UEFA has announced its official Euro 2016 Team of the Tournament, with six of the 11 names from finalists Portugal (4) and France (2).
Goalkeeper Rui Patricio, defenders Pepe and Raphael Guerreiro and forward Cristiano Ronaldo are all in the XI, while Dimitri Payet and Antoine Griezmann take their place for the hosts.
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Wales’ Joe Allen and Aaron Ramsey made the midfield — though there was no place for Gareth Bale — while Germany have three representatives in Toni Kroos and defenders Joshua Kimmich and Jerome Boateng.