Euro 2016 is not even a week old but history is already being made. Tuesday saw Hungary, Austria, Iceland and Portugal all involved in high-octane clashes that lived up to their potential.
First up, Hungary beat arch-rivals and neighbours Austria 2-0 on their return to the tournament after 44 years.
Also, their goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly became the oldest and the first 40-year-old to play at the Euros. He also wore jogging pants which stole the show...
God bless Gabor Kiraly and those trackies. He becomes the oldest player to appear at the Euros. pic.twitter.com/iaKadgdMFP— Paddy Power (@paddypower) June 14, 2016
But this goal from Zoltan Stieber was the real showstopper...
Then came this goal from Euro debutants Iceland - deserved after a magical performance against Portugal (Cristiano Ronaldo mainly), to grab a 1-1 draw.
Gudmundsson'un harika asisti ve Birkir Bjarnason'un skoru 1-1'e getiren golü pic.twitter.com/oATcSyFpn0— Spor Gündemi (@sporgundemi01) June 14, 2016
Then came Pepe, and he was called a d*ck by England legend Gary Lineker, again. This time a gigantic d*ck. It's for valid reason as well - his scissor-hold-kick-took-down an opponent. A normal day in Pepe's life.
Pepe is a gigantic dick.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 14, 2016
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