There has been no shortage of intrigue over the first couple of weeks of Euro 2016. Spain's defeat to Croatia and England's failure to knock down Slovakia's defence finds the five pre-tournament favourites -- Spain and England plus Germany, Italy and France -- fighting for two semi-final spots.
We have also seen a variety of players hit the ground running and show top form, while others have struggled. That's the nature of tournament football and, for some, the road has already come to an end. Others still remain, underperforming but carried by their teammates, with a chance for redemption.