A Fan Screwed Up And Now Has To Wear A Wales Onesie For The Rest Of Euro 2016

Like something out of a cheesy coming of age flick, a 19-year-old Wales fan has been reduced to wearing a onesie for the remainder of his Euro 2016 experience after forgetting his luggage on a train.

Owen Midha, from Swansea, is the unfortunate soul you see pictured above, and here’s how he described his unfortunate situation: 

"I managed to lose my bags on the train here and my good friend Luke lent me this.”

Spain Becomes The First Team At Euro 2016 To Score More Than 2 Goals

Considering the game preceding this one had to be temporarily halted because fans threw flares onto the field, Spain vs. Turkey was a little tame. Spain became the first team at Euro 2016 to score three or more goals. This was also the first game that with a more than one goal difference 87 minutes in.

Croatian Fans Threw Flares Onto The Field During Croatia vs. Czech Republic

First, our becoming-standard and too-often-used disclaimer for negative stories about fans at Euro 2016: not all Croatians. But, some Croatians. Croatia were playing really well and up 2-1 against the Czech Republic Friday when a group of Croatian fans thought it would be cool to bombard the field with flares.

It was not cool.

Payet's Moment Of Brilliance Saves The Host Country

In case you missed it here is the stunner from Dimitri Payet. It was evident from the opening ceremony how much this game and tournament was going to mean to the French players. Tears of pure joy falling down Payet's face is all you need to see to know the meaning of his goal. Romania fought hard as they tied the game up with a penalty in the second half but the French were still searching for a goal and 3 points as regulation end neared.

Northern Ireland Get Their First Ever Victory At European Championships

Nothern Ireland got their first ever victory in the European Championships after defeating Ukraine 2-0. Gareth McAuley scored the first goal in a major championship for Green and White Army since 1986. It was an odd match, as there was a match delay due to 'adverse weather conditions'. Heavy rain turned to hail, but I'm sure it was nothing Northern Ireland and Ukrainian players couldn't handle. It was an odd decision by the referee as the delay only lasted 5 or so minutes, but it didn't cool down the lads from Northern Ireland. Here are the highlights of the match via twitter:

England Come From Behind To Beat Wales 2-1 In A Match That Defied History

It was all so close to going gloriously, pathetically, predictably wrong for England. They put in a first half against Wales that was reminiscent of everything that England had ever done wrong in the past: there was talent on the field, more talent than the opposition, but England not only couldn’t get ahead, they found themselves behind. When Gareth Bale sent in his deep, deep free-kick past Joe hart, who maybe should have done better, it seemed like history was doomed to repeat itself.

Gareth Bale Can Lead Wales To Victory Over England

Gareth Bale is already a better leader and winner at 26, than Wayne Rooney has ever been in his almost fifteen year career. That, along with a few other reasons is exactly why Wales will beat England tomorrow.

Bale Wins More On UEFA’s Big Stage:

Gareth Bale has already won two Champions League trophies at Real Madrid. Bale is only 26 and is just about to hit his prime on a Galacticos team that will only continue to spend and remain competitive in the years to come.