FOOTBALL: Iceland through to Euro 2016 knockout stage
Iceland, the smallest nation at the European Championship, surprisingly qualified for the knockout stage after beating Austria 2-1 in Paris thanks to a stoppage-time winner by Arnor Ingvi Traustason.
Austria was eliminated after finishing in last place in Group F on one point.
Iceland's adventure in its first ever major tournament continues. After taking the lead through Jon Dadi Bodvarsson in the 18th minute, the tiny island country of barely 330,000 people was forced to defend for most of the second half and conceded a goal to Alessandro Schoepf in the 60th.
The Austrians dominated the final stages at the Stade de France but conceded a breakaway goal to substitute Traustason in the fourth minute of stoppage time.