Zlatan woe, Russia flop and Turkey heartbreak in Euro 2016 group exits
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.
TURKEY: A cruel way to be eliminated as Ireland scored late to pip them to a third-best place but, upon reflection, fans will accept Fatih Terim's side didn't do enough to deserve to qualify. The moral of the story is to not rely on what others teams do but on yourself. -- Eren Sarigul
ALBANIA: The team were eliminated with their heads held high, having recorded a victory in their first appearance at an international competition -- and nearly qualifying to the knockout phase. -- Maher Mezahi
CZECH REPUBLIC: The organisation Pavel Vrba imparted was talked up before the tournament began, but in the end it was undone by the manager's over-reliance on old legs and old names. -- Kirsten Schlewitz
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