Euro 2012 Sportsday Live - Wednesday 20 June as it happened

Reaction to England's win over Ukraine and all the latest news and views ahead of the Euro 2012 quarter-finals.

20 June 2012 Last updated at 19:02

As it happened

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    That is it from Sportsday for today, we will be back from 0800 BST on Thursday with all the news as it happens and all the build up to the Euro 2012 quarter-finals.

    BBC Radio 5 live

    At 2000 BST on 5 live our Olympic build-up continues as Mark Chapman hosts a London Calling special on the eve of the Athletics Trials in Birmingham. You'll hear from some of Britain's top athletes as they prepare for a weekend which will decide if they make Team GB's Olympic team. Darren Campbell and Kelly Sotherton will also be there along with an invited audience.

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    He added: "I'm hitting the ball very well and practice has been very good over the last few days. I've got another match here tomorrow (Thursday) and then I'll spend two or three days at Wimbledon before the tournament starts."

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    Andy Murray plays down concerns ahead of Wimbledon, despite his defeat to Janko Tipsaravic. "I was moving much better than I was a week ago at Queen's, I wasn't slipping around as much which will be important for Wimbledon," he said.

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    Blackburn Rovers boss Steve Kean is assured his position is safe despite the club's relegation. Rovers' new director of football Shebby Singh insists the Scot will remain in charge at Ewood Park and will be provided with funds to bring in new players in an attempt to make a quick return to the top flight.

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    Jamie Baker loses in the Aegon International 6-2 3-6 6-3 to German Philipp Kohlschreiber.

    BBC Radio 5 live

    We have another special programme for you tonight at 2130 BST on 5 live as tennis correspondent Jonathan Overend is joined by Sunday Times tennis correspondent Barry Flatman to bring you - 'Andre Agassi: How I won Wimbledon' - Agassi talks about that moment 20 years ago, on the legendary centre court of SW19, when he won the most famous trophy in tennis.

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    France winger Franck Ribery pulls out of France's training session, holding his heel, while midfielder Samir Nasri was rested as a precautionary measure.

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    The FA accept their fine for an attempted pitch invasion by fans on Friday. "The FA accepts Uefa's sanction in relation to the incident versus Sweden and we consider the matter closed," it said in a statement.

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    England batsman Ian Bell admits he is all in favour of England's rotation policy for those who need a break. "The key to our success in one-day cricket is having five out-and-out world-class bowlers," he said. "So if we want to beat the Australians, we want these guys fit and fresh and ready to go."


    There seems to be plenty of moments during Euro 2012 which have caught the eye and the captured the imagination, send us yours now using #BBCSportsday

    Daniel Collyer on Twitter: ‬"Theo's impact against Sweden. Breathed life into the team and more prolific in 20 mins than Downing all season!"

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    Jamie Baker strikes back to take the second set 6-3 against Philipp Kohlschreiber in the Aegon International at Eastbourne.

    BBC Radio 5 live

    A final reminder that 5 live Sport begins tonight at 1900 BST. Mark Chapman is joined by former Tottenham manager David Pleat to assess the quarter-final line-up at Euro 2012 and England's chances against Italy on Sunday. Full commentary on that game and all the quarter-finals will be available for you on 5 live and 5 live sports extra.

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    American Andy Roddick is through to the quarter-final of the Aegon International at Eastbourne, beating Frenchman Jeremy Chardy 6-2 7-6 (8-6).

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    Duntle wins the Sandringham Handicap at Ascot. He charges through from the middle of the pack to win by a head.

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    David Haye confirms on Twitter that he has passed his medical for his forthcoming fight with Dereck Chisora "with flying colours". He added: "I'm now officially a licenced boxer again. Thanks Luxembourg Boxing Federation."

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    The Football Association are fined 5,000 euros (£4,035) for the attempted invasion of the pitch by England fans during Friday's Group D match with Sweden.

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    The last remaining Brit in the singles draw at the Aegon International at Eastbourne, Jamie Baker, loses the first set against German Philipp Kohlschreiber 6-2.

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    Ceiling Kitty (R Kingscote) has taken victory at the Queen Mary Stakes at a price of 20-1.

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    Andy Murray is beaten by Janko Tipsaravic 6-7 (5-7) 6-4 (10-7) at The Boodles tournament in Buckinghamshire. The British number one has now lost his last two matches on grass, ahead of Wimbledon which gets underway on Monday.

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    Newport County captain Gary Warren joins Inverness on a one-year contract.

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    Comolli adds: "There are so many thin margins between teams - a goal disallowed, a goal allowed - there is nothing between those teams. Anybody now can win the competition and get to the final.

    "As Chelsea showed in the Champions League, it's not because you are underdogs you cannot get to the trophy. I still think what Germany have produced so far makes them favourites. Spain did not look great against Croatia. But England have as good a chance as anyone, then the final is a one-off."

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Another reminder that Mark Chapman is your host for tonight's 5 live Sport from 1900 BST. Former Tottenham manager David Pleat joins him in the studio for a look ahead to the Euro 2012 quarter-finals and a focus on England's next match against Italy on Sunday. Full commentary on that game and all the quarter-finals will be available for you on 5 live and 5 live sports extra.

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    In his interview with BBC Sport's David Ornstein, former Liverpool director of football Damien Comolli claims England are capable of triumphing at Euro 2012 final but makes Germany favourites to win the tournament.

    "Any team that gets to the quarter-finals can get to the final," he says. "It's a little bit like the Champions League. For me, whoever gets to the quarter-finals can win it."

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    Laura Robson joins Heather Watson in exiting the second round at Eastbourne. Robson slips to a 6-4 7-5 defeat by Ekaterina Makarova of Russia.

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    Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh hopes to return to action this year after undergoing cancer treatment. The 30-year-old was diagnosed with lung cancer in February and has been undergoing treatment in America.

    "Playing for India is going to be a huge challenge for me because the body has been under a lot of shock which nobody can understand except me," he says. "I'm just getting back into the groove of being a normal person. Only a cancer patient can understand what I am going through."

