaldo and Sweden forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic. ''It would be good to get a goal, but I haven't had any chances,'' Lewandowski said after Poland's 0-0 draw with German




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