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 By Sasa Ibrulj

Bosnia-Herzegovina unable to cope with Belgium's individual quality

Kevin De Bryune, Marouane Fellaini and Eden Hazard all scored as the Belgium stars showed up against a feisty Bosnian side.

Mehmed Bazdarevic, the 54-year old manager of Bosnia-Herzegovina, could have not been more honest and direct to a small pack of journalists at King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on Thursday night. His Bosnia-Herzegovina team had just lost to Belgium 3-1, despite looking in control after Edin Dzeko had opened the scoring in the 15th minute.

"I believe that we did our best," he said. "But, at this point, Belgium is a side with much better individuals than we have and this result is realistic."


With Italy's national team struggling, Pelle might be Azzurri's savior

Graziano Pelle scored a late winner to give Italy three crucial points in a 1-0 victory over Malta in Euro 2016 qualifying Group H.
Italy head coach Antonio Conte was focused on the bigger picture as Graziano Pelle scored a controversial winner to see off Malta 1-0 in Euro 2016 qualifying.

Graziano Pelle is quite the forgetful man. Italy's Euro 2016 qualifier against Malta on Thursday had barely finished when a reporter from national broadcaster Rai thrust a microphone in the striker's face and asked him which part of his body he had used to score the Azzurri's only goal, which won the game. "I don't remember," replied Pelle. "I'd have to watch a replay first."

Those of us who had already seen the TV footage knew that Pelle had diverted Antonio Candreva's cross into the net with an...

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Aaron Ramsey on brink of realising Wales qualifying ambition

Liverpool legend Ian Rush has said that qualifying for Euro 2016 is an achievement, not only for Welsh football, but for the country itself.

Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey is within 90 minutes of fulfilling his ambition of helping his country to the finals of a major tournament.

Chris Coleman's side will become the first Wales side achieve that feat for 58 years if they can beat Israel in Cardiff on Sunday.

Wales beat Cyprus 1-0 in their Euro 2016 qualifier on Thursday to mean they need only three points from their last three matches to book a place in France next summer.

And Arsenal star Ramsey said: "It's always been something I've wanted...

France's Karim Benzema as important as Cristiano Ronaldo - Deschamps

Former France international Luis Fernandez speaks about pressure on France as hosts of Euro 2016.
Didier Deschamps and Pierre Mankowski believe former Monaco forward Anthony Martial will succeed with his new club Manchester United.

France coach Didier Deschamps has praised star striker Karim Benzema, saying his team are better when the Real Madrid man is playing.

Benzema, who was linked with a move to Arsenal over the summer, is set to start up front alongside Lyon striker Nabil Fekir in Friday's friendly against Portugal.

"The presence of Karim is very important," Deschamps told a news conference. "He's a top-level player who has international experience.

"He's not going to resolve everything by himself, but Karim is Karim...

Euro 2016 Forecaster: Several seeded teams in danger of not qualifying

Germany coach Joachim Loew and midfielder Mario Gotze look ahead to their crunch Euro 2016 Group D qualifiers against Poland and Scotland.

The penultimate week of Euro 2016 group qualifying begins on Thursday, and 17 different countries could clinch a spot in France by Tuesday. The qualifying campaign has been rife with upsets, resulting in only two of the nine seeded teams currently being on top of their groups.

With the forgiving nature of qualifying, not all of the seeds are in danger of being eliminated. Each group's top two teams qualify automatically for Euro 2016. The best team of the nine third-place clubs also gets a direct berth, and the other eight third-place teams enter playoffs for the final four spots.

But as it stands, ESPN's Soccer Power Index (SPI) forecasts three seeded teams to finish outside the top two when the group stage concludes in October. Based on 10,000 simulations of the remaining games, here's how SPI sees the groups playing out, with a focus on how the top seeds are performing. (For more information on SPI, see Nate Silver's explainers here, here and here.)