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    After the racing at Royal Ascot there is Twenty20 cricket for you tonight at 1845 BST on 5 live sports extra, as Essex take on Kent at Chelmsford.


    John on Twitter: "Jakub Błaszczykowski best goal. Best player Pirlo. Pure class act." #bbcfootball.

    Jack McSweeney ‏ "Ibrahimovic's goal last night was surely the best - incredible technique, poise and balance. Taekwondo has clearly paid dividends!" #bbcfootball

    Neil Abbott on Twitter: "Best goal so far is Andy Carroll's. Quintessentially a very English goal. Cross, head, back of the net." #bbcfootball

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    Prince Of Johanne (J P Fahy) wins the Royal Hunt Cup at 16-1.

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    The Uefa statement reads: "Uefa has today opened disciplinary proceedings against the Croatian Football Federation for the setting-off and throwing of fireworks, and the improper conduct of supporters (display of racist banners and symbols) at the Euro 2012 Group C match against Spain in Gdansk on Monday.

    "The disciplinary case also involves the improper conduct of the team (six Croatian players received a yellow card during the match)." The case will be dealt with on 24 June.

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    Uefa opens fresh disciplinary proceedings against the Croatian Football Federation (HNS) for incidents during Monday's Euro 2012 Group C game with Spain. The HNS were yesterday fined 80,000 euros (£65,000) after fans directed racist abuse at Italy striker Mario Balotelli in their previous match.

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    Norwich confirm midfielder Andrew Surman has signed a new three-year contract. The 25-year-old tells the club's official website: "I've really enjoyed my time here and I'm looking forward to another three years at the club.


    Plenty of opinions coming in as to who has been the best player at Euro 2012 so far. Contact us via Twitter with your views on that and the best goal of the tournament to date using the #bbcfootball hashtag.

    Nathan Langtry on Twitter: "Best player for me has been Schweinsteiger, brilliant at finding space and his two assists against Holland were outstanding."#bbcfootball

    Riz Zabar on Twitter: "Steven Gerrard has to be the stand-out player so far, he already has three assists and has given 100% in all the matches." ‪#bbcfootball

    Crip Cooke on Twitter: "Ronaldo's performance against Holland was world class. He proved the doubters wrong and confirmed why he's one of the greatest."#bbcfootball

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    Comolli continues: "I'm not criticising what happened before or who was the captain before, and I'm probably subjective with Stevie because I really like him as a person and footballer, but I know how honoured and proud he was of getting the armband.

    "I know he was very disappointed not to get it in that game against Holland. He's both the ideal leader and that ideal player for that team, and for Roy."

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    More thoughts from former Liverpool director of football Damien Comolli, this time on England and Reds captain Steven Gerrard, in his interview with BBC Sport's David Ornstein.

    "What I know from having to deal with Stevie at Liverpool is that he's an outstanding person, an outstanding player and an outstanding leader," he says. "I've rarely seen in my career someone that other players look up at like the players at Liverpool did with Stevie. I think he's perfect."


    Not quite sure how we'll cope without a night of football this evening as Euro 2012 takes a brief pause before the quarter-finals get under way tomorrow evening. It seems a fitting moment, though, to review who, to date, has been the best player and what has been the best goal? Get in touch via Twitter using the #bbcfootball hashtag.

    BBC Radio 5 live

    There's another 5 live special for you tonight at 2130 BST as tennis correspondent Jonathan Overend is joined by Sunday Times tennis correspondent Barry Flatman to bring you - 'Andre Agassi: How I won Wimbledon' - in which Agassi talks about that moment 20 years ago, on the legendary centre court of SW19, when he captured the most famous trophy in tennis.

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    Rangers chief executive Charles Green and manager Ally McCoist will meet with players next week in a bid to clarify their futures at the club. Green believes all contracts should transfer to his newco under employment law, despite the Scottish PFA previously claiming the squad are free to walk away.

    Green tells RangersTV: "We've been speaking to the PFA and to individual agents and, as the players come back next week, Alistair and I will be sitting down with them and explaining where we are."

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    Netherlands captain Mark van Bommel retires from international football following the team's early elimination from Euro 2012, the Dutch football association says on its official website.

    "I don't want to retire," Van Bommel, 35, says. "Maybe there will a moment that the coach needs me in the future and then I will be available but for now it is time for talented young players."

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    Coventry's transfer embargo is lifted by the Football League who has now signed off the club's accounts. The Sky Blues were placed under a temporary embargo in March after failing to file their accounts on time.

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    France coach Laurent Blanc concedes angry words were exchanged by his players after their loss to Sweden. He says: "When you've lost, you're more hot-blooded. It got heated, but we all coolled down after a good shower. It kicked off a bit because all the players felt that everyone hadn't given everything."

    BBC Radio 5 live

    At 2000 BST tonight on 5 live our Olympic build-up continues as Mark Chapman hosts a London Calling special on the eve of the Athletics Trials in Birmingham. You'll hear from some of Britain's top athletes as they prepare for a weekend which will decide if they make Team GB's Olympic squad. Darren Campbell and Kelly Sotherton will also be in attendance along with an invited audience.

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    Lewis Hamilton admits he is feeling the pressure ahead of this weekend's European Grand Prix. He says: "The intensity of this year's championship means there's so little breathing space. We may have won in Canada, but there's an enormous amount of pressure to keep racking up good results at every grand prix."

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    Thomas Mueller fears there is too much hype surrounding Germany's bid to win Euro 2012. He says: "Right now, we get the feeling that, were we to win Euro 2012, we ought to be ashamed of doing so."

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    Phil McNulty recalls his favourite moment of Euro 2012 so far, saying: "One of England's moments of Euro 2012 was the fist-pumping reaction of the normally reserved Roy Hodgson when Andy Carroll powered in Steven Gerrard's cross with a picturebook header against Sweden. The response of a man whose plan had come together perfectly."

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    Parker adds: "Stevie is one of the best midfielders in the world. That's been the case for many years and he's been the best in the Premier League."

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    Scott Parker believes his partnership with Steven Gerrard is beginning to flourish. He said: "I think myself and Stevie have clicked really well this tournament. We're well organised. I know his game pretty well now and I'm sure he knows mine."

