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Dimitri PAYET

Dimitri Payet - France - Euro 2016. Losing team in final.

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Date: 10 June 2016

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    • POSITION
      Milieu offensif/Ailier
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Sunday, 29 March 1987
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Saint Pierre, France.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • France
  • CLUBS
  • Lille (LOSC Lille)
    • Club Career Dates
      2011 - 2013
    • League Debut
      6th. August 2011 against AS Nancy-Lorra in 1-1 draw.
    • Club Career
      129 League games 18 goals.
  • West Ham United
    • Club Career Dates
      2015-2017
    • League Debut
      Sunday 9th August 2015 in a 2-0 win at Arsenal.
    • Club Career
      48 League games 11 goals.
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Dimitri PAYET - France - Euro 2016. Losing team in final.

2016 European Football Championship Finals. France. EURO 2016.

 

THE FINAL.


France (0) v (1) Portugal.  AET (Éder 109 m). Stade de France, Saint-Denis 10/07/2016.

France:

1. Hugo Lloris (G)(C), 3. Patrice Evra, 7. Antoine Griezmann,

8. Dimitri Payet (20. Kingsley Coman 58 min), 9. Olivier Giroud (10. André-Pierre Gignac 78 min),

14. Blaise Matuidi, 15. Paul Pogba, 18. Moussa Sissoko (11. Anthony Martial 110 min)

19. Bacary Sagna, 21. Laurent Koscielny, 22. Samuel Umtiti.

Portugal:

1. Rui Patrício (GK), 3. Pepe, 4. José Fonte, 5. Raphaël Guerreiro,

7. Cristiano Ronaldo (C) (20. Ricardo Quaresma 25 min), 10. João Mário,  14. William Carvalho,
16. Renato Sanches (9. Éder 79 min), 17. Nani, 21. Cédric, 23. Adrien Silva (8. João Moutinho 66 min).

 

SEMI FINAL.

 

France (2) v (0) Germany. (Griezmann 47m & 72 m). Stade Vélodrome, Marseille. Att: 64,078.

France:

1. Hugo Lloris (G)(C), 3. Patrice Evra, 7. Antoine Griezmann (6. Yohan Cabaye 92 min),

8. Dimitri Payet (5. N'Golo Kanté 71 min), 9. Olivier Giroud (10. André-Pierre Gignac 78 min), 14. Blaise Matuidi, 15. Paul Pogba,

18. Moussa Sissoko, 19. Bacary Sagna, 21. Laurent Koscielny, 22. Samuel Umtiti.

Germany:

1. Manuel Neuer (GK) (C), 3. Jonas Hector, 4. Benedikt Höwedes, 7. Bastian Schweinsteiger (20. Leroy Sané 79 min)

8. Mesut Özil,  11. Julian Draxler,  13.Thomas Müller, 14. Emre Can (19. Mario Götze 67 min),

17. Jérôme Boateng (2. Shkodran Mustafi  61 min), 18. Toni Kroos,  21. Joshua Kimmich.

 

 

QUARTER FINAL.

France (5) v (2) Iceland. (Giroud 12m & 59m, Pogba 20m, Payet 43m, Griezmann 45m, Sigthórsson 56m, B. Bjarnason 84m).

Stade de France, Saint-Denis.  03/07/2016.

France:

1. Hugo Lloris (G)(C), 3. Patrice Evra, 7. Antoine Griezmann, 8. Dimitri Payet (20. Kingsley Coman 80 min),

9. Olivier Giroud (10. Pierre Gignac 73 min), 14. Blaise Matuidi, 15. Paul Pogba, 18. Moussa Sissok,

19. Bacary Sagna, 21. Laurent Koscielny (13. Eliaquim Mangala 21 min), 22. Samuel Umtiti.

Iceland:

1.  Hannes Þór Halldórsson (GK), 2. Birkir Már Sævarsson, 6. Ragnar Sigurðsson, 7. Jóhann Berg Guðmundsson,
8.  Birkir Bjarnason, 9. Kolbeinn Sigþórsson (22. Eiður Guðjohnsen 83 min), 10. Gylfi Sigurðsson,

14. Kári Árnason  (11. Alfreð Finnbogason 46 min),  15. Jón Daði Böðvarsson  (5. Sverrir Ingi Ingason 46 min)

17. Aron Gunnarsson (C), 23. Ari Freyr Skúlason.

 

ROUND OF 16.  Knock out phase.

