World Cup hero Kylian Mbappe misses from the spot as the world champions bow out in an incredible match in Bucharest.

France are out of the European Championships, and it was their star player Kylian Mbappe who missed the penalty kick in the shootout.
Switzerland eliminated the World Cup champions 5-4 in the shootout after a 3-3 draw on Monday (Tuesday NZT) in the round of 16.
The Swiss will next play Spain in the quarterfinals in St Petersburg on Friday (Saturday NZT).
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Switzerland goalkeeper Yann Sommer, who left the team during the group stage to be with his wife for the birth of their daughter, made the decisive safe on the 10th penalty after the previous nine had all been successful.
Swiss players celebrate in front of their fans after they beat France 5-4 in a shootout to reach the Euro 2020 quarterfinals.
It was the third game in the round of 16 game to go to extra time but the first to be decided by penalties.
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Adrien Rabiot and Olivier Giroud look dejected after team-mate Kylian Mbappes missed penalty saw France bow out.
Switzerland substitute Mario Gavranovic forced extra time with a 90th minute equaliser.
Switzerland’s Mario Gavranovic fires in a dramatic late leveller to send their Euro 2020 last 16 tie with France to extra time.
Haris Seferovic put Switzerland in the lead with a header in the 15th minute as France struggled to work themselves into the game.
Switzerland striker, centre, Haris Seferovic gives the underdogs hope with a powerful header with nine minutes remaining.
But that all changed early in the second half when the Swiss were awarded a penalty.
France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, the team’s captain, made the save from Ricardo Rodríguez in the 55th minute and woke up the French.
France midfielder Paul Pogba watches his stunning strike nestle into the top corner of Swiss keeper Yann Sommer’s goal.
Karim Benzema scored once in the 57th minute and again two minutes later to give France the lead.
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Haris Seferovic celebrates with team-mate Granit Xhaka after giving Switzerland an early lead over France in Bucharest.
Paul Pogba made it 3-1 with 15 minutes to go with a right-foot shot from 20 metres and it looked like the game was out of reach for the Swiss.
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Frances Kylian Mbappe goes down in the penalty area as the world champions toiled against Switzerland in Bucharest.
But just as quickly as France had taken over the game, they let it go again.
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Karim Benzema gets a hug from team-mate Kylian Mbappe after his double seemed to turn the game in Frances favour.
Seferovic scored another header in the 81st minute and Gavranovi made it 3-3 with only seconds remaining.
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Ricardo Rodriguez misses the chance to put the Swiss 2-0 up from the spot after his penalty was saved by Hugo Lloris.
Switzerland’s Steven Zuber is brought down by France’s Benjamin Pavard for a penalty awarded after a long VAR check.