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    William Buick's mount Joviality wins the Windsor Forest Stakes at 11-1.

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    Wales lock Bradley Davies has urged his team-mates to finish their three-Test tour of Australia on a high as they seek to avoid a series whitewash in Saturday's final encounter in Sydney. He says: "We need to finish on a high. We need to take something away from this tour and it is important to finish with a victory."

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Mark Chapman is your host for tonight's 5 live Sport from 1900 BST. Former Tottenham boss David Pleat joins him in the studio for a look ahead to the quarter-finals of Euro 2012 and a focus on England's next match against Italy on Sunday, with full commentary on that game and all the quarter-finals on 5 live and 5 live sports extra.

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    England captain Steven Gerrard says Italy will be no pushovers in Sunday's Euro 2012 quarter-final in Kiev. He warns: "They are a very tough team to beat. They are good defensively, have got a fantastic keeper in Gianluigi Buffon, and they've also got match winners in the ranks."

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    Jenny Meadows' participation in the Olympics is in doubt after she was ruled out of this weekend's trials in Birmingham. The 800 metres runner has not raced at all this year because of an Achilles injury.

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    McNulty adds: "Contrary to some sections of public opinion, it is a myth that the media do not want England to do well. I have never known one member of this group say they wanted England to lose. And let's be honest, victory makes life so much easier."

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    Phil McNulty, BBC Sport website's chief football writer, says: "It was around 5am when the media party following England returned to our Krakow base after the flight from Donetsk in the early hours. Morale was high after the victory against Ukraine."

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    English referee Howard Webb takes charge of Euro 2012's first last-eight match between Portugal and the Czech Republic on Thursday.

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    Double-amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius is included in South Africa's Paralympics team for London 2012 but the "blade runner" has just 10 days to qualify for the 400m race at the Olympics.

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    Portuguese referee Pedro Proenca will take charge of England's Euro 2012 quarter-final against Italy on Sunday.

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    Ishvana wins the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot.

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    Stuart Pearce is under no pressure to select David Beckham for the Team GB football squad for London 2012. British Olympic Association chief executive Andy Hunt says: "I am not putting any pressure of him whatsoever to pick anyone."

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    The first race is about to start at Royal Ascot. You can catch all the action on BBC One or join in the fun at our text commentary on the BBC website.

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    Damien Comolli's views on Roy Hodgson are interesting. Does anyone still believe Harry Redknapp should have got the job instead? Tell us your views via Twitter using hashtag #bbcfootball.

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    LONDON 2012

    Gold medallist Rafael Nadal will carry the Spain flag at the opening ceremony for the London Games.

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    Comolli said: "As soon as his name was mentioned, I thought he was the ideal candidate. It was such short notice that they would need someone who has experience of international competition and of this type of tournament. He's got a vast amount of experience and that's why I thought it was ideal."

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    Comolli added: "There is togetherness you can see on the pitch, the way they defended against France and the way they came back from 2-1 down against Sweden. They definitely created spirit in that team. Without spirit, see Holland. Holland was the perfect example of self-destruction. So many talents but nobody wants to play with each other, only selfishness. England is totally the opposite."

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    Comolli added: "He thought 'if we want to be successful there is one way to do it and that is going to be that way'. The players brought into it very quickly and it's obvious he, his backroom staff and the players have managed to create something. They gelled together straight away."

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    Comolli said: "His experience and his knowledge of the international game is fantastic. Where he did really well is he went straight to the point, he knew where he was going, he knew how to do it because he's been to those tournaments before, because he's got experience of managing national teams before."

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    BBC Sport's David Ornstein has interviewed former Liverpool director of football Damien Comolli and asked him about Roy Hodgson's role with England. He worked with Hodgson during his time at Anfield.

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    BBC Sport commentator Jonathan Pearce adds: "It was a wonderful moment and people could see what having this tournament meant to Ukraine. The strangest time was probably sitting in a Greek restaurant in the Ukraine watching the England v Sweden game, surrounded by Greeks who all expected to be going home."

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    BBC Sport commentator Jonathan Pearce's highlight of Euro 2012: "Andriy Shevchenko's goal against Sweden. I was in the stadium in 2010 when South Africa scored their first goal in 2010 and in Korea when the same thing happened and the streets came alive.

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    Defending champion Marion Bartoli beats Aleksandra Wozniak 6-2 6-2 at Eastbourne.


    Ajay Bhakta's Euro 2012 moment on Twitter: "Robin van Persie's air kick against the Danes"

    Lana Dawood's Euro 2012 moment on Twitter: "Zlatan. THAT goal against France. A piece of magic. Goal of the tournament."

    Saj Chowdhury's Euro 2012 moment on Twitter: "Ronaldo's second against Netherlands - the best player in Europe has found his Eye of the Tiger"

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    Robbie Savage looks at the prospects for the rest of the tournament: "Spain are beatable, no question - defensively they can be got at. France lost last night to Sweden, and nobody has played that well that you can say that they're outright favourites. There are three games left and England have a chance, no question about it.

    "They'd have snapped your hand off for this before the tournament because this is not the strongest Italian team ever. They have a real chance."

    That's all from Robbie, but what do you think of what he has to say? Let us know on Twitter using the #bbcfootball hashtag.

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    BBC Sport commentator Simon Brotherton assesses the prospects for the quarter-finals: "Surely Spain won't play as badly as they did against Croatia - they were awful - and they need to play better or they're going home.

    "England have a chance against Italy, who really aren't bad quarter-final opponents, and Portugal and Germany should win.

    "The real strength of the tournament is that every game has been good and they're so hard to call. It's a shame that it will be diluted in four years but maybe Uefa want too much of a good thing."

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    Robbie Savage on what he would change for the Italy game: "In the quarter-final Walcott has to start instead of Milner or Young. The attacking thing would be to play Walcott and Young, and leave Milner out but I think that Roy likes Milner. If he plays one attacking winger, he likes solid on the other side.

    "Walcott has to start and that would be the only change I would make."


