France vs. Iceland  5 - 2

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90' +2 Sissoko is found on the right flank, before pinging a diagonal pass into Gignac. The substitute dances infield and picks out Griezmann, but a shot from the diminutive striker is blocked easily. The resulting corner is taken by Coman, but he takes it short into Mangala.
90' Griezmann runs into trouble on the edge of the penalty area, with France's forwards looking a little bit leggy at this point. There are two minutes of stoppage time at Stade de France.
88' Close for Ingason! The substitute takes a corner delivery off the foot of Gudjohnsen, who probably would have been able to lash home a close-range finish without his team-mate's intervention. France still are very much in a contest here.
86' Sissoko is found haring down the right-hand side, but the ex-Toulouse midfielder can only blaze horrendously over the crossbar from a tight angle. France are still looking for another goal. Moments later, Mangala has to step in to deny a fantastic cross from Saevarsson.
84' B. Bjarnason has scored a goal for Iceland! Assist by A. Skúlason.
Skulason clips in a cross from the left, which his team-mate can't help but coax home.
GOOOOOOOOAL! B. BJARNASON HEADS HOME! That makes it 5-2, this Iceland side just don't know when they are truly beaten. A cross comes in from the left-hand side, which the long-haired midfielder nods just beyond the dive of Lloris.
83' E. Guðjohnsen enters the game and replaces K. Sigþórsson.
Sigthorsson jogs off, with Lagerback giving talismanic striker Gudjohnsen a run out.
82' We're into the final 10 minutes in Paris, but Iceland's fans are still making a lot of noise. Lagerback's men can be proud of their tournament showing, but they really have been truly outclassed tonight in the French capital.
80' K. Coman enters the game and replaces D. Payet.
Coman comes into the game for France, with Payet taking his leave following another productive evening.
79' The trailing side are still working very hard indeed to ensure that they aren't embarrassed by Les Bleus. B. Bjarnason is released down the left-hand side and whips in a cross, but Sagna rises above Gudmundsson to head clear. Skulason picks up the scraps, but then loses out to Sissoko.
77' Iceland don't look to be able to mount any kind of big come-back, with Lagerback's half-time changes not turning his side into a more potent offensive machine. France still look as though they want to send their fans home smiling with another goal this evening.
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