UEFA Euro 2016 knockout phase


The knockout phase of UEFA Euro 2016 began on 25 June 2016 and ended on 10 July 2016 with the final in Saint-Denis, France, near Paris.[1][2]

All times listed are Central European Summer Time (UTC+2)

Format


In the knockout phase, extra time and a penalty shoot-out were used to decide the winners if necessary.[3] As with every tournament since UEFA Euro 1984, there was no third place play-off.

UEFA set out the following schedule for the round of 16:[3]

  • Match 1: Runners-up Group A vs Runners-up Group C
  • Match 2: Winners Group D vs 3rd Place Group B/E/F
  • Match 3: Winners Group B vs 3rd Place Group A/C/D
  • Match 4: Winners Group F vs Runners-up Group E
  • Match 5: Winners Group C vs 3rd Place Group A/B/F
  • Match 6: Winners Group E vs Runners-up Group D
  • Match 7: Winners Group A vs 3rd Place Group C/D/E
  • Match 8: Runners-up Group B vs Runners-up Group F

Combinations of matches in the Round of 16

The specific match-ups involving the third-placed teams depended on which four third-placed teams qualified for the round of 16:[3]

  Combination according to the four qualified teams
Third-placed teams
qualify from groups
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vs
1B
vs
1C
vs
1D
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Qualified teams


The top two placed teams from each of the six groups qualified for the knockout stage, along with the four best third-placed teams.[3]

Group Winners Runners-up Third-placed teams
(Best four qualify)
A  France   Switzerland N/A
B  Wales  England  Slovakia
C  Germany  Poland  Northern Ireland
D  Croatia  Spain N/A
E  Italy  Belgium  Republic of Ireland
F  Hungary  Iceland  Portugal

Bracket


 
Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
25 June – Saint-Étienne
 
 
  Switzerland1 (4)
 
30 June – Marseille
 
 Poland (p)1 (5)
 
 Poland1 (3)
 
25 June – Lens
 
 Portugal (p)1 (5)
 
 Croatia0
 
6 July – Décines-Charpieu
 
 Portugal (a.e.t.)1
 
 Portugal2
 
25 June – Paris
 
 Wales0
 
 Wales1
 
1 July – Villeneuve-d'Ascq
 
 Northern Ireland0
 
 Wales3
 
26 June – Toulouse
 
 Belgium1
 
 Hungary0
 
10 July – Saint-Denis
 
 Belgium4
 
 Portugal (a.e.t.)1
 
26 June – Villeneuve-d'Ascq
 
 France0
 
 Germany3
 
2 July – Bordeaux
 
 Slovakia0
 
 Germany (p)1 (6)
 
27 June – Saint-Denis
 
 Italy1 (5)
 
 Italy2
 
7 July – Marseille
 
 Spain0
 
 Germany0
 
26 June – Décines-Charpieu
 
 France2
 
 France2
 
3 July – Saint-Denis
 
 Republic of Ireland1
 
 France5
 
27 June – Nice
 
 Iceland2
 
 England1
 
 
 Iceland2
 

Round of 16


Switzerland vs Poland

Switzerland[5]
Poland[5]
GK1Yann Sommer
RB2Stephan Lichtsteiner (c)
CB22Fabian Schär 55'
CB20Johan Djourou 117'
LB13Ricardo Rodríguez
CM11Valon Behrami 77'
CM10Granit Xhaka
RW23Xherdan Shaqiri
AM15Blerim Džemaili 58'
LW18Admir Mehmedi 70'
CF9Haris Seferovic
Substitutions:
FW7Breel Embolo 58'
FW19Eren Derdiyok 70'
MF16Gelson Fernandes 77'
Manager:
Vladimir Petković
GK22Łukasz Fabiański
RB20Łukasz Piszczek
CB15Kamil Glik
CB2Michał Pazdan 111'
LB3Artur Jędrzejczyk 58'
RM16Jakub Błaszczykowski
CM10Grzegorz Krychowiak
CM5Krzysztof Mączyński 101'
LM11Kamil Grosicki 104'
SS7Arkadiusz Milik
CF9Robert Lewandowski (c)
Substitutions:
MF6Tomasz Jodłowiec 101'
MF17Sławomir Peszko 104'
Manager:
Adam Nawałka

