Euro 2016 hosts France topped Group A on Sunday after drawing 0-0 against Switzerland.
Both teams qualified for the next round following the match in Lille. Meanwhile, a 1-0 win for Albania over Romania saw the Albanians come third in the group, with a chance of reaching the next stage as one of four third-place teams.
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France hit the woodwork three times – twice through Paul Pogba – in a game that saw the Swiss dominate possession. The host nation will now face a third-placed team in Lyon on Sunday while Switzerland will play the Group C’s second-placed team – likely to be Poland – in Saint-Etienne on Saturday.
Loret Sadiku scored Albania’s first goal of any European championship to put them in third place ahead of Romania.
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