Football Soccer - Euro 2016 - Wales Training - Parc des Princes, Paris, France - 24/6/16 - Wales' Gareth Bale during training. REUTERS/Darren Staples
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Gareth Bale's Wales meet Northern Ireland in the Battle of Britain at Euro 2016 Saturday with mounting pressure on the last 16 teams to claim a quarter-final place.With Real Madrid star Bale scoring in every game he has played so far, Group B winners Wales start as favorites against Northern Ireland who squeezed through as one of the best third placed sides.The winners' of Saturday's other two games will play each other in the quarter-final.Ronaldo will be the only captain in the last 16 not to have won a game yet at the tournament. Portugal drew their three group games to claim one of the spots for leading third-place nations.Croatia coach Ante Cacic pinpointed Ronaldo's ability to turn a game despite Portugal's jaded show so far.The 27-year-old Bayern Munich star was the top scorer in Euro 2016 qualifiers with 13 goals.
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