    Matt Green's Euro 2012 moment: "England fans singing We're not going home. Still smiling."

    Rob Wilde's Euro 2012 moment: "The French National Anthem being interrupted by a thunderclap and the bizarre unprecedented events that followed ‪#Euro2012moment"

    Henrik Auvinen's Euro 2012 moment: "#euro2012moment‬ After England v Ukraine game when Terry & Shevchenko laughed together and hugged each other. True friendship"

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    BBC Sport's chief F1 writer Andrew Benson reports on Ross Brawn's hopes that Michael Schumacher can win the European Grand Prix this Sunday.

    "Michael Schumacher could become the season's eighth winner in eight races at Sunday's European Grand Prix, according to Brawn.

    "Brawn believes his Mercedes team will be competitive in Valencia and that Schumacher can end a run of bad luck."

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    Robbie Savage on what to expect from England when they face Italy in Kiev on Sunday: "It's a Roy Hodgson team and we know what to expect from what we've seen in the friendlies and in the tournament.

    "Italy will have more possession and England will soak it up, but they've got an exceptional goalkeeper in Joe Hart and they'll try to hit them on the break."

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    Scott Parker discusses England's strengths and how they could help progress even further at Euro 2012: "Everyone talks about Spain and how great they are at passing the ball. Not every team is as good as Spain - that's the reality.

    "We are what we are, we're committed, we've got a good base, a good bunch of lads and with that you can go a long way."

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    BBC Sport's Richard Conway sends us his observations on England from Krakow: "The sun had already risen by the time the England team arrived back at their hotel in Krakow. The players looked tired but there were lots of happy faces. Ashley Cole took the time to wander over to some fans who were calling his name and posed for pictures with them.

    "The squad will spend today recovering from their victory over Ukraine and their flight home. But we can expect to see them training later this week as Roy Hodgson starts work on a plan to get England to a tournament semi-final for the first time since 1996.

    "Hodgson is happy to let the levels of expectation build over his team's prospects. As he put it earlier this week, England are starting to dream of what might, just might, be possible."

    Are England right to dream? Tell us what you think on Twitter using the #bbcfootball hashtag.

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Mark Chapman is your host for tonight's 5 live Sport from 1900 BST. Former Tottenham boss David Pleat joins him in the studio for a look ahead to the quarter-finals of Euro 2012 and a focus on England's next match against Italy on Sunday, with full commentary on that game and all the quarter-finals, on 5 live and 5 live sports extra.

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    Live text commentary from day two of Royal Ascot is now up and running, with the Queen's horse Carlton House going at 1545 BST in the Prince of Wales's Anniversary Stakes.

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    Thanks for letting us know what your favourite Euro 2012 moments so far have been - video clips of Danny Welbeck's flick, Blaszczykowski's screamer for Poland and more are all available to view at the top of Sportsday on the desktop site. Mobile site users can see the clips on the mobile site sport home page. #euro2012moment

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    Robbie Savage's expectations for England: "They can beat the Italians, then it could be the Germans and Spain in the final, and I think they've got a realistic chance.

    "We've seen Chelsea winning the Champions League the way they did, it proves that you can be on the back foot and win a major tournament.

    "England have been on the back foot for most of the tournament, but they've done their job and that's all you can ask."

    Do you agree with Robbie over how far England can go at Euro 2012? Let us know on Twitter using the #bbcfootball hashtag.

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    Britain's Heather Watson is out of the Aegon International tournament at Eastbourne, losing 7-6 (7-5) 6-1 to Lucie Safarova in the second round.


    Dias' Euro 2012 moment on Twitter: "#euro2012moment‬ ‪#bbcsportsday‬ Best moment so far, Sheva's double against Sweden. Two headers from someone who everyone thought was finished."

    Ahmed Walid: "#euro2012moment‬ Zlatan's bolt of a side volley against France."

    Ryan PFC Stilwell: "#euro2012moment‬ ‪#bbcsportsday‬ Tyton saving a penalty with his first touch of the competition in front of his supporters. ‪#Composure"

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    BBC Sport commentator Jonathan Pearce thinks a few people will be sad to see Sweden return home after the group stage.

    "We were really disappointed with France, and myself and Martin Keown even thought they looked lethargic in the warm-up," he says.

    "The Swedes have played an important role in this tournament - they've embraced Kiev, they really helped break down the Ukrainians' suspicion of foreigners, and they got their rewards with a win that included a great goal from Zlatan Ibrahimovic."

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    Robbie Savage on England's progress: "It's a job well done. They topped the group and they've probably done more than you'd expect at this stage because everyone thought France would do it.

    "Steven Gerrard has been exceptional in the three games, he has risen to the challenge of being captain. Joe Hart has performed well, and Wayne Rooney's come back and got a goal. He's got 90 minutes under his belt, and with him in the team England have got a chance.

    "His hair must have been in his eyes for the first 20 minutes, but he's world class and things are looking positive for England.

    "A few other players need to step up to the mark, but overall I'd say it's six or seven out of 10 - doing OK but can do much better."


    Francis Kyan's Euro 2012 moment on Twitter: "Danny Welbeck's goal v Sweden. Sheer touch of class to the best game so far and a priceless England win."

    Steve Pye's Euro 2012 moment on Twitter: "#euro2012moment‬ ‪#bbcsportsday‬ Fabregas' pass that lead to Spain's winner against Croatia. A moment of brilliance that eased Spanish nerves."

    William Giles' Euro 2012 moment on Twitter: "#euro2012moment‬ @BBCSport Blaszczykowski's goal - the best of the tournament and an inspiring moment given the personal backstory."

    Take a look at all these moments at the top of the Sportsday page.

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    BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton has told us what his favourite Euro 2012 moment so far is - what's yours? Tell us on Twitter using the #euro2012moment hashtag.

    Simon says: "I know it wasn't too clever outside but inside the stadium, Poland v Russia really was special. The atmosphere was incredible and to see Jakub Blaszczykowski score, and to see the joy that brought, it was wonderful to be there. It felt like such a big game for the Polish people."

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    West Ham have made a move in the transfer market, signing midfielder Mohamed Diame from Wigan Athletic. The Senegal international has signed a three-year deal at Upton Park.

