Sport Czech tennis star Tomas Berdych beat third seed David Ferrer to move into the Australian Open semi-finals

The Czech star rattled through the first two sets before overcoming a brief blip in the third to beat the Spaniard 6-1 6-4 2-6 6-4 and book his place in the semi-finals

<p><strong>João Moutinho:</strong> </p><p>Portugal’s best player, was crucial in preventing Germany’s attack from getting going and provided a couple of excellent balls for Cristiano Ronaldo. 7</p>

Today at Euro 2012: Czech Republic v Portugal

Czech Republic v Portugal

Poland's Kamil Grosicki finds his country's exit from Euro 2012 hard to take

Under-fire Poland chief refuses to stand down after Euro 2012 exit

Defends decision to stay on despite player discontent and co-hosts' poor showing

Euro 2012 Diary: Stadium goes underground

Stadium planners in the United Arab Emirates will hope to avoid disruptions such as those which held up France's game with Ukraine on Friday after unveiling plans to build a "sand stadium" in the desert.

Poles apart: Petr Jiracek's goal puts Poland out of their own tournament

Jiracek strike breaks Polish hearts

Czech Republic 1 Poland 0: Nerves consume co-hosts as chances go begging and Czechs go through as group winners

Greece keep Euro dream alive as Russia are dumped out

Greece 1 Russia 0

Jiracek sends co-hosts Poland crashing out

Czech Republic 1 Poland 0

Euro 2012 Diary: Czech fans set to take over Wroclaw

As joint hosts, Poland would probably have expected a sizable home advantage for each of their matches during the competition, with thousands of red and white-clad folk roaring them home. That may not be the case for Franciszek Smuda's side in tonight's group match against the Czech Republic, though.

Today at Euro 2012: Czech Republic v Poland and Greece v Russia

Czech Republic v Poland

Russian FA considering response to 'severe' Uefa punishment over crowd trouble

The Football Union of Russia have vowed to do everything possible to escape the "severe" punishment imposed on them over the behaviour of their fans at the European Championship.

Way to get ahead: Lescott rises to score against France

On me 'ead son: Why are so many headers being scored at Euro 2012?

A 'true' ball, certain sides – not just England – defending deep and fifth officials watching for blocking has revived an old art

Alan Dzagoev’s CSKA Moscow contract ends in January

James Lawton: From horror of Beslan to the joy of having the world at his feet - the rise of Alan Dzagoev

Three goals in two games highlight why Russia's Alan Dzagoev is fast becoming a star of the show

Tomas Rosicky has ‘a 75 per cent chance’ of facing Poland

Republic are held in Czech by criticism from own supporters

Win, lose or draw at Euro 2012, the one thing the Czech Republic can count on is jeers and whistles from a section of fans who never seem satisfied with the players' performance.

Czech Republic coach Michal Bilek furious over boos directed at Milan Baros

Czech Republic coach Michal Bilek hit out at the fans that booed Milan Baros and himself during the 2-1 win over Greece in Wroclaw.

Czech midfielder Petr Jiracek (left) celebrates scoring the first goal
The Czech players celebrate their 2-1 victory

Victory over Greeks revives Czech challenge

Greece 1 Czech Republic 2

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