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Bert van Marwijk's side stumbled out of Euro 2012 at the group stage

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The former World No 1 lost after failing to make use of two match points

Caroline Wozniacki free to watch Rory while Aussies also disappear

Caroline Wozniacki, the former world No 1 who has been criticised in some quarters for a perceived lack of focus since beginning a relationship with the golfer Rory McIlroy, will be able to follow him at the Irish Open from today. The Dane lost her delayed first-round match against Austria's Tamira Paszek, last week's Eastbourne winner, 5-7, 7-6, 6-4. It was an inconsistent performance, familiar from much of Wozniacki's slide from the No 1 position in January to No 7 now.

Countries matter:
Club form is no guide to Euro 2012. So far, the top seven players in the 2011-12 Golden Boot have scored four goals between them and the most maligned of those players – Mario Gomez – has scored 75 per cent of them. The German's opportunism has been in sharp contrast to his display in the Champions League final.

Germany braced for 'Debt Derby' against Greece at Euro 2012

Greeks keen to eliminate nation they see as responsible for austerity back home

A disgruntled Arjen Robben lets his feelings show last night

Arjen Robben hints at Netherlands unrest after Euro 2012 exit

Holland winger Arjen Robben has hinted dressing room unrest undermined their Euro 2012 challenge which ended last night following a third successive defeat.

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Affair

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The Whispering Muse, By Sjón, trans. Victoria Cribb

Iceland's maverick storyteller returns with a cruise into legend.

Denmark v Portugal player ratings

Man-for-man marking from the Euro 2012 match at the Arena Lviv

<b>Nani:</b> Had an excellent game, attacking dangerously down the right and providing killer balls into the box including setting up Helder Postiga’s goal. 8<br/>
<b> Hélder Postiga:</b> Justified his selection with a much improved performance. Made clever runs in and around the box in particular to score his side’s second goal, neatly tucking in Nani’s driven cross. 7<br/>
<b>Cristiano Ronaldo:</b> Had a mixed game, giving a largely impressive and much improved performance. He looked extremely dangerous running from deep but was wasteful in front of goal, spurning several excellent chances to score. 7<br/>
<b>Best off the bench – Silvestre Varela (pictured): </b> Had an immediate impact, scoring the winning goal two minutes after coming on with great strike from inside the area. 7<br/>

Portugal coach Paulo Bento relieved after dramatic win against Denmark

Portugal coach Paulo Bento remains confident his side are on the right track after their late 3-2 win over Denmark in Lviv kept alive their hopes of qualifying from Group B.

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