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    Robbie Savage has spoken to Sportsday with his opinions on Euro 2012 so far. Let us know what you think about what Robbie has had to say on Twitter using the #bbcfootball hashtag.

    "I just thought that Ukraine are fiftieth in the world and England should be beating teams like that, whether it's in front of a partisan crowd in Ukraine or whatever," he says.

    "If England want to be taken seriously in this competition they should have won that game, and they did. It was a solid performance and they weren't very good in possession again.

    "In the three games every other team has had more possession, there has been a lot of negativity but England fans and everyone connected should get behind them."


    Nick Reinis on Twitter: "I'm not convinced on GLT. Last night, it would have made an offside "goal" legitimate. Need TV replays - one per team per game. ‪#bbcfootball"

    Akinpelu Kayoed on Twitter: "#bbcfootball Why use human-eye when we've had hawk-eye on the bench for ever? Very annoying the official was right there yet got it wrong."

    Nathan Langtry on Twitter: "Why not just have an official watching replays a la cricket's 3rd umpire and rugby's tmo? #BBCfootball"

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    Robbie Savage will be sharing his thoughts on the tournament so far here on Sportsday after midday BST. Let us know what your favourite moments have been on Twitter using the #euro2012moment hashtag.

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    Stuart Broad, Tim Bresnan and Graeme Swann will all be rested for the third and final one-day international against West Indies on Friday.

    West Indies legend Sir Viv Richards says: "If the players themselves find it OK then I see no problem with that. It just goes to show how far I think you're one day team has come.

    "You've got to take into consideration getting much stiffer competition when you play against South Africa, so why not gives the guys a little rest because it's well deserved?"

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    It's the second day of Royal Ascot today, and the Queen's horse, Carlton House, runs at 1545 BST in the Prince of Wales's Anniversary Stakes. The BBC Sport website will start live text commentary from Ascot at 1300 BST.

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    BBC Sport commentator Jonathan Pearce on goal-line technology: "Blatter is just too late on this. People were calling for it four or five years ago and it should have been in place for the 2010 World Cup.

    "The reasons given for that not happening were spurious and referees have been calling out for this for a long time. It's a nonsense that it's not in place."


    Olly Cole on Twitter: "#bbcfootball‬ GLT would be good, but it's a sledgehammer to crack a walnut. All you need is an official watching TV replays."

    Herr Flick on Twitter: "Need an official with access to video replay. It's scandalous that the linesman last night missed such a clear offside. ‪#bbcfootball"

    John Dunstan on Twitter: "1. It was offside anyway. 2. It wouldn't have changed the final group table if it had been allowed. Next. ‪#bbcfootball"

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    Former England defender Graeme Le Saux tells BBC Radio 5 live that while he thinks that England need to be wary about Italy, they have a great chance of progressing even further at Euro 2012.

    He says: "It is going to be a tough match because they will be more ruthless than any team we have faced, if they get the chances that we have given other teams.

    "Equally, I don't think England are a team that anybody wants to face at the moment because we are in form. Roy has not lost a game since he took over, the spirit is there and we have got a great opportunity to beat them."

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    With the group stage over, it's time to reflect on the tournament so far. Let us know what your favourite moment has been on Twitter using the hashtag #euro2012moment, and we will re-tweet the best comments as well as including them here in Sportsday. And to jog your memory, take a look at this montage of some of the tournament highlights on the BBC Sport home page.

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    BBC Sport commentator Simon Brotherton on goal-line technology: "My thoughts have never wavered because I was in Paris when Thierry Henry handled the ball.

    "It's a televisual sport and hundreds of millions of people all around the world know what's happened, and the one person who needs to know is the only person in the world that doesn't. There is a huge debate about what extent it should be used but for a ball crossing the line, it's a no-brainer."


    The debate over goal line technology rages on, keep your thoughts coming in to us on Twitter using the #bbcfootball hashtag.

    Callum Barber on Twitter: "#bbcfootball‬ I don't believe GLT should be brought in. Football can be disheartening at times. But it's a great game without it. Leave it be!"

    Matt Johnson on Twitter: "Maybe we should invest in offside technology as well then? I'd be fuming if GLT gave the goal and didn't pick up the offside!! ‪#bbcfootball"

    Charlie Corn on Twitter: "#bbcfootball‬ Football isn't tennis or cricket, GLT would only be used rarely & expensively. Officials should be able to consult video instead."

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    Wimbledon fortnight begins on Monday, and the seedings have been confirmed. In the men's singles, Andy Murray is number four, with Serbia's Novak Djokovic the top seed. French Open champion Maria Sharapova in number one seed in the women's draw.

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    After the racing from Ascot we have Twenty20 cricket for you on sports extra as Essex take on Kent, which you can listen to from 1845 BST.

    BBC Radio 5 live

    At 2130 BST this evening there is a 5 live Sport special with tennis correspondent Jonathan Overend - 'Andre Agassi: How I won Wimbledon' - as the legendary American player talks about that moment 20 years ago, on the legendary centre court of SW19, when he won the most famous trophy in tennis.

  105. 1055:  

    BBC Sport's Frank Keogh looks ahead to a busy day at Ascot: "The Queen will be hoping for a winner in her Diamond Jubilee year when her horse Carlton House runs in Wednesday's big race, the Prince of Wales's Stakes (1545 BST). Live text commentary of day two at Royal Ascot starts at 1300 BST on the BBC Sport website, with BBC One coverage starting at 1345 and big-race commentaries on 5 live Sports Extra."

    BBC Radio 5 live

    At 2000 BST our Olympic build-up continues - Mark Chapman hosts a London Calling special on the eve of the Athletics Trials in Birmingham. You'll hear from some of Britain's top athletes as they prepare for a weekend which will decide if they make Team GB's Olympic team. Darren Campbell and Kelly Sotherton will also be there along with an invited audience.


    More thoughts on goal-line technology (GLT) after FIFA president Sepp Blatter called it "a necessity".

    Robbie George on Twitter: "Successfully employed in other sports, available to the officials in a matter of seconds. Ludicrous football doesn't use it."

