The Brexit at Euro 2016 is almost complete, as England, Ireland, and Northern Ireland were all eliminated in the round of 16. That means only Wales remain in the tournament, but Gareth Bale and his fellow Welshmen are facing a strong Belgium side in the quarter-finals on Friday July 1.
Belgium’s golden generation produced an extremely polished performance to beat Hungary 4-0 and breeze into the quarter finals of Euro 2016, where they will play the
Inspired by the brilliance of Eden Hazard who set-up one goal and scored another in the space of two second half minutes, Belgium delivered their most impressive display of the tournament.
Hazard’s goal broke the deadlock for Chelsea, as no Blues player had been able to hit the net so far. Meanwhile, Tottenham’s Toby Alderweireld also scored for Belgium and Wayne Rooney scored the first Manchester United goal when he hit a penalty kick against Iceland.
However, both clubs are trailing Everton (Romelu Lukaku twice), Southampton (Graziano Pelle twice), West Ham (Dimitri Payet twice), and Arsenal (Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud), who’s players have all scored twice.
Still, no English club boosts a better record at Euro 2016 than Norwich City, as Robbie Brady and Wes Hoolahan scored three goals for Ireland during the competition. That’s even more than Barcelona, Bayern Munich and PSG.
*Goals at #EURO2016 by clubs*
Norwich City 3
Bayern Munich 1
PSG 0 pic.twitter.com/m43LoWFQRB
— Coral (@Coral) 28 juni 2016
Meanwhile, Joe Hart failed to deliver a great performance in France. The Manchester City goalkeeper faced just five shots during the tournament but conceded four goals, boosting a success rate of 20 per cent for England…
Joe Hart at #EURO2016
Shots faced: 5
Goals conceded: 4
“I’ve had nothing to do all tournament” 🐸☕️ pic.twitter.com/yWPcNvCisU
— BreatheSport (@BreatheSport) 27 juni 2016