Austria captain Christian Fuchs has announced his retirement from international football following the team's exit from Euro 2016.
The Leicester defender announced in a video on his Facebook page that the 78th cap he won in the team's defeat to Iceland in their final Group F match would be his last.
"I want to let you know that the game against Iceland was my last in red-white-red," said the 30-year-old.
"I am very proud of the 10 years that I have spent with the national team. I did everything with passion and, as I said, I am very, very proud."
Fuchs joined Leicester from Schalke at the start of last season, playing a key role in their remarkable Premier League title triumph.
Austria disappointed in France, finishing bottom of their pool with just one point from three games.
A long history of failure has led to a culture of fear that is undermining England at major tournaments, according to Steven Gerrard.Read the full story ›
British tennis player Marcus Willis' first appearance on Wimbledon's Centre Court will see him take on Roger Federer in the last match on court.
Willis, ranked 772nd in the world, beat world number 54 Ricardas Berankis on Monday booking his second round clash with the Swiss.
He came close to quitting tennis earlier in the year, but his girlfriend, Jenny, convinced him to give it another go.
Rain saw a number of matches postponed on Tuesday, including that of Brit Heather Watson who was due to take on Annika Beck.
Speaking to ITV News, Dyke said everyone in the England camp was 'distraught and deeply upset ' at the team's early exit from Euro 2016.Read the full story ›
Wayne Rooney has issued a statement denying reports that senior England players lost faith in Roy Hodgson's judgement during Euro 2016.
In response to recent media reports, I’d like to say that is completely untrue.
"On behalf of the players, we completely supported the England manager but we understand his reasons for stepping down.
"We had absolute faith in the build-up and throughout the tournament.”
Andy Murray got his Wimbledon campaign off to the perfect start with a comfortable straight sets win over fellow Brit Liam Broady.Read the full story ›
Roy Hodgson says he has been left "fragile" by defeat to Iceland but insists that England's young team will recover under new management.Read the full story ›
No drama for Andy Murray on day two of Wimbledon as he takes the third set 6-4 at Centre Court to record a comfortable straight sets victory over fellow Brit Liam Broady.
Full report to follow.
Paris Saint-Germain have confirmed that former Sevilla manager Unai Emery will succeed the sacked Laurent Blanc on a two-year contract.
A more spirited showing from Liam Broady, but Andy Murray has nevertheless taken the second set 6-3 in relative comfort on Centre Court and now leads 2-0.
So far, so good for the world No 2.