UEFA Euro 2016, day 2: Albania-Switzerland, Wales-Slovakia, England-Russia face off
June 15, 2016, 1:40:34 CEST | Wikinews

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On Saturday, day two in the UEFA Euro 2016, debutants Albania lost to Switzerland 0–1; Wales defeated Slovakia 2–1; and England and Russia shared the spoils at 1–1. Russia was later penalized — today — by the UEFA.

Group A — Albania vs Switzerland[edit]
The match was held at Stade Bollaert-Delelis stadium in Lens, France. Fabian Schär scored a goal early in the match. Albania's captain Lorik Cana was sent off in the first half after picking up second yellow card.

The Swiss had a greater ball possession. Schär scored a goal in the 5th minute and saw a yellow card around the 13th minute. In this match, Granit Xhaka played against his brother Taulant Xhaka.

Group B — Wales vs Slovakia[edit]
As Wales took on Slovakia, Gareth Bale scored from a free-kick in the 10th minute of the game, providing an early lead to Wales. Slovakia had greater possession in the match, but they were trailing till the 61st minute. Ondrej Duda was substituted in for Patrik Hrošovský as the match reached one hour mark. In the next minute, he scored an equaliser. In the 81st minute, Hal Robson-Kanu scored the winner for Wales. Slovak captain Martin Škrtel was the last man to be booked in the injury time. The match saw five yellow cards, all for Slovakia players.

Group B — England vs Russia[edit]
Though the first half of the match saw no bookings or goals, supporters of both of the nations created much trouble for the French police. Marseille witnessed hooliganism before the match began. According to The Guardian, the UEFA threatened to disqualify both Russia and England if their supporters repeat this behavior.

In the match, Eric Dier scored the first goal in the 73rd minute. There were just two bookings in the match — Gary Cahill of England in the 62nd minute and Georgi Shchennikov in the 72nd minute. As the match was inching towards final time, Vasili Berezutski scored in the injury time, and the match ended in a 1–1 draw.

Today, the UEFA fined the Russian Football Union €150,000 for supporters' misbehavior; and put them on probation, in the form of a suspended disqualification from the tournament.

Source: Wikinews
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