    Lorcan Murray on Twitter: "We don't need GLT, we need video replay. We have the tech already; need to give officials the power."

    Ben Johnson on Twitter: "How much longer are we supposed to put up with Sepp Blatter? The beautiful game would be more beautiful without him."

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Mark Chapman presents tonight's 5 live Sport from 1900 BST. David Pleat joins Mark in the studio for a look ahead to the quarter-finals of Euro 2012 and a focus on England's next match against Italy on Sunday - full commentary on that game and all the quarter-finals will be available for you on 5 live and 5 live sports extra.

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    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty says that England's qualification from Group D as winners is a major plus on Roy Hodgson's CV: "It still takes a stretch to see England as Euro 2012 winners but safe passage from the group stage means Hodgson can consider his personal campaign a success and will return home with his credentials solidified irrespective of the result against Italy."

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    Back to goal-line technology. BBC Sport's Richard Conway, on Twitter, thinks Uefa president Michel Platini might be more amenable to bringing it in than he was a year ago (see 1025): "Blatter accepted goal-line tech idea after Lampard goal in World Cup '10. Will Platini, opposed to now, have similar Damascene conversion?

    "IFAB - football's law makers - to decide on goal-line tech on 5 July. At last meeting, mood was if current tests work it WILL get go-ahead."

  111. 1042:  

    BBC Sport's Frank Keogh is in position at Ascot: "The weather looks set fair for day two at Ascot, where the racing world is still buzzing from Frankel's electric win in the opening race on Tuesday. The colt reached a top speed of about 40mph in an 11-length win. You can watch his 11th consecutive victory again on the BBC Sport website (UK users only).

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    A brief break off from the football. South Africa head coach Heyneke Meyer has made three changes for the final test against England in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.

    Jacques Potgieter makes his Springbok debut at openside flanker in place of the injured Willem Albertz. Gio Aplon plays at full back for Pat Lambie and Wynand Olivier comes in at inside centre for Frans Steyn, who misses the match as he is getting married this weekend.

    Meyer also announced that Jean de Villiers - captain for the England series - will lead the team for the remainder of the season.

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    So, the group stage is over and it is time to reflect before the knock-out stage. What has been your Euro 2012 moment so far? Let us know on Twitter with the hashtag #euro2012moment

    BBC Sport will re-tweet the best, as well as including your contributions here in Euro 2012 Sportsday. And if you're looking for inspiration for your #euro2012moment, there is a montage of some of the tournament highlights so far on the BBC Sport home page.


    We had a feeling that Sepp Blatter's tweet calling for goal-line technology (GLT) might get you talking - and you haven't let us down. Views, please, via Twitter with the hashtag #bbcfootball

    Jon Branson on Twitter: "I see Blatter nows thinks GLT has definitely got to come in as soon as it helps out England!!"

    Lance Cunningham on Twitter: "Love how Sepp Blatter all of a sudden thinks GLT is a necessity now England have benefited without it!"

    Peter Collings on Twitter: "Last night proved GLT won't work. If we had goal line technology that 'goal' would have stood despite him being offside!"

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    Strong views from Blatter, but it's worth going back again to UEFA president Michel Platini's words on goal-line technology (GLT) from May last year: "I don't want it in the game. Football is human... we have the most popular game in the world because it is human."

    UEFA have the final say on whether GLT comes in for the European Championships and the Champions League - so Blatter's views only have limited impact in that context. But it's a different story for the World Cup, of course...

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    FIFA president Sepp Blatter on Twitter, regarding goal-line technology (GLT): "After last night's match ‪GLT‬ is no longer an alternative but a necessity."

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    Ukraine president Mykola Azarov has hailed his country's performance against England last night while deftly skirting around the controversy of the 'ghost goal', telling a government meeting: "They tried to seize the victory until the last moment. But sports is sports and, like life, it has everything - luck, randomness, mistakes and unfairness. One should not make a tragedy out of that."

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    Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque suggests France will make more difficult opponents in Saturday's quarter-final than England or Ukraine would have done.

    Speaking to a Spanish radio station, Del Bosque says: "They [France] are definitely the most difficult opponent of the three we could have ended up with. They will play the way they know and try to seize the initiative."


    Your thoughts on goal-line technology. Keep them coming, please, via Twitter using the hashtag #bbcfootball

    James Mitchell on Twitter: "I couldn't care less if Platini doesn't want GLT in football, what about 99% of the football world who do?!"

    Naim Rahman on Twitter: "We would be going crazy for goal line technology if it was our shot, now we know how others feel when our goals don't count."

    AJ McGillivary on Twitter: "After the Ghost Goal, apparently Sepp Blatter has offered to stand behind England's goal with his iphone against Italy."

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    Championship side Brighton sign Polish goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak on a free transfer from Manchester United. Kuszczak tells Brighton's official website: "The Premier League is where I want to be again and I believe I can get there with Brighton. The club is heading in only one direction."

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    Leeds manager Neil Warnock tells BBC Radio 5 live that Italy could make very tricky quarter-final opponents: "I think it will be harder against Italy than it would have been against Spain. Italy are the one team at the tournament who are better at what we do than we are. What I mean by that is that they suck teams in and catch them on the break."

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    Former England midfielder Peter Reid, speaking on Radio 5 live, reckons there is more to come from England at Euro 2012 under Roy Hodgson: "Roy has been in charge for five matches. He's won four and drawn one, and I don't think we've played well. But it's a good side that can win without playing well. We're hard to beat."


    Giovanni Bartolo on Twitter: "People will say Drogba just went to China for the money, if so, then good on him. He puts it to good use with his charities."

    James Grover on Twitter: "Chelsea releasing their best players. Without Drogba they'd have won nothing last season and will find it hard to replace him."

    Ben Vokes on Twitter: "Drogba's 'hefty salary' will only help him build more hospitals in Africa. ‪#respect‬"

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    More on the Ukraine goal that wasn't last night - and thanks, by the way, to all those of you on Twitter who have pointed out the offside in the build-up.

