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# Group C

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Disappointment for Ireland 7s in defeat to South Africa on Olympics debut
Gavin Mullin and Terry Kennedy scored tries in a 33-14 loss in Tokyo.
Ireland advance to Toulon Tournament semis for the first time after narrow win over Bahrain
Connor Ronan scored the only goal of the game as Stephen Kenny’s side progressed on Sunday afternoon.
McGinn gets Northern Ireland off to winning start in Euro 2020 qualifiers
Virgil van Dijk was on the score-sheet as the Netherlands also took all three points against Belarus.
Liverpool vs Napoli, Champions League
It was a big European night at Anfield. We followed all the heart-stopping action.
Barcelona v Manchester City, Champions League
We were also keeping you up-to-date with Celtic’s Group C meeting with Borussia Moenchengladbach.
Yaya and Kolo Toure to remain in Brazil despite younger brother's death
After a harrowing few days, the pair will stick together and try and qualify Ivory Coast for the knock-out stage.
Colombia ease to a comfortable 3-0 victory over a disappointing Greece
Goals from Armero, Gutierrez and Rodriguez secure three points for the South Americans.
Colombia take control of their Group C clash with Greece
Teo Gutierrez pokes home following a corner to make it 2-0.
It's half-time in today's World Cup opener and Colombia lead Greece
Pablo Armero’s scrappy goal put the South Americans in front.
Colombia take the lead against Greece and celebrate in style
Armero nets from close-range and brings in his buddies for a dance-off.
Champions League wrap: Bayern given wake-up call, Leverkusen, Olympiakos through
Meanwhile, Benfica took third and the Europa League spot from Group C despite beating Paris Saint Germain 2-1.
Player ratings: Here's how the Ireland team rated against Austria tonight
We assess the individual performances of the Boys in Green this evening.
Sorry Ireland, Zlatan Ibrahimovic goal hands Sweden victory in Kazakhstan
The Irish team’s Group C rivals narrowly prevailed thanks to a goal from their star striker.
Explainer: Here's how Ireland can pull off a miracle and qualify for the World Cup
Trap’s side can still technically qualify, though there are a number of caveats that could prevent them from doing so.
O'Byrne Cup: Offaly and Kildare lead the way
The Faithful and the Lilywhites are in strong positions in their respective groups after last night’s games.
O'Byrne Cup Group C and D round-up
Offaly, Westmeath, Dublin IT and Kildare were in buoyant mood after their opening clashes in the O’Byrne Cup yesterday.
Champions League: Malaga look to seal top spot
With AC Milan three points behind them, relinquishing top spot in Group C remains highly improbable for the Spaniards.
'Sacking Trapattoni wouldn't have been logical,' says Bonner
The former Ireland goalkeeper thinks the Ireland boss deserves a chance to turn things around.
Three things we learned from Faroe Islands v Ireland
Goals from Marc Wilson, Jon Walters and Darren O’Dea handed the visitors a 4-1 win tonight.
Germany's Reus aims to tame Swedes, Lahm says the Ireland match was 'fun'
Meanwhile, Germany team manager Oliver Bierhoff has admitted the Ireland game was easier than expected.
Group C results: Sweden edge past Faroes, Austria held by Kazakhstan
Some of the more highly rated sides failed to convince with their performances this evening.
Champions League preview: New look Milan hoping for lift off
The Rossoneri have lost no fewer than nine experienced players this summer. Tonight, they host Anderlecht while Zenit head to Malaga.
Loew prepares for battle with neighbours Austria
Two of Ireland’s Group C opponents meet in Vienna tonight.
Loew expecting a tough battle to qualify for World Cup
Germany face Ireland in the group stages, along with Austria, Kazakhstan, Sweden and the Faroe Islands.
With Euro 2012's first round done, here's what we now know
Miguel Delaney identifies the themes of the tournament, selects his XI of the past fortnight and picks his finalists.
'We can try a new system in August' - Trap says he's willing to experiment
Encouragingly, the Italian also talked about blooding young players later this year.
Ireland set for wooden spoon... but we're not worst ever
France would have to beat Sweden by seven goals in order to prevent Giovanni Trapattoni’s men from finishing as the tournament’s bottom-placed side.
Prandelli thanks Michel Platini for Italy's first goal against Ireland
The Italy coach says Antonio Cassano’s opener may not have been awarded without a fifth official.
In pictures: Irish fans gear up for Italy game in Poznan
The Boys in Green are preparing for the last hurrah at the European Championships in Poland. And so are the fans.
Trapattoni aims to go out on a high against Azzurri
The Ireland manager spoke of “playing with honour” in the final Group C game in Poznan tomorrow.
'What has he won as a manager?' - Trap takes a swipe at Keane
The former Ireland midfielder’s managerial credentials were questioned by the current boss during his press conference today.
Caption time: what was going on at Ireland training this afternoon?
Stephen Kelly, Paul Green and Kevin Doyle seemed pretty interested in one photographer’s camera earlier.
Ireland v Spain, Euro 2012
Giovanni Trapattoni leads his men into a can’t-lose clash with the world and European champions in Gdansk. It might well be epic.
Euro 2012, day 7
What, it’s been a week already? All the nerve-jangling build-up to Ireland’s clash with Spain is nestled safely in here.
Pokerface: Del Bosque giving no clues about team selection
Torres, Negredo, Llorente, or no striker at all?. And you thought you had problems.
Three ways Ireland can find joy against Spain
It’s not going to be pretty, but we do have a chance of coming away with something other than a defeat against the current champions tonight.
‘My mam was mortified but she is seeing the funny side of it now’ – Eamon Keegan
The Irish fan, who has gained fame in the past few days, talks about the picture the whole country has seen.
Contrition: Cassano apologises for homophobic remarks
Along with a sincere apology he also intimated that he’s not that type of player.
FYI: Can Ireland still qualify with four points and other Group C permutations
We’ve done the calculations so you don’t have to, looking at the various potential Euro 2012 outcomes.
'We gave away sloppy goals' - St Ledger rues mistakes
The Leicester City player admitted that Ireland’s defending was poor at times in Poznan tonight.