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After managing just one goal, France have crashed out of Euro 2008 at the expense of current world champions Italy. See how that’s changed the outright betting here.

Germany coach Joachim Low will have to watch his de’s quarter-final tie against Portugal from the stands, after he lost his appeal against his sending-off in the 1-0 win over Austria.

Low and Austrian counterpart Josef Hickersberger were dismissed from the dugout by referee Manuel Mejuto Gonzalez five minutes before half-time after a disagreement between the two managers and the fourth official by the technical areas.

Uefa’s disciplinary commission has handed Low a one-match ban, while Hickersberger is also believed to have been dealt the same fate.

Low said in a statement on the German Football Federation’s official website: “I have to acknowledge Uefa’s decision and would not like to comment on it. Naturally I’m extremely disappointed.”

After managing just one goal, France have crashed out of Euro 2008 at the expense of current world champions Italy. See how that’s changed the outright betting here.

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