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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

France play on after Paris attacks but lose friendly against England

Dele Alli and Wayne Rooney scored as England defeated France 2-0 in a friendly at Wembley on Tuesday, four days after the attacks in Paris.

England controlled much of the action after a rousing national anthem that saw England fans sing "La Marseillaise" in support of the French.

Tottenham's Alli scored his first goal for England in the 39th minute with a sharp shot from outside the area that took a slight deflection.

Rooney, whose earlier opportunity to open the scoring skewed just wide, did find the net with a tidy finish three minutes after half-time.

France midfielder Lassana Diarra, who lost his cousin in Friday's attacks, came on as a second-half substitute to a round of applause.

Romania fought back to earn a 2-2 draw at Italy in Bologna.

The visitors raced into an early lead when Bogdan Stancu capitalised on a mix-up in the Italian defence on the edge of the penalty area and slotted a low shot into the corner past Gianluigi Buffon.

The hosts, though, were level when Claudio Marchisio smashed in a penalty after Dragos Grigore had hacked down Citadin Eder.

Italy were in front on 66 minutes when substitute Manolo Gabbiadini nodded in Marchisio's hooked cross, as the static Romania defence appealed for offside.

However, there was late drama as Romania extended their unbeaten run to 15 games when, with just two minutes left, Alexandru Maxim floated in a deep free kick which Vlad Chiriches headed goalwards and substitute keeper Salvatore Sirigu could only palm out as Florin Andone lashed the loose ball in at the far post.

Leonid Slutskiy lost his first game as Russia manager as Croatia rallied to win 3-1.

Fedor Smolov had put Russia ahead with a first-half header, but Croatia equalised on the counter-attack through Nikola Kalinic after the braek.

Marcelo Brozovic put Croatia ahead with a spectacular shot from the edge of the box, before Mario Mandzukic sealed the game late on.

Playing without star Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal still earned a 2-0 win at Luxembourg, with Andre Andre scoring in the first half before Nani added a second from a free kick two minutes from time.

Haris Seferovic scored twice to guide Switzerland to a 2-1 win over Austria.

The Eintracht Frankfurt striker opened the scoring after nine minutes, only for David Alaba to equalise four minute later.

But Seferovic was again on target in the 38th minute to seal the victory.

Poland ran out to a 3-1 win against Czech Republic after Arkadiusz Milik scored with a diving header less than three minutes into the game and Tomasz Jodlowiec and Kamil Grosicki also found the net.

Slovakia rallied to defeat Iceland 3-1 in a matchup between unlikely qualifiers for Euro 2016.

After Alfred Finnbogason scored for Iceland, Robert Mak scored twice in a four-minute span to put Slovakia ahead, and Michal Duris added a goal in the 84th minute.

Turkey, who qualified for Euro 2016 as the best third-placed team in the group stage, managed a goalless draw at home against Greece.

Estonia eased to a 3-0 win over St. Kitts and Nevis thanks to goals from Ilja Antonov, Konstantin Vassiljev and Sander Puri.

Agabala Ramazanov's second-half goal helped Azerbaijan beat Moldova 2-1.

Joan Oumari scored shortly after half-time to help Lebanon defeat Macedonia 1-0.

Two games, Belgium against Spain in Brussels and Germany's game against Netherlands in Hanover, were cancelled because of terror threats in the wake of Friday's attacks on Paris.

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