Man of the Match:
Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland)[6]

Assistant referees:[7]
Simon Beck (England)
Jake Collin (England)
Fourth official:
Anastasios Sidiropoulos (Greece)
Additional assistant referees:
Anthony Taylor (England)
Andre Marriner (England)
Reserve assistant referee:
Damianos Efthymiadis (Greece)

Wales vs Northern Ireland

Wales 1–0 Northern Ireland
Report
Attendance: 44,342[8]
Wales[9]
Northern Ireland[9]
GK1Wayne Hennessey
CB5James Chester
CB6Ashley Williams (c)
CB4Ben Davies
RM2Chris Gunter
CM7Joe Allen
CM16Joe Ledley 63'
CM10Aaron Ramsey 90+4'
LM3Neil Taylor 58'
CF18Sam Vokes 55'
CF11Gareth Bale
Substitutions:
FW9Hal Robson-Kanu 55'
MF20Jonny Williams 63'
Manager:
Chris Coleman
GK1Michael McGovern
RB18Aaron Hughes
CB4Gareth McAuley 84'
CB20Craig Cathcart
LB5Jonny Evans
CM8Steven Davis (c) 67'
CM13Corry Evans
CM16Oliver Norwood 79'
RW19Jamie Ward 69'
LW14Stuart Dallas 44'
CF10Kyle Lafferty
Substitutions:
FW11Conor Washington 69'
MF7Niall McGinn 79'
FW21Josh Magennis 84'
Manager:
Michael O'Neill

Man of the Match:
Gareth Bale (Wales)[10]

Assistant referees:[7]
Michael Mullarkey (England)
Stephen Child (England)
Fourth official:
Felix Brych (Germany)
Additional assistant referees:
Michael Oliver (England)
Craig Pawson (England)
Reserve assistant referee:
Mark Borsch (Germany)

Croatia vs Portugal

Croatia 0–1 (a.e.t.) Portugal
Report
Croatia[12]
Portugal[12]
GK23Danijel Subašić
RB11Darijo Srna (c)
CB5Vedran Ćorluka 120'
CB21Domagoj Vida
LB3Ivan Strinić
CM10Luka Modrić
CM19Milan Badelj
RW14Marcelo Brozović
AM7Ivan Rakitić 110'
LW4Ivan Perišić
CF17Mario Mandžukić 88'
Substitutions:
FW16Nikola Kalinić 88'
FW20Marko Pjaca 110'
FW9Andrej Kramarić 120'
Manager:
Ante Čačić
GK1Rui Patrício
RB21Cédric
CB3Pepe
CB4José Fonte
LB5Raphaël Guerreiro
RM10João Mário 87'
CM23Adrien Silva 108'
CM14William Carvalho 78'
LM15André Gomes 50'
CF17Nani
CF7Cristiano Ronaldo (c)
Substitutions:
MF16Renato Sanches 50'
FW20Ricardo Quaresma 87'
MF13Danilo 108'
Manager:
Fernando Santos

Man of the Match:
Renato Sanches (Portugal)[13]

Assistant referees:[7]
Roberto Alonso Fernández (Spain)
Juan Carlos Yuste Jiménez (Spain)
Fourth official:
Viktor Kassai (Hungary)
Additional assistant referees:
Jesús Gil Manzano (Spain)
Carlos del Cerro Grande (Spain)
Reserve assistant referee:
György Ring (Hungary)