    BBC Sport's Richard Conway on Twitter: "Worth remembering Uefa president Michel Platini's words on goal-line technology from May last year: 'I don't want [GLT] in the game. Football is human... we have the most popular game in the world because it is human.'

    "Interesting to see if Marko Devic 'goal' changes Platini's thinking. If current tests succeed, expect goal-line tech to be approved 5 July."

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    Glen Johnson tells BBC Radio 5 live why he thinks England have done so well so far at Euro 2012: "The lads have worked so hard together and Roy has tried to put his rules across as quickly as he possibly can.

    "We have trust in each other, we believe in each other's ability and in the fixtures so far we've shown how hard we are willing to work for each other."

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    Former England defender Graeme Le Saux, speaking on BBC Radio 5 live, has a warning ahead of the quarter-final meeting with Italy in Kiev: "Italy are a very good side. They had issues going into Euro 2012 - they lost three friendlies in the build-up - but they know how to progress through a tournament and I think they will be more ruthless than the teams England have faced so far if given the opportunity. But no-one will want to face England right now."


    Stephen Genockey on Twitter: "Love how England hype things up. Was very easy group. Even Ireland would have got out of that!"

    Wayne Hitchings on Twitter: "England were quite poor last night and far from solid. However, we won again & certainly have some resolve ‪#ComeonEngland"

    Marcel Bassnet on Twitter: "All this talk about defensive play!! domination of possession & pretty football isn't always the way to go. Ask the dutch!!!"

    Please keep your thoughts on England's propsects coming via Twitter, using the hashtag #bbcfootball. Who do you think will be the Italy danger men on Sunday?

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    Fear you may be getting withdrawal symptons with no Euro 2012 matches today? Here are all the goals from Group D to keep you going...

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    A fair bit of reaction on Twitter following the confirmation of Didier Drogba's move to Shanghai Shenhua. Most of you think that the attraction of a hefty salary might have been a factor in taking him to China.

    Drogba himself says: "I am looking forward to a new challenge, to experiencing a new culture and excited about the new developments in the Chinese Super League."

    BBC Radio 5 live , BBC Radio 5 live

    Nicky Campbell and George Riley are hosting BBC Radio 5 live breakfast from the England fans' camp site in Ukraine this morning as supporters wake up after the 1-0 win over the hosts. At present they are taking calls from the public in Your Call until 1000 BST.

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    Didier Drogba explains his thinking behind his move to the Chinese Super League: "When Chelsea went to China last year, we had a great time and I met some amazing fans. I hope to help promote Chinese football around the world and further improve the links between China and Africa."

  132. 0910:  

    Some breaking news: Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has confirmed that he has signed for Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua in a two-and-a-half year deal.


    Tony Gath on Twitter: "Must remember winning is about putting ball in net not just pretty passing - ask Barcelona."

    Ibi Oluwatoba Mayowa on Twitter: "After that disallowed goal, I got a Chelsea feeling about England now....I just love Roy Hodgson."

    Sean Patrick on Twitter: "I don't care how England play. I don't watch football to see 11 players kick a ball to each other! Good win."

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    But if France are feeling gloomy, England are upbeat. Joe Hart, speaking to BBC Radio 5 live's Ian Dennis, is in bullish mood about England's prospects against in next Sunday's quarter-final against Italy: "There's no point going there if we don't think we can beat them. I don't see any point in us turning up or the fans turning up if we don't believe we are going to beat Italy to go forward in this competition."

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    England's Group D rivals France, meanwhile, are on a bit of a downer after last night's 2-0 defeat against Sweden in Kiev. Laurent Blanc, whose side face a quarter-final against world champions Spain in Donetsk on Saturday, says: "You have to be optimistic to think we can beat Spain, but it's hard right now to imagine we can.

    "We have to do better. We wanted to finish top of the group but couldn't manage it, so we have to deal with that."

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    Former England manager Graham Taylor, also speaking on BBC Radio 5 live, believes that Roy Hodgson's appointment has worked wonders for team spirit: "The players are looking more settled and know what is expected of them. And Roy does organise his teams well. He's hardly had any time with the international side, so he deserves great credit for what he's achieved."

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    The general consensus among the experts is that England have been more about graft than glamour in the group stages. Former England defender Danny Mills, speaking on BBC Radio 5 live: "We all accept that technically we are not as good some of the other nations, but at the moment the spirit seems good.

    "The lads seem to be working hard and giving it their all, with a little bit of luck you can quite conceivably see England going on and beating Italy and setting up a huge clash with Germany in the semi-final."


    Jason Mercer on Twitter: "England are starting to remind me of Greece in 2004. This is not a complaint."

    Simon Hudson on Twitter: "Never mind the playing style. How many England players would get into a Euro 11? We've already over-achieved - BE HAPPY!"

    Akinpelu Kayode on Twitter: "England can win, but won't dominate games because they have goal-threatening not possession-friendly players. Get used to it."


    What do you think? Do England have the potential to get better or not? Are they all about perspiration or is there a bit of inspiration in their squad too? Tweet your views, using the hashtag #bbcfootball

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    Former England defender Danny Mills, speaking on BBC Radio 5 live, feels England have yet to find their rhythm: "England seem to be riding their luck at the moment, which you need in a tournament like this. Wayne Rooney got his goal, which will do him the power of good, but for me he looked a little bit off-key. He was not quite as sharp and it will be hard for him. He's not played a proper game since the end of the Premier League season, but the goal will give him massive confidence."

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    BBC Sport's Jake Humphrey on Twitter: "What's the atmos at home? Country buzzing? Only disappointing thing so far is lack of England fans out here. I can tell you Kiev is lovely!!"

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    BBC Sport's Richard Conway in Krakow on Twitter: "Zero tolerance policing in Krakow last night. Saw three fans uproot small fern outside cafe at 3am. Police straight in and made them re-pot it!"

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    Joleon Lescott tells BBC Radio 5 live he is anticipating a tough test against his Manchester City team-mate Mario Balotelli in the quarter-final against Italy: "I know Mario very well and he is going to be a tough test to handle.

