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Portugal boss calls for more shots from Cristiano Ronaldo vs. Poland

Nani celebrated his 100th cap during Portugal's late-goal victory over Croatia, and hopes his side will continue notching achievements at Euro 2016.

MARSEILLE, France -- Portugal need Cristiano Ronaldo to take more than one shot in their Euro 2016 quarterfinal clash with Poland on Thursday, manager Fernando Santos has admitted. 

The Real Madrid star managed just a single attempt in Portugal's 1-0 round-of-16 last-gasp victory against Croatia on Saturday in Lens. But Santos asserted his team must continue the improvement in defending they produced in the match, as their final group-stage match had been a chaotic 3-3 draw with Hungary.

"We...

Cristiano Ronaldo not Portugal's only threat - Poland boss Adam Nawalka

It's Robert Lewandowski's time to shine as Poland prepare to take on CR7 and Portugal in the Euro 2016 quarterfinals.
Nani celebrated his 100th cap during Portugal's late-goal victory over Croatia, and hopes his side will continue notching achievements at Euro 2016.

Poland boss Adam Nawalka has stressed it will not simply be a case of his men stopping Cristiano Ronaldo as they look to overcome Portugal in Thursday's Euro 2016 quarterfinal in Marseille.

Nawalka did not hesitate at a prematch news conference on Wednesday to label Ronaldo as "one of the best players in the world,'' but also emphasised the Poles are not coming up against a one-man team.

Asked if the key to success for Poland would be cancelling out the Real Madrid forward, Nawalka said: "Football...

Cristiano Ronaldo vs. Lionel Messi: Whose international career is better?

The Euro After Dark crew discuss whether Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are true successes without international triumphs.

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo: you can't have a debate about their greatness without comparing them to each other. Much like the Joker and Batman, polar opposites who are defined in each other's image, we've come to assess Messi and Ronaldo against each other, not in a vacuum but as a tandem. It's the privilege and curse that comes with being the two best players on the planet right now.

We were reminded of this dynamic at the start of Euro 2016, when Iceland defender Kari Arnason pointedly...

Italy's Pelle, Germany's Khedira among key players heading into Euro quarters

Marc Wilmots and his side face a Wales team on a magical Euro run, but feel confident they can continue their success in France.

With the quarterfinals upon us, Euro 2016 finally feels like it has shaken out the lesser teams and we're left with some tantalising matchups from here on in. For the neutral, the tournament is well poised with the majority of fancied teams still involved and star players starting to shine. Well-coached units such as Iceland and Italy will have to see if their work ethic can overcome opponents with greater individual talent.

Who are the key men on each team heading into the quarterfinals? Here's a look at one X factor player from each country with whom great responsibility lies.

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