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Euro 2016: Four big questions

Euro 2016
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Sancho, Sterling proving to be England's greatest strength; defensive questions persist

SOUTHAMPTON, England -- It should come as no surprise that a national team whose sole World Cup success (1966) was achieved by a side known as the "Wingless Wonders" have often struggled to find room for creative wide players. England's 5-3 victory over Kosovo in Euro 2020 qualifying Tuesday showed that is no longer the case.

England have never lacked archetypal players -- the gallant centre-back, the tireless box-to-box midfielder, the bruising centre-forward -- but with occasional notable exceptions...

The future: Hudson-Odoi leads five debutants who impressed on international duty

A new European Championship qualification campaign meant some new faces representing their countries this week. And while many of the youngsters on show, particularly in Germany's enthralling 3-2 victory over the Netherlands, had already made their competitive debuts in the UEFA Nations League, others were representing their countries in a competitive game for the first time. Here are five notable players who had a week to remember.

Callum Hudson-Odoi | 18 | Forward | England

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Germany's new generation impresses, takes first meaningful steps in program's rebuild

Germany scored late in the Netherlands to pull out a win in Euro 2020 qualifying and end a run of five competitive matches without a win.

You didn't think that merely Germany's worst ever World Cup campaign, relegation in the Nations League, a racism crisis and what seemed like the hasty dropping of three national-team pillars would see off Jogi Low, did you?

Had Germany suffered a hefty beating at the hands of the Netherlands on Sunday evening, the prospect of Low's 13-year reign coming to an end was very real. The world would feel like a very odd place without him in charge of Die Mannschaft: he's part of the international football...

Raheem Sterling steals the show, shows he's ready to take the next step with England

LONDON -- If the three young players who took their first meaningful steps as international footballers in England's 5-0 stroll against the Czech Republic on Friday were looking for a role model, they could do a lot worse than fix their eyes on Raheem Sterling.

It was a night that offered promise that Gareth Southgate's side might yet improve from the team that reached the World Cup semifinals last year before sweeping into the UEFA Nations League finals, as a desperately poor Czech team were...

Jaime Mata had given up on football, but now he could win his first cap for Spain

"Thank you very much for the messages, but that's not me," Juan Mata tweeted last week. The Manchester United star received his fair share of congratulations after Luis Enrique announced the new Spain squad ahead of the Euro 2020 qualification campaign, although he's not actually returning to the national team for the first time since 2016. Instead, Getafe striker Jaime Mata was called up and is expected to make his national team debut during this international break thanks to his incredible first...

 By Simon Kuper

Is football facing a new age of stadium terrorism after Paris attacks?

PARIS -- I am writing minutes after Germany-Holland was cancelled in Hanover on Tuesday over fears of a planned terrorist attack inside the stadium. This might be a new age of stadium terrorism. If so, I witnessed the start of it four days ago in Paris.

I left home for the France-Germany game on what felt like a normal Friday evening. I live in Paris and am a regular at the Stade de France. But about 20 minutes into that match, we heard a loud explosion that seemed to come from just outside the...