    "I know how good he is and what qualities he possesses, but it will be different for him playing for his national team so it will be a good contest that I'm looking forward to - if selected. As a group we know we are hard to beat."

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    Former England manager Graham Taylor, speaking on BBC Radio 5 live, echoes Gerrard's caution: "It was a fantastic result for England, because Ukraine put on the most consistent display of the tournament in the opening 45 minutes. For England to ride that out and finish top of the group... no-one expected that. In that respect, they have to be congratulated. But let's not get carried away. It's Italy now. Let's make sure we're up for that game."

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    Gerrard himself warns against taking quarter-final opponents Italy too lightly in Kiev in Sunday: "People say we've avoided Spain but I don't want to underestimate the Italians. Italy isn't going to be an easy game. Spain are a fantastic team, sure, but our plan was to finish top of the group."

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    BBC MOTD commentator Guy Mowbray agrees with Uefa by picking out Steven Gerrard as his star man last night: "Another towering performance from the England captain, who was named Uefa's man-of-the-match. It might have passed through a few bodies, but he claimed another assist at this tournament. Has to be seen as England's key player."


    Nick de Perlaky on Twitter: "Justice prevailed! The goal should not have been given as in the build-up their player was a yard offside. ‪#whatisthisfussabout"

    Benjamin Blanshard on Twitter: "The disallowed 'goal' for Ukraine was clearly offside in the build-up. Justice served I think."

    Ryan Dix on Twitter: "What Oleg Blokhin forgot to mention was that his player was a yard offside even in the build-up to the 'ghost goal'. Karma?"

  148. 0818:  

    England defender Glen Johnson on Twitter: "Thanks everyone for the great messages! Objective #1 complete....."

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    Phil McNulty, BBC Sport's chief football writer, on Twitter: "Sad to see last of Oleg Blokhin. Calming presence - looked like he was going to chin James Milner at one point then offered an reporter outside later."

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    Andriy Shevchenko reckons England could go a lot further than the quarter-finals. The Ukraine striker, who confirmed his retirement from international football after last night's defeat, told BBC Sport's Gabby Logan: "I think England can reach the final."

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    Hodgson's view on the Ukraine goal that wasn't? "We don't have goal-line technology, and even with slow-motion we can't be 100% certain. I'm led to believe the ball crossed the line, and that was a slice of luck. But England have suffered in the past, and if there was a slice of luck, we got it."

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    England coach Roy Hodgson, though, is more than happy after setting up a quarter-final against Italy on Sunday. "Getting out of the group partly exceeded my expectations," Hodgson told BBC Radio 5 live. "For us to get seven points with two victories and a draw probably exceeds everyone's expectations."

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    Blokhin also had strong opinions on England's approach, which he felt was overly physical: "Why do we need five referees if [Andy] Carroll plays with his elbows or [John] Terry fouls from behind?"

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    Ukraine coach Oleg Blokhin - whose team are out after last night's defeat - has already had his say on the 'ghost goal'. "There are five referees on the pitch and the ball is 50 centimetres behind the goal-line," Blokhin told reporters. "Write what you want. You've seen it."

  155. 0804:  

    Well, that was an eventful night in Donetsk. Wayne Rooney returned from suspension to score England's winner and there was controversy as Ukraine were denied an equaliser - Marko Devic's shot clearly crossing the line before John Terry scrambled it away. So does this strengthen the case for goal-line technology? And how far can England go in the tournament now? Let us know your thoughts via Twitter, using the hashtag #bbcfootball

  156. 0802:  

    Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina is a target for AC Milan (Daily Mail). West Ham have increased their bid for Norwich striker Grant Holt to £5.5m after having a £3m offer rejected (the Sun). And Barcelona are tracking a trio of defensive targets - Arsenal's Thomas Vermaelen, Manchester City's Vincent Kompany and Chelsea's David Luiz - should they fail to sign Athletic Bilbao's Javi Martinez (Daily Mirror).

  157. 0800:  

    Good morning and welcome to Euro 2012 Sportsday Live. It's the first rest day of the tournament, but there's plenty to discuss as we get reaction to England's 1-0 win over Ukraine, find out the latest news from the camp and look forward to Sunday's quarter-final against Italy. We begin, though, by picking out three football stories from today's gossip column on the BBC Sport website.

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Group A

UEFA European Championship - Group A summary table; it charts each team by position, team name, games played, total goal difference and points
Position Team Played Goal Difference Points
No movement 1 France 0 0 0
No movement 2 Romania 0 0 0
No movement 3 Albania 0 0 0
No movement 4 Switzerland 0 0 0

Group B

UEFA European Championship - Group B summary table; it charts each team by position, team name, games played, total goal difference and points
Position Team Played Goal Difference Points
No movement 1 England 0 0 0
No movement 2 Russia 0 0 0
No movement 3 Wales 0 0 0
No movement 4 Slovakia 0 0 0

Group C

UEFA European Championship - Group C summary table; it charts each team by position, team name, games played, total goal difference and points
Position Team Played Goal Difference Points
No movement 1 Germany 0 0 0
No movement 2 Ukraine 0 0 0
No movement 3 Poland 0 0 0
No movement 4 Northern Ireland 0 0 0

Group D

UEFA European Championship - Group D summary table; it charts each team by position, team name, games played, total goal difference and points
Position Team Played Goal Difference Points
No movement 1 Spain 0 0 0
No movement 2 Czech Rep 0 0 0
No movement 3 Turkey 0 0 0
No movement 4 Croatia 0 0 0

Group E

UEFA European Championship - Group E summary table; it charts each team by position, team name, games played, total goal difference and points
Position Team Played Goal Difference Points
No movement 1 Belgium 0 0 0
No movement 2 Italy 0 0 0
No movement 3 R. of Ireland 0 0 0
No movement 4 Sweden 0 0 0

Group F

UEFA European Championship - Group F summary table; it charts each team by position, team name, games played, total goal difference and points
Position Team Played Goal Difference Points
No movement 1 Portugal 0 0 0
No movement 2 Iceland 0 0 0
No movement 3 Austria 0 0 0
No movement 4 Hungary 0 0 0

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