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Germany top Euro 2016 Power Rankings; Italy second, France third

Relive the most striking images from the day's Euro 2016 matches, with Griezmann, Boateng and Hazard lighting up the field.

With the Euro 2016 round-of-16 stage done and dusted, the bracket is down to eight teams. Miguel Delaney takes a look at how they rank among the 24-team field.

1. GERMANY (+2)Germany finally sparked to life with a full-blooded display and made the most of their brilliant talent as they thrashed Slovakia 3-0. If they keep that up, no one will be able to take them down.

2. ITALY (+2): Italy put in the performance of the tournament so far, as they tactically outclassed Spain...

 By PA Sport

Belgium have all the pressure in Euro 2016 quarterfinal vs. Wales - Coleman

ESPN FC's Roberto Martinez breaks down the quarterfinals on the left side of the European championship bracket.
Wales manager praised his side's mentality after their 1-0 victory over Northern Ireland at Euro 2016.

Wales manager Chris Coleman believes all the pressure is on Belgium in their Euro 2016 quarterfinal clash.

The two nations will meet in Lille on Friday night, just a few miles from the Belgian border, and Wales supporters are expected to be heavily outnumbered in northern France.

But Coleman thinks that will bring the best out of Wales as they seek to repeat their memorable 1-0 victory over Belgium in qualifying for this competition.

"We're good normally in that situation when we're right up against...

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Wales' Chris Coleman: Ashley Williams is 'fine' despite shoulder-injury scare

Wales' historic Euro 2016 run continues courtesy of a heartbreaking Gareth McAuley second half own goal.
Steve McManaman and Kasey Keller break down Wales' hard-fought win to advance to the quarterfinals.
Gareth Bale praises Wales' team effort against a resilient Northern Ireland performance.

Wales boss Chris Coleman has said Ashley Williams is "fine" despite his shoulder-injury scare in Wales' 1-0 win over Northern Ireland.

The Group B winners will now face Belgium in the quarterfinals on Friday night in Lille, and Coleman is expecting his captain to be fit and ready for the match.

"We think it was when he fell, but he's fine," Coleman said.

"It isn't dislocated, and it would be better to say he'd play that way, but that isn't the case."

Wales' quarterfinal opponents have recovered...