In the end, Portugal was the team who won it all. Pundits went mad, neutrals went mad, but they won’t care. They will party deep into the night.
Germany will be hoping that they are the ones to advance to the Final to be played on July 10, but it won’t be easy, as the hosts France are in their way.
Ronaldo’s Portugal triumphed over his club teammate Bale’s country Wales in a game that was decided via two goals inspired by the Portuguese no. 7.
There may still be something to be cheerful about at the end of the Copa America for U.S. fans. But, the team needs to approach this game with the right mentality.
After the unwelcome break, Euro 2016 action resumes with the Round of 16 matchups. And what a set of matchups they are.
Cristiano Ronaldo looks cursed, and Zlatan’s Sweden seem uninspired. Which ‘one-man’ team will progress the furthest in this tournament?
Iceland’s story is more than just a historic triumph. It’s an achievement that sets an example for the rest of the world.