France vs Republic of Ireland

France 2–1 Republic of Ireland
Report
France[15]
Republic of Ireland[15]
GK1Hugo Lloris (c)
RB19Bacary Sagna
CB4Adil Rami 44'
CB21Laurent Koscielny
LB3Patrice Evra
CM15Paul Pogba
CM5N'Golo Kanté 27' 46'
CM14Blaise Matuidi
RW7Antoine Griezmann
LW8Dimitri Payet
CF9Olivier Giroud 73'
Substitutions:
FW20Kingsley Coman 46' 90+3'
FW10André-Pierre Gignac 73'
MF18Moussa Sissoko 90+3'
Manager:
Didier Deschamps
GK23Darren Randolph
RB2Séamus Coleman (c) 25'
CB5Richard Keogh
CB12Shane Duffy 66'
LB17Stephen Ward
RM19Robbie Brady
CM8James McCarthy 71'
CM13Jeff Hendrick 41'
LM11James McClean 68'
CF9Shane Long 72'
CF21Daryl Murphy 65'
Substitutions:
FW14Jonathan Walters 65'
DF4John O'Shea 68'
MF20Wes Hoolahan 71'
Manager:
Martin O'Neill

Man of the Match:
Antoine Griezmann (France)[16]

Assistant referees:[7]
Elenito Di Liberatore (Italy)
Mauro Tonolini (Italy)
Fourth official:
Aleksei Kulbakov (Belarus)
Additional assistant referees:
Daniele Orsato (Italy)
Antonio Damato (Italy)
Reserve assistant referee:
Vitali Maliutsin (Belarus)

Germany vs Slovakia

Germany 3–0 Slovakia
Report
Germany[18]
Slovakia[18]
GK1Manuel Neuer (c)
RB21Joshua Kimmich 46'
CB17Jérôme Boateng 72'
CB5Mats Hummels 67'
LB3Jonas Hector
CM18Toni Kroos
CM6Sami Khedira 76'
RW13Thomas Müller
AM8Mesut Özil
LW11Julian Draxler 72'
CF23Mario Gómez
Substitutions:
DF4Benedikt Höwedes 72'
FW10Lukas Podolski 72'
MF7Bastian Schweinsteiger 76'
Manager:
Joachim Löw
GK23Matúš Kozáčik
RB2Peter Pekarík
CB3Martin Škrtel (c) 13'
CB4Ján Ďurica
LB5Norbert Gyömbér 84'
CM13Patrik Hrošovský
CM14Milan Škriniar
CM17Marek Hamšík
RW19Juraj Kucka 90+1'
LW7Vladimír Weiss 46'
CF21Michal Ďuriš 64'
Substitutions:
MF6Ján Greguš 46'
FW9Stanislav Šesták 64'
DF16Kornel Saláta 84'
Manager:
Ján Kozák

Man of the Match:
Julian Draxler (Germany)[19]

Assistant referees:[7]
Paweł Sokolnicki (Poland)
Tomasz Listkiewicz (Poland)
Fourth official:
Björn Kuipers (Netherlands)
Additional assistant referees:
Paweł Raczkowski (Poland)
Tomasz Musiał (Poland)
Reserve assistant referee:
Erwin Zeinstra (Netherlands)

Hungary vs Belgium

Hungary 0–4 Belgium
Report
Hungary[21]
Belgium[21]
GK1Gábor Király
RB2Ádám Lang 47'
CB20Richárd Guzmics
CB23Roland Juhász 79'
LB4Tamás Kádár 34'
CM8Ádám Nagy
CM10Zoltán Gera 46'
RW14Gergő Lovrencsics
AM16Ádám Pintér 75'
LW7Balázs Dzsudzsák (c)
CF9Ádám Szalai 90+2'
Substitutions:
MF6Ákos Elek 61' 46'
FW17Nemanja Nikolić 75'
FW13Dániel Böde 79'
Manager:
Bernd Storck
GK1Thibaut Courtois
RB16Thomas Meunier
CB2Toby Alderweireld
CB3Thomas Vermaelen 67'
LB5Jan Vertonghen
CM4Radja Nainggolan
CM6Axel Witsel
AM7Kevin De Bruyne
RF14Dries Mertens 70'
CF9Romelu Lukaku 76'
LF10Eden Hazard (c) 81'
Substitutions:
FW11Yannick Carrasco 70'
FW22Michy Batshuayi 89' 76'
MF8Marouane Fellaini 90+2' 81'
Manager:
Marc Wilmots

