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ESPN FC's Euro 2016 awards

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 By Mark Rodden

Bayern Munich's David Alaba 'stronger' after Austria's Euro 2016 flop

Bayern Munich defender David Alaba has said that he has become a better player as a result of Austria's poor performance at Euro 2016.

Alaba, 24, was the star of a team that dominated their qualifying group and were tipped by many as dark horses to go far in France.

But they crashed out in the group stage after drawing 0-0 with eventual champions Portugal and losing to Hungary and Iceland, scoring just one goal in their three matches.

"I've got stronger as a result of it," Alaba told Bild. "It shaped...

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Spain rally late to salvage draw at England; Italy and Germany goalless

The FC panel discuss whether England's result against Spain finally guarantees Gareth Southgate the England job.

Spain rallied with two late goals to salvage a 2-2 draw with England in a friendly at Wembley on Tuesday.

Adam Lallana opened the scoring for England from the penalty spot, the Liverpool man playing a whipped-in pass to spring Jamie Vardy in Spain's penalty area, and he was taken down by Pepe Reina with the referee pointing immediately to the spot.

Lallana stepped up and calmly fired home past Reina to put England up 1-0. It was the third goal in as many international matches for Lallana, who was...

 By PA Sport

Rep. of Ireland's Harry Arter hopes to have killed Austria's World Cup hopes

Steve Nicol says Ireland's narrow 1-0 win over Austria puts them in great position in Group D of Word Cup Qualifying.

Harry Arter is hoping the Republic of Ireland have finished off Austria's World Cup qualification hopes to reduce the field in the Group D race for Russia.

Saturday night's 1-0 victory in Vienna left the Republic two points clear at the top of the group and the Austrians trailing in their wake with only a single win and a draw from their opening four fixtures.

Given that the group looked likely to be a four-way scrap between Ireland, Austria, Wales and Serbia when it was drawn, a six-point gap to...