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26.06.2016 at 15:00 Stade de Lyon, Lyon Attendance:
France 2 - 1 Republic of Ireland
Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy) European Cup Finals-match

Goalscorers
Antoine Griezman 58, 61 Robert Brady (pen.) (2)
Opening squads
Lloris,
Sagna,
Rami,
Koscielny,
Evra,
Pogba,
Kante ,
Matuidi,
Griezmann,
Giroud,
Payt
Darren Randolph
Seamus Coleman
Stephen Ward
Shane Duffy
James Mc Carthy
Richard Keogh
Robert Brady
Jeff Hendrick
Shane Long
James Mc Clean
Daryl Murphy
Substitutes
Coman,
Gignac,
Sissoko,
Mandanda,
Costil,
Jallet,
Cabaye,
Martial,
Schneiderlin,
Mangala,
Digne,
Umtiti
Keiren Westwood
Shay Given
Cyrus Christie
John O'Shea
Ciaran Clarke
David Meyler
Stephen Quinn
Glen Whelan
Wesley Hoolahan
Aidan Mc Geady
Jon Walters
Robbie Keane
Substitutions
Coman for Kante 45 mins,
Gignac for Giroud 72 mins,
Sissoko for Coman 90+1
Jon Walters -> Daryl Murphy (65)
John O'Shea -> James Mc Clean (68)
Wesley Hoolahan -> James Mc Carthy (71)
Yellow cards
N Golo Kante 27 mins,
Adil Rami 44 min,
Seamus Coleman (25)
Jeff Hendrick (41)
Jeff Hendrick (41)
Shane Long (72)
Red cards
None Shane Duffy (66)
Other statistics
0 Shots 0
0 Shots on goal 0
0 Offsides 0
0 Corner kicks 0
0 Free kicks 0
0 Penalties 0
Match report
The Republic of Ireland’s brave Euro 2016 campaign came to an end after a 2-1 defeat to France in Stade de Lyon

The round of 16 game started in dramatic fashion with Ireland taking the lead in the second minute via a Robbie Brady penalty.

Brady slotted home his second goal of Euro 2016 off the post after Paul Pogba had fouled Shane Long. Ireland taking the lead without a French player having touched the ball.

Darren Randolph was equal to the French threat in the first half, denying Paul Pogba’s free kick effort and Dimitri’s Payet’s long range drive.

Daryl Murphy had French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris sprawling on 20 minutes when his goal-bound volley was clawed away by the French stopper.

Antoine Griezmann equalised for France 12 minutes into the second half, powering a header past Darren Randolph after an excellent cross from Pogba.

Griezmann gave the hosts the lead on 61 minutes after striding onto Pogba’s knock down and riffling the ball into the bottom corner of the net.

Ireland were reduced to 10 men after Shane Duffy received a red card on 66 minutes having fouled Grizemann who was in on goal, Duffy having been the last defender.

The Irish defence withstood French pressure as Andre-Pierre Gignac rattled the Irish cross bar with 13 minutes remaining. Substitute Jon Walters flashed an effort wide with four minutes remaining.

Darren Randolph denied Gizemann a hat-trick in the final minute as brave Ireland bowed out of Euro 2016.

France: Lloris, Sagna, Rami, Koscielny, Evra, Pogba, Kante (Coman HT (Sissoko 90+1)), Matuidi, Griezmann, Giroud (Gignac 72), Payt

Substitutes not used: Mandanda, Costil, Jallet, Cabaye, Martial, Schneiderlin, Mangala, Digne, Umtiti

Republic of Ireland: Randolph, Coleman, Keogh, Duffy, Ward, Brady, McCarthy (Hoolahan 71), Hendrick, McClean (O’Shea 68), Long, Murphy (Walters 65)

Substitutes not used: Westwood, Given, Clark, Whelan, McGeady, Keane, Christie, Meyler, Quinn

Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy)
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