Man of the Match:
Eden Hazard (Belgium)[22]

Assistant referees:[7]
Milovan Ristić (Serbia)
Dalibor Đurđević (Serbia)
Fourth official:
Jonas Eriksson (Sweden)
Additional assistant referees:
Danilo Grujić (Serbia)
Nenad Đokić (Serbia)
Reserve assistant referee:
Daniel Wärnmark (Sweden)

Italy vs Spain

Italy 2–0 Spain
Report
Italy[24]
Spain[24]
GK1Gianluigi Buffon (c)
CB15Andrea Barzagli
CB19Leonardo Bonucci
CB3Giorgio Chiellini
RM8Alessandro Florenzi 84'
CM18Marco Parolo
CM16Daniele De Rossi 54'
CM23Emanuele Giaccherini
LM2Mattia De Sciglio 24'
SS17Éder 82'
CF9Graziano Pellè 54'
Substitutions:
MF10Thiago Motta 89' 54'
FW20Lorenzo Insigne 82'
DF4Matteo Darmian 84'
Manager:
Antonio Conte
GK13David de Gea
RB16Juanfran
CB3Gerard Piqué
CB15Sergio Ramos (c)
LB18Jordi Alba 89'
DM5Sergio Busquets 89'
CM10Cesc Fàbregas
CM6Andrés Iniesta
RW21David Silva 90+4'
LW22Nolito 41' 46'
CF7Álvaro Morata 70'
Substitutions:
FW20Aritz Aduriz 46' 81'
FW9Lucas Vázquez 70'
FW11Pedro 81'
Manager:
Vicente del Bosque

Man of the Match:
Leonardo Bonucci (Italy)[25]

Assistant referees:[7]
Bahattin Duran (Turkey)
Tarık Ongun (Turkey)
Fourth official:
Martin Atkinson (England)
Additional assistant referees:
Hüseyin Göçek (Turkey)
Barış Şimşek (Turkey)
Reserve assistant referee:
Michael Mullarkey (England)

England vs Iceland

The match has been described as one of England's worst defeats ever.[26] Former footballer and Talksport presenter Stan Collymore, who was commentating on the game, panned the England team, reserving special criticism for goalkeeper Joe Hart and captain Wayne Rooney.[27] Former England international and BBC Sport pundit Alan Shearer described it as the worst performance he had ever seen from an England team.[28] The defeat was called England's most shocking since losing 1–0 to the United States in the 1950 World Cup.[29]

The English team was viciously mocked by the press who described it as a "second exit from Europe", as the United Kingdom had voted to leave the European Union just four days earlier. As a result, the match was seen as a national embarrassment.[30] The English media criticized the team to be unfit and the fans to be unsportsmanlike, as talksport radio presenter Mark Saggers put, “Pack your bags, Roy, we've had enough of you… Wayne Rooney, we’ve had enough of you too, you've never delivered on the highest, the most important stage… The whole of this tournament will be happy that England’s going home. Because our reputation on and off the field is as low as it gets right now… The players might have sunk to their knees. The likes of Sturridge, probably crying his eyes out, you want to feel like we do watching you playing for England week in week out?”[31][32]

England 1–2 Iceland
Report
Attendance: 33,901[33]
England[34]
Iceland[34]
GK1Joe Hart
RB2Kyle Walker
CB5Gary Cahill
CB6Chris Smalling
LB3Danny Rose
CM20Dele Alli
CM17Eric Dier 46'
CM10Wayne Rooney (c) 87'
RW15Daniel Sturridge 47'
CF9Harry Kane
LW7Raheem Sterling 60'
Substitutions:
MF18Jack Wilshere 46'
FW11Jamie Vardy 60'
FW22Marcus Rashford 87'
Manager:
Roy Hodgson
GK1Hannes Þór Halldórsson
RB2Birkir Már Sævarsson
CB14Kári Árnason
CB6Ragnar Sigurðsson
LB23Ari Freyr Skúlason
RM7Jóhann Berg Guðmundsson
CM10Gylfi Sigurðsson 38'
CM17Aron Gunnarsson (c) 65'
LM8Birkir Bjarnason
CF9Kolbeinn Sigþórsson 77'
CF15Jón Daði Böðvarsson 89'
Substitutions:
MF18Theódór Elmar Bjarnason 77'
MF21Arnór Ingvi Traustason 89'
Managers:
Heimir Hallgrímsson
Lars Lagerbäck

