PARIS – The Latest from soccer's European Championship (all times local):
UEFA will take no action against the Portuguese soccer federation for a fan running across the field to take a selfie with Cristiano Ronaldo.
The man evaded security lines to run across half the field from behind one goal at Parc des Princes after Portugal drew 0-0 with Austria on June 18. He found Ronaldo near the halfway line, and the Portugal forward gestured to security officials to stay back until the picture was taken.
UEFA says it "decided to close the proceedings" which had been opened against the Portuguese body for a "field invasion."
UEFA rules make federations responsible for fans' behavior fans inside a stadium.
On any given Sunday, a rested France team will play at the European Championship.
In tournament soccer where a team's matches typically come every four days, France's schedule is more like a club team.
On Sunday, June 19, France drew 0-0 with Switzerland to ensure first place in its group. That earned France a match against Ireland in the round of 16 exactly one week later. The hosts won 2-1. Next Sunday, France will return to Stade de France for a quarterfinal match against either England or Iceland.