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And finally… Don’t salute too soon

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France were just minutes away from qualifying for the European Under-21 Championships in 2015 after Layvin Kurzawa’s 86th minute strike put them ahead on away goals. Pride before a fall, though, his exuberant celebrations would come back to bite him. See the fall-out here…

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