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Nani plots Poland’s fall

Portugal’s experienced winger Nani says team unity is a key asset for the national team ahead of Thursday’s Euro 2016 quarterfinal against Poland.
The Portuguese have had their backs to the wall in the competition so far, with goals generally hard to come by, but the players have dug in and appear to be starting to come alive.
“We have shown camaraderie and that we are all rowing in the same direction,” Nani said at Tuesday’s news conference. “I can certainly say that for me, this is the best time in the national team for the group that we have.
“This has been one of the factors that has proved that we are much stronger than before and that we are in a good condition to go as far as possible.”
Portugal have gone from a team who squeezed into the last 16 after three consecutive draws in Group F to one that upset in-form Croatia, 1-0, in the last round.
Nani, who is playing in his third European Championship since making his senior international debut in 2006, has started every game in France, scoring twice.

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