EURO 2016: Team of the Group Stage

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Northern Ireland goalkeeper Michael McGovern has made 16 saves in three matches. Photo: AP
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Croatia skipper Darijo Srna flew home after his father's death and returned the next day to start against Czech Republic. Photo: AP
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Germany is yet to concede a goal and that is largely due to Jerome Boateng's presence at centre-back. Photo: AP
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Poland centre-back Kamil Glik (15) has been instrumental in Poland's perfect defensive record. Photo: REUTERS
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Part of Italy's 'Juventus' backline, Leonardo Bonucci has hardly given a sniff to opposition attackers. Photo: REUTERS
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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
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Gareth Bale may have stolen the headlines but Aaron Ramsey remains equally important to Wales, scoring once and providing two assists. Photo: REUTERS
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Ivan Perisic has been Croatia's most effective player with two goals to his name including the late winner against Spain. Photo: AP
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Dimitri Payet has carried his Premier League form onto the international stage and has become France's leading light. Photo: Getty Images
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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
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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
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