England's forward Daniel Sturridge celebrates scoring the 2-1 goal during the Euro 2016 group B football match between England and Wales at the Bollaert-Delelis stadium in Lens on June 16, 2016. England won the match 2-1. / AFP / PAUL ELLIS
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Substitute Daniel Sturridge stabbed home a dramatic winner in stoppage time to steer England toward a 2-1 win over Wales and book the top spot in their Euro 2016 group Thursday.A goal down to Wales at halftime after Gareth Bale struck a wonderful free kick from 30 meters, England manager Roy Hodgson brought on forwards Sturridge and Jamie Vardy, whom many fans had wanted to see start the game, to replace the ineffectual Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane.The jubilant Wales fans spent the break bouncing a beach ball around behind the goal, but the appearance of Vardy and Sturridge soon put a stop to their merriment.Sturridge lifted the ball into the box where it came off the head of Wales captain Ashley Williams, and Vardy pounced to score.
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