France's forward Antoine Griezmann reacts after scoring the second goal for France during the Euro 2016 semi-final football match between Germany and France at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille on July 7, 2016.
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Every saga needs a hero and that role for France at the European Championship has fallen to a slight, unassuming forward with boyish looks – Antoine Griezmann.Whatever happens in Sunday's final against Portugal, the speedy Griezmann, who scored both goals in Thursday's historic 2-0 semifinal win over world champions Germany, has probably done enough to top the scorers' table and is a worthy candidate for the best player of the tournament award.France rarely had the ball and spent most of the match resisting sustained pressure from the world champions but Griezmann still did what he does best: playing with the energy and enthusiasm of a little boy in a school match.
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