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It has been said that football matches are as unpredictable as blind dates. And that was never truer that in the last game for the 2016 European Championship between France and Portugal. By almost all criteria – quality as a team, recent victory over Germany, game being played in France and seasoned players – France should have been victorious. Although Portugal was a technically inferior team to the French team, the Portuguese managed a stunning 1-0 victory over the French, and Portugal was crowned Euro champion for the first time in its history.The French team not only dominated over the Portuguese team, but Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo (CR7) was hit by France's Dimitri Payet after only eight minutes of the first half. It was a devastating loss for Portugal.Portugal, without its major star CR7, won the game.
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