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New Liverpool signing Ragnar Klavan 'a real role model' - Estonia boss

Augsburg defender Ragnar Klavan may be heading to Liverpool, but who is he? Alison Bender discusses the Estonian.
Magnus Pehrsson
Estonia boss Magnus Pehrsson believes Klavan can step up.

Liverpool have signed a consummate professional in defender Ragnar Klavan, Estonia boss Magnus Pehrsson has told ESPN FC.

Klavan, 30, joined the Reds on Wednesday from Bundesliga side Augsburg for €5 million plus add-ons to provide much-needed depth in the heart of Liverpool's defence.

Liverpool manager Klopp is likely to favour Dejan Lovren, fellow new signing Joel Matip, Mamadou Sakho and Joe Gomez in that position, but with the latter two missing the start of the season with injury, the...

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Cristiano Ronaldo brace as Portugal beat Estonia 7-0 in pre-Euro friendly

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The Mountain from Game of Thrones issues a stern warning for Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of Iceland's Euro 2016 match against Portugal.


Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in the first half as Portugal easily beat Estonia 7-0 in their final pre-Euro 2016 warm-up match on Wednesday. 

Ronaldo, 31, had not played in any of Portugal's friendlies until now, with the Real Madrid striker resting a thigh injury that had him in doubt before starting his team's Champions League victory over Atletico Madrid.

Ricardo Quaresma scored the third Portuguese goal of the first half in the 39th minute with Ronaldo's strikes coming either side of...


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Olivier Giroud stays hot as France beat Scotland; Germany defeat Hungary

Olivier Giroud scored twice and his Arsenal teammate Laurent Koscielny also found the net as France controlled Scotland 3-0 in their final warm-up for the European Championship.

Giroud, who was jeered by his own fans when France beat Cameroon on Monday, but he now looks certain to start against Romania on Friday after scoring seven goals in his past seven games for France.

This time, he was cheered off the pitch when replaced midway through the second half by Andre-Pierre Gignac, now his...

Spain thrash South Korea through Nolito, Alvaro Morata; Belgium held

Romelu Lukaku came off the bench to ensure that Belgium wouldn't lose the visiting Finland.

Nolito and Alvaro Morata each scored twice as Spain routed South Korea 6-1 in a warmup game on Wednesday ahead of the European Championship.

David Silva and Cesc Fabregas also found the net and the defending champions had two more goals disallowed for offside as they showed remarkable efficiency in attack after being held 0-0 for the opening half hour.

Nolito has now scored four times in eight matches for Spain, while Morata repaid the faith of coach Vicente del Bosque, who overlooked Chelsea forward...

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Germany stunned by Slovakia; Spain ease to victory; Italy stifle Scotland

In a wild and rainy friendly match, Slovakia came back from 1-nil down to defeat Germany 3-1.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner breaks down Germany's 3-1 defeat to Slovakia ahead of Euro 2016.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner evaluates where Spain stand entering Euro 2016 after their 3-1 win over Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Slovakia shocked World Cup winners Germany with an impressive 3-1 win in a rain-swept Augsburg on Sunday evening.

Mario Gomez gave the hosts the lead from the penalty spot after Juraj Kucka fouled Mario Gotze, but Slovakia captain Marek Hamsik and Michal Duris turned the friendly on its head with two goals in three minutes before the heavens opened at half-time.

A delay to the start of the second half, caused by the weather, did not knock the Slovakians out of their stride and Kucka added a third,...