Man of the Match:
Ragnar Sigurðsson (Iceland)[35]

Assistant referees:[7]
Jure Praprotnik (Slovenia)
Robert Vukan (Slovenia)
Fourth official:
Carlos Velasco Carballo (Spain)
Additional assistant referees:
Matej Jug (Slovenia)
Slavko Vinčić (Slovenia)
Reserve assistant referee:
Roberto Alonso Fernández (Spain)

Quarter-finals


Poland vs Portugal

Poland[37]
Portugal[37]
GK22Łukasz Fabiański
RB20Łukasz Piszczek
CB15Kamil Glik 66'
CB2Michał Pazdan
LB3Artur Jędrzejczyk 42'
RM16Jakub Błaszczykowski
CM10Grzegorz Krychowiak
CM5Krzysztof Mączyński 98'
LM11Kamil Grosicki 82'
SS7Arkadiusz Milik
CF9Robert Lewandowski (c)
Substitutions:
MF21Bartosz Kapustka 89' 82'
MF6Tomasz Jodłowiec 98'
Manager:
Adam Nawałka
GK1Rui Patrício
RB21Cédric
CB3Pepe
CB4José Fonte
LB19Eliseu
DM14William Carvalho 90+2' 96'
RM10João Mário 80'
CM16Renato Sanches
LM23Adrien Silva 70' 73'
SS17Nani
CF7Cristiano Ronaldo (c)
Substitutions:
MF8João Moutinho 73'
FW20Ricardo Quaresma 80'
MF13Danilo 96'
Manager:
Fernando Santos

Man of the Match:
Renato Sanches (Portugal)[38]

Assistant referees:[7]
Mark Borsch (Germany)
Stefan Lupp (Germany)
Fourth official:
Milorad Mažić (Serbia)
Additional assistant referees:
Bastian Dankert (Germany)
Marco Fritz (Germany)
Reserve assistant referee:
Milovan Ristić (Serbia)

Wales vs Belgium

Wales 3–1 Belgium
Report
Wales[40]
Belgium[40]
GK1Wayne Hennessey
CB5James Chester 16'
CB6Ashley Williams (c)
CB4Ben Davies 5'
DM16Joe Ledley 78'
CM7Joe Allen
CM10Aaron Ramsey 75' 90'
RW3Neil Taylor
LW2Chris Gunter 24'
CF9Hal Robson-Kanu 80'
CF11Gareth Bale
Substitutions:
MF8Andy King 78'
FW18Sam Vokes 80'
DF19James Collins 90'
Manager:
Chris Coleman
GK1Thibaut Courtois
RB16Thomas Meunier
CB2Toby Alderweireld 85'
CB15Jason Denayer
LB21Jordan Lukaku 75'
CM4Radja Nainggolan
CM6Axel Witsel
RW11Yannick Carrasco 46'
AM7Kevin De Bruyne
LW10Eden Hazard (c)
CF9Romelu Lukaku 83'
Substitutions:
MF8Marouane Fellaini 59' 46'
FW14Dries Mertens 75'
FW22Michy Batshuayi 83'
Manager:
Marc Wilmots

Man of the Match:
Hal Robson-Kanu (Wales)[41]

Assistant referees:[7]
Jure Praprotnik (Slovenia)
Robert Vukan (Slovenia)
Fourth official:
Nicola Rizzoli (Italy)
Additional assistant referees:
Matej Jug (Slovenia)
Slavko Vinčić (Slovenia)
Reserve assistant referee:
Elenito Di Liberatore (Italy)

