EURO 2016: Team of the Group Stage

Northern Ireland goalkeeper Michael McGovern has made 16 saves in three matches. Photo: AP
Croatia skipper Darijo Srna flew home after his father's death and returned the next day to start against Czech Republic. Photo: AP
Germany is yet to concede a goal and that is largely due to Jerome Boateng's presence at centre-back. Photo: AP
Poland centre-back Kamil Glik (15) has been instrumental in Poland's perfect defensive record. Photo: REUTERS
Part of Italy's 'Juventus' backline, Leonardo Bonucci has hardly given a sniff to opposition attackers. Photo: REUTERS
England's best player at the Euros so far, Eric Dier has screened the back four without the slightest fuss while offering a threat from set pieces. Photo: AP
Gareth Bale may have stolen the headlines but Aaron Ramsey remains equally important to Wales, scoring once and providing two assists. Photo: REUTERS
Ivan Perisic has been Croatia's most effective player with two goals to his name including the late winner against Spain. Photo: AP
Dimitri Payet has carried his Premier League form onto the international stage and has become France's leading light. Photo: Getty Images
The player of the tournament so far, Gareth Bale has grabbed the Euro 2016 by the scruff of its neck and has scored in all three group stage matches. Photo: REUTERS
The joint top-scorer alongside Gareth Bale, Alvaro Morata had led line brilliantly for Spain and will be its number 9 for the years to come. Photo: REUTERS