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Spain top Euro 2016 Power Rankings, France second, Germany third

Relive the best goals of the group stage of Euro 2016.

The Euro 2016 group stage is complete and the bracket is set to start the knockout rounds. Who are the favourites to win it all at the Stade de France on July 10? We asked Miguel Delaney to rank the 24-team field.

1. SPAINThe team that produced the best performance of the tournament so far also showed the worst complacency in losing to Croatia. The defeat has given them an arduous path to the final, and will force them to show champions' quality. Regardless, they are probably still the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Zlatan woe, Russia flop and Turkey heartbreak in Euro 2016 group exits

The Euro 2016 round of 16 is set but for eight teams, the tournament is over.

The group stages of Euro 2016 are complete and for eight teams, the dream is over. Ukraine were the first to go while Republic of Ireland's dramatic winner against Italy meant heartbreak for Turkey.

Elsewhere, the curtain came down on Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Sweden career with a disappointing exit, while Russia endured a nightmare tournament.

Our ESPN FC bloggers give their quick take on how they fared and if you click on each country, you'll get an in-depth look back at their exploits in France.

Russia's misery on and off the pitch as Euro 2016 is marred by violence

Russia coach Leonid Slutsky appeared to offer his resignation in the wake of Russia's Euro 2016 exit.

Russia were sent home after a disastrous tournament that made the country ashamed, both of the incredibly poor performances on the pitch and the unacceptable violence from a selection of hooligans.

The country's football image must be at an all-time low, right before hosting the World Cup in 2018. The timing couldn't have been worse.

At a glance

An absolutely disastrous performance just two years before hosting the World Cup proves that Russia need to build a team from scratch.

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UEFA spoils the #WALRUS party as fans revel in Wales vs. Russia game

Quite possibly the high point of Euro 2016 so far came when Twitter users realised that the match hashtag for Wales' final group game against Russia would read "#WALRUS."

This, of course, led to widespread mirth as fans used the occasion to post a never-ending cavalcade of images and videos as an impromptu walrus party sprang into life.

Wales show they're so much more than Gareth Bale in beating hapless Russia

Aaron Ramsey, Neil Taylor and Gareth Bale scored as Wales guaranteed progression to the knockout stage of Euro 2016.
Aaron Ramsey opened the scoring for Wales with a right-footed chip past Russian goalkeeper, Igor Akinfeev.
The ESPN FC crew evaluate Wales' reliance on Gareth Bale after finishing top of Group B.
Star Wales forward Gareth Bale reflects on the incredible atmosphere and team chemistry that sees them top Group B.
The ESPN FC panel assess Russia's continued problems, both on the field and with their "hooligan" fans.

TOULOUSE, France -- At the final whistle, the Welsh players formed a huddle underneath their fans. Just as significant, perhaps, was when Chris Coleman's staff, so often unheralded and in the background, embraced and hugged on the near side of the pitch. This was their moment too.

The familiar chant, to the tune of Billy Ray Cyrus' "Achy Breaky Heart," bellowed across the Stade Municipal.

Don't take me home / Please don't take me home
I just don't want to go to work
I wanna stay here / Drink...

Russia's 3-0 loss to Wales caps off dismal display at Euro 2016

Aaron Ramsey, Neil Taylor and Gareth Bale scored as Wales guaranteed progression to the knockout stage of Euro 2016.
Aaron Ramsey opened the scoring for Wales with a right-footed chip past Russian goalkeeper, Igor Akinfeev.
The ESPN FC crew evaluate Wales' reliance on Gareth Bale after finishing top of Group B.
Star Wales forward Gareth Bale reflects on the incredible atmosphere and team chemistry that sees them top Group B.
The ESPN FC panel assess Russia's continued problems, both on the field and with their "hooligan" fans.

Russia coach Leonid Slutsky chose a rather unusual time to publish his autobiography just a few weeks before the start of Euro 2016. The book was shamelessly advertised by the press, and every player received a copy and a constant barrage of questions on the topic in interviews. It was an obvious and blatant attempt to improve sales and strengthen Slutsky's image not only as a great coach, but also a likable person.

The biography is called "A Coach from Our Backyard." And well, Russia played worse...