After a series of errors and injuries, Team Belgium has regained its footing and its reputation as a Euro 2016 favorite. Coach Marc Wilmots is cautiously optimistic about his team's chances of taking the quarterfinal game against underdog Wales.
Bayern Munich will be able to keep a close eye on Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches as he gets some much-needed game time in southwestern Wales. This is one deadline day deal that suits all parties involved .
After four games, 15 goals and a few pathetic penalties the quarterfinals are over. There will be a first major tournament semifinal for Wales, who are joined by three of the usual suspects. But what else did we learn?
Eight games in three days sent some big teams packing and left a mixture of the familiar and the first-timers in the quarterfinals. We know who is in and who’s out but what else did the first knockout stage teach us?
In Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski, Poland and Portugal boast two of the world’s deadliest strikers but neither the sides nor their star men have set Euro 2016 alight. That could all change on Thursday.
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