The Euro 2016 group stage is complete and the bracket is set to start the knockout rounds. Who are the favourites to win it all at the Stade de France on July 10? We asked Miguel Delaney to rank the 24-team field.
1. SPAIN: The team that produced the best performance of the tournament so far also showed the worst complacency in losing to Croatia. The defeat has given them an arduous path to the final, and will force them to show champions' quality. Regardless, they are probably still the...
The group stages of Euro 2016 are complete and for eight teams, the dream is over. Ukraine were the first to go while Republic of Ireland's dramatic winner against Italy meant heartbreak for Turkey.
Elsewhere, the curtain came down on Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Sweden career with a disappointing exit, while Russia endured a nightmare tournament.
Our ESPN FC bloggers give their quick take on how they fared and if you click on each country, you'll get an in-depth look back at their exploits in France.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic could not inspire Sweden past the group stage at Euro 2016 as his international career ended on a low-key note. Here's a look back at their campaign.
At a glance
Erik Hamren's men were only going to go as far as Ibrahimovic could take them and in the end, the talisman just wasn't at the top of his game.
You could cheekily say that Marcus Berg's shot about five minutes into the final game against Belgium was the highlight since it was Sweden's first shot on target...