We look at how the former Trotters got on in the second round of group games at Euro 2016
Added a lot more end product to his performance against Russia than in Slovakia’s first game against Wales. A fine finish after a superb ball from Marek Hamsik saw Weiss score the opening goal in a 2-1 win.
Once again, an unused substitute for Slovakia against Russia.
Played 83 minutes of Switzerland’s 1-1 draw with Romania. Again, Dzemaili was used as a number 10 playing behind Haris Seferovic, had a few shots, but not much else going for him.
Partnered Chris Smalling in central defence for England’s 2-1 win over Wales. Was pretty solid at the back, with the Wales goal coming from a Gareth Bale free kick. Also was a threat at the other end too.
An excellent second half from Sturridge for England. Ran at Wales, had chances, then scored that winner, showing great close control, and the England fans into delirium.
An unused sub for England.
Picked up an injury against Sweden, so played no part in Ireland’s 3-0 loss to Belgium in Bordeaux.
Replaced Kolbeinn Sigthorsson late on against Hungary in the Velodrome so had little time to make any sort of real impact. He did however nearly score the winner after Gylfi Sigurdsson teed up a free kick into his path. The shot went just wide.