How Iceland beat England and in Euro 2016
Iceland's European Championship last-16 win over England "stunned the world", as per safeguard Kari Arnason.
They will play has France in the quarter-last on Sunday after objectives from Ragnar Sigurdsson and Kolbeinn Sigthorsson thumped out England and constrained supervisor Roy Hodgson to leave.
Iceland, positioned 34th on the planet, were amazement qualifiers for what is their first worldwide competition.
"We as a whole accepted. Whatever is left of the world didn't yet we did," said Arnason.
Iceland's populace is only 329,000 - relatively few more than live in Coventry and right around 10 times less than Wales - and it is trusted 8% of those are in France taking after their side.
The island country, which has no expert clubs, positioned 131st on the planet amid the last European Championships four years back.
"This is point of fact the greatest result in Icelandic football history. We've stunned the world," included Arnason.
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Iceland beat England
Iceland protector Sigurdsson, 29, blamed England for smugness against a side who had effectively held Portugal and Hungary and beaten Austria amid the gathering stage.
"They thought this would be a stroll in the recreation center however we had confidence in our capacity," Sigurdsson said.
"It went well. We didn't feel that England made any odds. We were simply heading ceaselessly long balls. I wasn't focused in the second half."
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