Germany vs Italy

Germany[43]
Italy[43]
GK1Manuel Neuer (c)
RB4Benedikt Höwedes
CB17Jérôme Boateng
CB5Mats Hummels 90'
LB3Jonas Hector
RM21Joshua Kimmich
CM6Sami Khedira 16'
CM18Toni Kroos
LM8Mesut Özil
CF13Thomas Müller
CF23Mario Gómez 72'
Substitutions:
MF7Bastian Schweinsteiger 112' 16'
MF11Julian Draxler 72'
Manager:
Joachim Löw
GK1Gianluigi Buffon (c)
CB15Andrea Barzagli
CB19Leonardo Bonucci
CB3Giorgio Chiellini 120+1'
DM18Marco Parolo 59'
CM14Stefano Sturaro 56'
CM23Emanuele Giaccherini 103'
RW8Alessandro Florenzi 86'
LW2Mattia De Sciglio 57'
CF9Graziano Pellè 91'
CF17Éder 108'
Substitutions:
DF4Matteo Darmian 86'
FW20Lorenzo Insigne 108'
FW7Simone Zaza 120+1'
Manager:
Antonio Conte

Man of the Match:
Manuel Neuer (Germany)[44]

Assistant referees:[7]
György Ring (Hungary)
Vencel Tóth (Hungary)
Fourth official:
Szymon Marciniak (Poland)
Additional assistant referees:
Tamás Bognár (Hungary)
Ádám Farkas (Hungary)
Reserve assistant referee:
Paweł Sokolnicki (Poland)

France vs Iceland

France 5–2 Iceland
Report
France[46]
Iceland[46]
GK1Hugo Lloris (c)
RB19Bacary Sagna
CB22Samuel Umtiti 75'
CB21Laurent Koscielny 72'
LB3Patrice Evra
CM15Paul Pogba
CM14Blaise Matuidi
RW18Moussa Sissoko
AM7Antoine Griezmann
LW8Dimitri Payet 80'
CF9Olivier Giroud 60'
Substitutions:
FW10André-Pierre Gignac 60'
DF13Eliaquim Mangala 72'
FW20Kingsley Coman 80'
Manager:
Didier Deschamps
GK1Hannes Þór Halldórsson
RB2Birkir Már Sævarsson
CB14Kári Árnason 46'
CB6Ragnar Sigurðsson
LB23Ari Freyr Skúlason
RM7Jóhann Berg Guðmundsson
CM17Aron Gunnarsson (c)
CM10Gylfi Sigurðsson
LM8Birkir Bjarnason 58'
CF9Kolbeinn Sigþórsson 83'
CF15Jón Daði Böðvarsson 46'
Substitutions:
FW11Alfreð Finnbogason 46'
DF5Sverrir Ingi Ingason 46'
FW22Eiður Guðjohnsen 83'
Managers:
Heimir Hallgrímsson
Lars Lagerbäck

Man of the Match:
Olivier Giroud (France)[47]

Assistant referees:[7]
Sander van Roekel (Netherlands)
Erwin Zeinstra (Netherlands)
Fourth official:
Milorad Mažić (Serbia)
Additional assistant referees:
Pol van Boekel (Netherlands)
Richard Liesveld (Netherlands)
Reserve assistant referee:
Milovan Ristić (Serbia)

Semi-finals


Portugal vs Wales

Portugal 2–0 Wales
Report
Portugal[49]
Wales[49]
GK1Rui Patrício
RB21Cédric
CB2Bruno Alves 71'
CB4José Fonte
LB5Raphaël Guerreiro
DM13Danilo
CM10João Mário
CM23Adrien Silva 79'
AM16Renato Sanches 74'
CF17Nani 86'
CF7Cristiano Ronaldo (c) 72'
Substitutions:
MF15André Gomes 74'
MF8João Moutinho 79'
FW20Ricardo Quaresma 86'
Manager:
Fernando Santos
GK1Wayne Hennessey
CB5James Chester 62'
CB19James Collins 66'
CB6Ashley Williams (c)
RWB2Chris Gunter
LWB3Neil Taylor
DM16Joe Ledley 58'
CM7Joe Allen 8'
CM8Andy King
CF9Hal Robson-Kanu 63'
CF11Gareth Bale 88'
Substitutions:
FW18Sam Vokes 58'
FW23Simon Church 63'
MF20Jonny Williams 66'
Manager:
Chris Coleman

