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Croatia exploit wing weakness of Spain

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Croatia exploit wing weakness of Spain as they counter possession game

Roberto Martinez and Vincent Kompany break down what went wrong for Spain in their 2-1 defeat to Croatia.
The most striking images from the Euro's matchday 12 , with Germany and Poland getting 1-0 wins, and Croatia stunning Spain.

A sparkling Croatia side punished error-prone Spain through quick transitions and efficient wide play to set the defending champions on a collision course with some of the tournament heavyweights. The Spaniards seemed to be coasting to group victory at 1-0 up, but surprising defensive lapses let Croatia reply twice to grab top spot.

Few saw this coming. Spain had delivered two convincing wins and had neither dropped points nor conceded a goal in 10 competitive matches. Vicente del Bosque also kept...

 By Michael Cox

Super-subs are proving their worth at drama-filled European Championship

England manager Roy Hodgson praises substitutes Daniel Sturridge and Jamie Vardy following their come-from-behind win over Wales.

The recent history of the European Championship is based heavily around substitutes.

Super-sub Oliver Bierhoff changed the Euro 96 final, turning a 1-0 Czech Republic lead into a 2-1 Germany victory. Four years later, two substitutes did something similar for France against Italy, with Sylvain Wiltord and David Trezeguet scoring the goals -- the latter assisted by the third sub, Robert Pires -- to win the title for France. In Euro 2012, meanwhile, Spanish duo Fernando Torres and Juan Mata came...

France and Switzerland play safety first in order to get draw required

ESPN FC's Frank Leboeuf, Roberto Martinez and Bob Ley discuss France's level of play in their group stage matches.

Safety-first tactics prevailed in the 0-0 draw between France and Switzerland on Sunday night as both sides got the point they wanted. Didier Deschamps knew a draw would put the hosts top of Group A, while Vladimir Petkovic could seal passage to the round of 16 with the same result, and so neither manager risked too much in the closing stages.

There were further factors that made this a likely goalless draw. Deschamps made five changes among his front six from the Albania game, thus compromising...

England struggle to create chances despite win over Wales

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner reveals his player ratings for England in their win over Wales.
Roberto Martinez and Vincent Kompany praise Roy Hodgson for his substitutions.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley reacts to England's win over Wales at Euro 2016.
The FC crew answer your tweets on Wayne Rooney's performance against Wales and Brian McBride's cameo on a video game cover.

Roy Hodgson was reminded of the fine line between success and failure in the victory over Wales on Thursday.

Having observed a plodding first-half display that saw them trailing to a Gareth Bale free kick at the break, the England boss introduced Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge, who scored the goals to secure a 2-1 win, leaving the headline writers to credit adventurous tactics and bold substitutions.

Wales boss Chris Coleman knew the verdict could so easily have been different and sounded annoyed...

Antonio Conte's tactical masterclass as Italy outwit Belgium at Euro 2016

Belgium failed to deliver in their Euro 2016 opener as they were outwitted by Italy.

Antonio Conte delivered the tactical masterclass of Euro 2016 so far to help Italy outwit Belgium on Monday night. Scepticism has long surrounded what some feel is the worst Azzurri squad in decades, but superior organisation and shrewd strategy underpinned a strong defensive display that quelled the underwhelming stars of Belgium's so-called "Golden generation".

The Italian lineup was not a glitzy one, with Conte using a workmanlike midfield five in front of three robust centre-backs. They alternated...

Real Madrid beat Atletico to UCL through defensive determination

A role reversal took place in the Champions League final on Saturday as Real Madrid beat Atletico Madrid 5-3 on penalties to win their 11th title in the competition.

En route to Milan, Atletico had knocked out Bayern Munich and Barcelona with early goals and solid defending, while Madrid were the side most likely to dominate possession. But instead Zinedine Zidane's men scored quickly through Sergio Ramos before retreating into a compact 4-3-3 shape.

That did not suit their crosstown rivals, who...