In the final part of our Premier League Review, we track Joe Allen’s Christlike career progression from footballing death to divine resurrection.
Helping to get you through the unbearable monotony of the international break, here are some magnificent goooooals!
Belgium have the better players but Wales look to have the more coherent structure. Marc Wilmots' side are clear favourites, but Euro 2016 has been a tournament in which the team has tended to overcome the individual.
Ahead of Euro 2016, both Wales and Northern Ireland would probably have seen qualification for the knockout rounds as a good showing. Now, however, one of them is going to top that and reach the last eight.
Other highlights include Joe Allen’s rendition of The Real Slim Shady, and Simon Mignolet murdering Gangsta’s Paradise.
Either the team have found inner mindfulness thinking about Joe Allen, or he’s started up some sort of cult.
In a tangible sense, very little. Thankfully, Klopp’s worth goes far beyond the tangible.