Man of the Match:
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)[50]

Assistant referees:[7]
Mathias Klasenius (Sweden)
Daniel Wärnmark (Sweden)
Fourth official:
Szymon Marciniak (Poland)
Additional assistant referees:
Stefan Johannesson (Sweden)
Markus Strömbergsson (Sweden)
Reserve assistant referee:
Paweł Sokolnicki (Poland)

Germany vs France

Germany 0–2 France
Report
Attendance: 64,078[51]
Germany[52]
France[52]
GK1Manuel Neuer
RB21Joshua Kimmich
CB17Jérôme Boateng 61'
CB4Benedikt Höwedes
LB3Jonas Hector
CM14Emre Can 36' 67'
CM7Bastian Schweinsteiger (c) 45+1' 79'
RW8Mesut Özil 45+1'
AM18Toni Kroos
LW11Julian Draxler 50'
CF13Thomas Müller
Substitutions:
DF2Shkodran Mustafi 61'
MF19Mario Götze 67'
MF20Leroy Sané 79'
Manager:
Joachim Löw
GK1Hugo Lloris (c)
RB19Bacary Sagna
CB21Laurent Koscielny
CB22Samuel Umtiti
LB3Patrice Evra 43'
CM15Paul Pogba
CM14Blaise Matuidi
RW18Moussa Sissoko
AM7Antoine Griezmann 90+2'
LW8Dimitri Payet 71'
CF9Olivier Giroud 78'
Substitutions:
MF5N'Golo Kanté 75' 71'
FW10André-Pierre Gignac 78'
MF6Yohan Cabaye 90+2'
Manager:
Didier Deschamps

Man of the Match:
Antoine Griezmann (France)[53]

Assistant referees:[7]
Elenito Di Liberatore (Italy)
Mauro Tonolini (Italy)
Fourth official:
Damir Skomina (Slovenia)
Additional assistant referees:
Daniele Orsato (Italy)
Antonio Damato (Italy)
Reserve assistant referee:
Jure Praprotnik (Slovenia)

Final


Portugal 1–0 (a.e.t.) France
Report
Portugal[55]
France[55]
GK1Rui Patrício 120+3'
RB21Cédric 34'
CB3Pepe
CB4José Fonte 119'
LB5Raphaël Guerreiro 95'
DM14William Carvalho 98'
RW16Renato Sanches 79'
AM23Adrien Silva 66'
LW10João Mário 62'
CF17Nani
CF7Cristiano Ronaldo (c) 25'
Substitutions:
FW20Ricardo Quaresma 25'
MF8João Moutinho 66'
FW9Eder 79'
Manager:
Fernando Santos
GK1Hugo Lloris (c)
RB19Bacary Sagna
CB21Laurent Koscielny 107'
CB22Samuel Umtiti 80'
LB3Patrice Evra
RM18Moussa Sissoko 110'
CM15Paul Pogba 115'
CM14Blaise Matuidi 97'
LM8Dimitri Payet 58'
SS7Antoine Griezmann
CF9Olivier Giroud 78'
Substitutions:
MF20Kingsley Coman 58'
FW10André-Pierre Gignac 78'
FW11Anthony Martial 110'
Manager:
Didier Deschamps

Man of the Match:
Pepe (Portugal)[56]

Assistant referees:[57]
Simon Beck (England)
Jake Collin (England)
Fourth official:
Viktor Kassai (Hungary)
Additional assistant referees:
Anthony Taylor (England)
Andre Marriner (England)
Reserve assistant referee:
György Ring (Hungary)

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