France forward Antoine Griezmann was named player of the tournament after leading the euro 2016 hosts to Sunday’s final where they lost to Portugal in extra time.The 25-year-old was the tournament’s top scorer with six goals more than any player at one European championship since Michel Platini hit nine in France’s 1984-winning campaign on home soil. The Atletico Madrid striker, who also provided two assists, scored both of France’s goals in their 2-0 semi-final win over Germany and winners against Albania in the group stage and Ireland in the round of 16. Goalkeeper of the tournament was given to Rui Patricio of Portugal.
Defenders of the tournament were Joshua Kimmich and Jerome Boateng from Germany, Pepe and Raphael from Portugal.
Midfielders were Toni Kroos from Germany, Joe Allen from Wales, Antoine Griezmann from France, Aaron Ramsey from Wales and Dmitri Payet from France. On the forward side Cristiano Ronaldo was the only player named in the group.