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Ronaldo and Portugal prove it takes a village to reach Euro semifinals

Ricardo Quaresma scores the winning penalty for Portugal as Cristiano Ronaldo and company move on to the semifinals.
Portugal once again prevailed on penalties as Ricardo Quaresma hit home the game-winner yet again.
Ricardo Quaresma scores the winning penalty for Portugal as Cristiano Ronaldo and company move on to the semifinals.
Despite advancing to the semifinals, ESPN FC's Steve Nicol feels Cristiano Ronaldo has regressed.
Steve McManaman assesses Portugal's narrow win over Poland to advance to the semifinals.
The Euro Tonight crew discuss Portugal's penalty shootout victory over Poland and look ahead to who they may face in the semifinals.
Watch Cristiano Ronaldo during Portugal's dramatic, quarterfinal triumph over Poland.
Making his first start for Portugal, Renato Sanches lived up to the hype, scoring the equaliser and converting in penalties.
Robert Lewandowski is gutted to have bowed out of Euro 2016 on penalties to Portugal.

MARSEILLE, France -- The African proverb goes, "It takes a village to raise a child." If you can stomach the metaphor and accept "village" to mean a community of men, divided by age, ability, culture, net worth and state of mind, but sharing a common goal, then it takes a village to win a European championship.

Or, at least, to advance to the semifinal. Which is the lesson learned after Portugal defeated Poland 5-3 on penalty kicks Thursday.

Those who had pictured Portugal getting to the final four...

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Portugal prevail on penalties vs. tired Poland to reach Euro 2016 semifinals

Ricardo Quaresma scores the winning penalty for Portugal as Cristiano Ronaldo and company move on to the semifinals.
Portugal once again prevailed on penalties as Ricardo Quaresma hit home the game-winner yet again.
Ricardo Quaresma scores the winning penalty for Portugal as Cristiano Ronaldo and company move on to the semifinals.
Despite advancing to the semifinals, ESPN FC's Steve Nicol feels Cristiano Ronaldo has regressed.
Steve McManaman assesses Portugal's narrow win over Poland to advance to the semifinals.
The Euro Tonight crew discuss Portugal's penalty shootout victory over Poland and look ahead to who they may face in the semifinals.
Watch Cristiano Ronaldo during Portugal's dramatic, quarterfinal triumph over Poland.
Making his first start for Portugal, Renato Sanches lived up to the hype, scoring the equaliser and converting in penalties.
Robert Lewandowski is gutted to have bowed out of Euro 2016 on penalties to Portugal.

MARSEILLE, France -- Three thoughts on a tense, tight quarterfinal as Portugal beat Poland 5-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in extra time ...

1. Portugal prevail, Poland exit in agony

Portugal are in the semifinals and Ricardo Quaresma is again their last-gasp hero, though this time, it came in a penalty shootout that separated two desperately tired teams. Poland's furthest run at the Euros is over. They could not repeat their flawless performance in Saturday's last-16 shootout with Switzerland....

England's defeat vs. Iceland at Euro 2016 will go down as one of their worst

Relive all of England's most dismal moments in Euro 2016.

NICE, France -- Roy Hodgson did not hang around. Within half an hour of the final whistle, he had volunteered his own name for addition to the long list of ex-England managers. That he chose not to draw out the inevitable is just about the only credit he can take on one of the English national team's darkest nights.

Make no mistake: in a long history of gutting humiliations, unrelenting lethargy and spectacular failure, Monday's defeat was right down there with the worst of them.

Do not for...

 By Nick Ames

Iceland stage epic Euro shocker to eliminate disgraceful England

England suffered an embarrassing defeat at the hands of Iceland in the round of 16.
England suffered an embarrassing defeat at the hands of Iceland in the round of 16.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner shares his frustrations following England's 'embarrassing' display in their Euro 2016 exit against Iceland.
Ragnar Sigurdsson's volley inspired Iceland's shock, come-from-behind victory over England.
ESPN FC's Roberto Martinez and Vincent Kompany reflect on England's shock loss to Iceland and discuss where they go from here.
The Iceland team celebrated their unlikely victory over England with their fans.
Vincent Kompany and Roberto Martinez assess Iceland's chances against France in the quarterfinals.

NICE, France -- Three thoughts from Iceland's monumental 2-1 upset of England in the round of 16 on Monday at Euro 2016.

1. Iceland pull off greatest Euro upset

Make no mistake about this: Iceland's victory could not have been more thoroughly deserved. England were out-battled and outthought, the result being a 2-1 defeat that will go down as the biggest one-off shock at a European Championship.

Nobody could have predicted this after England produced the blistering start manager Roy Hodgson wanted....

Italy's collective creativity foils predictable Spain at Euro 2016

Italy outclassed the defending champions and move on to the quarterfinals to face Germany.

PARIS -- It erupted spontaneously from the Azzurri crowd, who had previously ignored the prompts from the Stade de France DJ. It was the soundtrack that had accompanied the World Cup-winning side in 2006, the chorus from White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army." It roared into life in injury time after Graziano Pelle's short-range finish made the net billow behind Spain goalkeeper David De Gea.

That made it 2-0, and that's when the realization hit that there was no going back. The defending European...

 By Chris Jones

Thirty-two short films about Giorgio Chiellini from Italy's 2-0 win over Spain

Italy outclassed the defending champions and move on to the quarterfinals to face Germany.

SAINT-DENIS, France -- Italy defeated Spain 2-0 to reach the Euro quarterfinals. A big reason why? Long suffering Giorgio Chiellini.

1. Chiellini stands in the Italian line for the anthems next to Gianluigi Buffon, their arms tight around each other. Spain loom to their left. The atmosphere inside Stade de France is heavy under a low and threatening sky; it feels more like the moments before a final than the seventh match of the Round of 16. It feels that way because it was the final in 2012, when...