Five star France: Hosts beat Iceland to make it into Euro 2016 semi-finals


Samuel Umtiti, fights for the ball with Jon Dadi Bodvarsson during the Euro 2016 quarterfinal match between France and Iceland.


Paul Pogba's strong header was enough to score France's second goal. AP


Iceland fans showed their heart and desire with their unique celebrations at the Euro 2016. AP


Dimitri Payet before kissing the boot of Antoine Griezmann. Both of them scored against Iceland and look in ominous form ahead of their semi-final clash against the current world champions, Germany. AP


All of France is watching: The Eiffel Tower is the backdrop to a scintillating Euro capmiagn by the French at the fanzone. AP



Iceland's Birkir Bjarnason showed fighting spirit to head the ball past Hugo Lloris to score his side's second goal and keep their hopes alive, even though it was a lost cause. AP


After going down 4-0 at half time, Iceland's Kolbeinn Sigthorsson, celebrates scoring his side's first goal. AP


All of Iceland's efforts went in vain as France's Blaise Matuidi, blocks a shot by Johann Gudmundsson during the Euro 2016 QF.


Over and out: Iceland finally give in to the loss as Olivier Giroud scores his second of the night and France's fifth. Game, set and match! AP


French supporters in Marseille celebrate a goal as fanzones across France played the Euro 2016 QF live on giant screens. AP

Updated Date: Jul 04, 2016 10:53 AM

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