 

France (2) v (1) Ireland. (R. Brady 2m, Griezmann 58m & 61m). Stade de Lyon, Lyon. 22/06/2016.

France:

1. Hugo Lloris (G)(C), 3. Patrice Evra, 4. Adil Rami, 5. N'Golo Kanté (20. Kingsley Coman 46 min then 18. Moussa Sissoko 90+3 min),

7. Antoine Griezmann, 8. Dimitri Payet, 9. Olivier Giroud (10. Pierre Gignac  73 min), 14. Blaise Matuidi, 15. Paul Pogba,

19. Bacary Sagna, 21. Laurent Koscielny.

Ireland:

23. Darren Randolph (GK), 2. Séamus Coleman (C), 5. Richard Keogh, 9. Shane Long,

8. James McCarthy (20. Wes Hoolahan 71 min), 11. James McClean, 12. Shane Duffy,

13. Jeff Hendrick (4. John O'Shea 68 min), 17. Stephen Ward, 19. Robbie Brady,

21. Daryl Murphy (14. Jonathan Walters 65 min).

  

GROUP A.


France (0) v (0) Switzerland.  Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lens. Att.  45,616. 19/06/2016.

France:
1. Hugo Lloris (G)(C), 3. Patrice Evra, 4. Adil Rami, 6. Yohan Cabaye, 7. Antoine Griezman (14. Blaise Matuidi 77 min)

10. Pierre Gignac, 15. Paul Pogba, 18. Moussa Sissoko, 19. Bacary Sagna,
20. Kingsley Coman (8. Dimitri Payet 63 min), 21. Laurent Koscielny.

 
Switzerland.

1. Yann Sommer (GK), 2. Stephan Lichtsteiner (C), 7. Breel Embolo (9. Haris Seferović 74 min), 

10. Granit Xhaka, 11. Valon Behrami, 13. Ricardo Rodríguez, 15. Blerim Džemaili, 18. Admir Mehmedi (6. Michael Lang 86 min),

20. Johan Djourou, 22. Fabian Schär, 23. Xherdan Shaqiri (16. Gélson Fernandes 79 min).

 

France (2) v (0) Albania. (Griezmann  90m, Payet 90+6m). Stade Vélodrome, Marseille.  Att. 63,670. 15/06/16.

France:
1. Hugo Lloris (G)(C), 3. Patrice Evra, 4. Adil Rami, 5. N'Golo Kanté, 8. Dimitri Payet,

9. Olivier Giroud (10 Pierre Gignac 77 min), 11. Anthony Martial (15. Paul Pogba 46 min), 14. Blaise Matuidi,,
19. Bacary Sagna, 20. Kingsley Coman (7. Antoine Griezmann 68 min), 21. Laurent Koscielny.

Albania:

1. Etrit Berisha (GK), 2. Andi Lila  (21. Odise Roshi 71 min), 3. Ermir Lenjani, 4. Elseid Hysaj, 7. Ansi Agolli (C),
9. Ledian Memushaj, 10. Armando Sadiku, 13. Burim Kukeli (14. Taulant Xhaka 74 min), 15. Mërgim Mavraj,

18. Arlind Ajeti (6. Freddie Veseli 85 min), 22. Amir Abrashi.

 

France (2) v (1) Rumania. (Giroud 57m, Payet 89m, Stancu 65m pen.) Stade de France, St. Denis, France. 10/06/2016.

France:
1. Hugo Lloris (G)(C), 3. Patrice Evra, 4. Adil Rami, 5. N'Golo Kanté, 7. Antoine Griezmann (20. Kingsley Coman 66 min),

8. Dimitri Payet (18. Moussa Sissoko 90 min), 9. Olivier Giroud, 14. Blaise Matuidi, 15. Paul Pogba (11. Anthony Martial 77 min),
19. Bacary Sagna, 21. Laurent Koscielny.

Rumania:

12.Ciprian Tătăruşanu (G), 3. Raţ Răzvan, 5. Ovidiu Hoban, 6. Vlad Chiricheş (C), 8. Mihai Pintilii,

10. Nicolae Stanciu (7. Alexandru Chipciu 72 min), 14. Florin Andone (9. Denis Alibec 61 min), 19. Bogdan Stancu, 

20. Adrian Popa (11. Gabriel Torje 82 min), 21. Dragoş Grigore, 22. Cristian Săpunaru.