Euro 2016: FourFourTwo's Singapore Bulletin, Day 22
Portugal hold their nerve
Once again Cristiano Ronaldo was the headline act, with some glowing in their praise of his exploits and others saying the Portuguese progressed despite the superstar's off night.
But it wasn't all about him, for a change. The emergence of goal-scoring 18-year-old Renato Sanches also demanded some column inches.
There were also a couple of headlines for the luckless Poles, who could at least toast their best performance at a European Championship.
- Ronaldo dreaming of Euro 2016 glory
- Portugal through despite Ronaldo off-night
- Fearless Sanches had no nerves in dramatic shootout
- Santos: Goalless Ronaldo was immense for Portugal
- Santos: Portugal should have had a penalty
- Fonte: United will regret missing out on Sanches
- Poland boss praises Lewandowski after Euro 2016 exit
- Nawalka: Poland should be proud of Euro 2016 exploits
Elsewhere among the quarter-finalists:
Wales v Belgium, 3am Saturday, SG time
- Hazard must bloom into bona-fide superstar as Eden project comes full circle
- Williams banking on 'band of brothers' to stop Hazard
- Vertonghen to miss rest of Euro 2016 due to torn ankle ligaments
- Coleman welcomes pressure of 'biggest game since 1958'
- Hazard determined to make his mark on Lille return
Germany v Italy, 3am Sunday, SG time
- Germany v Italy: Kroos calls on Khedira knowledge for Azzurri test
- Conte has helped me a lot, admits grateful De Sciglio
- Boateng declares himself fit to face Italy
- Conte has made Italy proud again – Vieri
- Klose lauds 'unbelievable' Italy
France v Iceland, 3am Monday, SG time
- Reluctant father figure Evra defends Pogba
- Evra pledges to respect Iceland after England shock
- 'Lineker does not know what he is talking about' - Raiola defends Pogba
- Evra suffers training injury
- Iceland's Viking chant terrified England - Shilton
Elsewhere around Europe:
- Del Bosque to resign from Spain role
- Rodgers rejects England talk
- Del Bosque: I sent a message to the whole squad, except Casillas
- No lack of desire with England - Lampard
- Ibrahimovic arrival makes Manchester the 'capital of football' - Vieira
- Bernstein backs Allardyce for England job
- Vrba leaves Czech Republic for Anzhi
- Ranieri: English football is not in crisis
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Keep checking back to our Euro 2016 Daily Bulletin every day, where you will find match previews, all the latest news and results from overnights, plus plenty of great feature stories.
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