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The UEFA Euro 2016 Final was the final match of Euro 2016, the fifteenth edition of the European Football Championship.The match was played at the Stade de France in Paris, France, on 10 July 2016, and was contested by Portugal and France. The final took place in front of 75,868 spectators and was refereed by English official Mark Clattenburg. Midway through the first half, Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo was taken off the pitch on a stretcher injured and was replaced by Ricardo Quaresma, leaving Nani playing alone upfront. Despite opportunities to score for both sides, regular time ended O-O and the match went into extra time. Portugal took the lead through Eder: his low shot from 25 yards (23 m) beat France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris. After two minutes of stoppage time, the final whistle was blown and Portugal won the match,to claim their first major tournament title.