England beats Wales 2-1 in Euro 2016
Substitute Daniel Sturridge has stabbed home a dramatic winner in stoppage time to steer England to a 2-1 win over Wales and top spot in their Euro 2016 group.
A goal down to Wales at half-time after Gareth Bale struck a wonderful free kick from 35 metres, England manager Roy Hodgson brought on forwards Sturridge and Jamie Vardy, whom many fans had wanted to see start the game, to replace the ineffectual Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane
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